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Creative Spirits & Casual Dining

Posted by baronbank55 on 25 Points
Need a creative way to say that we will serve great creative drinks and casual dining but not so casual that middle to upper class wont want to go and enjoy a good and creative meal. Need this in four words.

  • Posted by Jay Hamilton-Roth on Member
    What's the name of your restaurant? It would help to know to ensure we don't duplicate any keywords.
  • Posted by chiron34 on Member
    Is your restaurant permanently themed by cuisine, eg, Thai, Middle Eastern, Brazil, etc? Does your business depend upon foot traffic passing or are you a destination restaurant?
  • Posted by chiron34 on Member
    Another influential point about your marketing strategy comes to mind. You have used the word 'creative' in both the bar menu and food menu context. Does this mean that you predominantly do not use traditional food recipes/cocktails, but have developed a unique range of restaurant products?
  • Posted by mgoodman on Moderator
    Who and where is your primary target audience? Are you sure they are seeking creativity when they choose a restaurant?
  • Posted by saul.dobney on Member
    Mixed Spirits and Meals

    To drink. To eat

    Appetites for adventure

    Aperos and Platers

    Flamboyant Drinks. Fine Fare

    Every mouthful matters / Mouthfuls to savor

    Vodkas and Vittles/ Gins and Great Grub

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