Walter Craft Caesar to raise funds for Second Harvest on National Caesar Day

Press Release On Thursday, May 14 Walter Craft Caesar and Paul Mason, also known as Fashion Santa, are teaming up to celebrate National Caesar Day and raise funds for Canada’s largest food rescue charity, Second Harvest. The organization uses direct delivery and its FoodRescue.ca online donation platform to redistribute nutritious food from donors across Canada to […]

Cheese Tea? How Instagram changes what we eat and drink

By Gregory Furgala Through its clear plastic cup, it looks like a latte, but with only one sip it’s very clear that it isn’t a latte. It’s salty, sweet and tangy. The head is thicker and heavier than the airy foam that crowns anything found in the typical coffee shop, but it’s cold and refreshing. […]

Instagram worthy fancy soft serve!

Not to be confused with the well-loved, time-tested curl-capped cone, this new trend of fancy flavoured upscale soft-serve is going main stream growing from its humble artisanal beginnings! These delicious flavour concoctions are the perfect receptacle for eye-catching toppings making them all the more Instagram worthy and shareable on social media! Now is the perfect […]

The dos and don’ts of online menu management

By Sean Beckingham For years, the relationships between restaurateurs, menu selections and hungry patrons remained mostly unchanged, various exceptions always included. Enter social media, an online voice of fandom, frustration and customer-on-keyboard justice; food photos, on-site selfies and reviews, both positive and scathing. Before the golden age of the Internet, consumers had to go in-house […]

How social media can help grow your brand

By Stephan Schulz Like many people, my first encounter with social media was through traditional news. Reports of major world news breaking through Twitter, or famous people posting about themselves caught my attention. Eventually, I was lured by the opportunity to showcase my work and I jumped into Twitter, then Instagram and LinkedIn. My success […]

Marketing for the size of your restaurant

By Jordan Knox Choosing the correct marketing vehicle for a restaurant can be a daunting task. With new social media platforms popping up regularly and conventional marketing becoming more specific, it is important to know how to effectively use both. Social media is most effective when the content is consistent, so focusing on one or […]

Why the latest social media trends may not benefit your business

By Sean Beckingham Social media applications today have a very similar story to the smartphones they find themselves downloaded onto: You finally learn how use it, you get used to its features and then three months later, a shiny newer version comes out with features both new and old. Meanwhile, popular photo sharing application Instagram […]

What new restaurants need to know about Instagram

By Kate Engineer For a new restaurant getting set to open, once you have the business name and logo developed, your next step should be signing up for an Instagram account to secure your name and begin connecting to your community. Here are some common questions about Instagram answered so you can get started on […]

Navigating the new space of social media ads: Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

By Sean Beckingham When almost everything we do is shared online and more hours are spent in front of a tablet or computer screen than TV, there’s never been a better time to advertise on social media. However, with the rapidly changing nature of these platforms, it’s hard to know where to begin and where […]

Seizing the marketing force of the millennial generation

By Jennifer Gausby During my recent travels to Portugal I visited a restaurant that encouraged me to forget about time. On the back of the menu was a note from the owner that read: “Please stop your watch. Seize the moment.” He then went on to quote Andy Warhol, who said: “The idea of waiting […]