Happy Cow Appreciation Day!
Go forth and celebrate cow in 3 ways with a pastrami topped Cheeseburger!
Go forth and celebrate cow in 3 ways with a pastrami topped Cheeseburger!This one is from The Hat in Lake Forest, CA. They’ve been serving world famous pastrami since 1951!
Be sure to say “Thank you Cow. I love you.”
Today you learned that Cow Appreciation Day is a real thing. For more food holidays, check out the Ultimate Food Holiday Foodie Calendar!
Do you remember Idle Hands Bar?
It was a pretty awesome basement bar in the East Village of NYC with a MASSIVE collection of bourbon. It was also known for its unique craft beer program with specialty beers, Slayer beer pairings, recording setting tap takeovers and it was GWAR’s fave bar in NYC.
Yours truly was one of the owners.
You know who remembers? The Beer Friends. They recently asked me to join them on their podcast to talk about Idle Hands Bar.
We talk about all the above as well as how the proliferation of craft beer has affected NYC, ways in which a small bar can out market its local competitors.
Click to listen above or check out the post on the Beer Friends Radio website.
On the show, we also talk about the history of the Good Beer Passport. The Good Beer Passport gets you 42 craft beers at 42 different bars, breweries, beer stores & restaurants all over the NYC area. You can use it any day, any time from July 1 through Labor Day!
Click here to get your Good Beer Passport now!
Update: Right after I published this blog post, I received the following email from Google My Business. The bar hasn’t been open since 2015 and still gets this kind of activity from search.
Here are some examples of the crazier things (some mentioned in the podcast) that used to happen at Idle Hands Bar.
Posted in Beer, East Village, New York
Tagged beastie boys beer pairing, beer, beer friends, best bar nyc, bourbon, craft beer, good beer passport, idle hands bar, nyc, podcast, rev ciancio
The new Hot Chicken Sandwich from White Castle is two things: it is both hot and delicious.
But seriously, unless you’re a hot head, tread carefully.
It’s Nashville hot!
Hattie B’s Hot Chicken – that right there is some of the best darn fried chicken I’ve ever had.
Wishing you had known in advance today was very special day for food lovers? You need the Ultimate Foodie Holiday Calendar!
You can choose to download it as a spreadsheet or you can simple click to follow it as a google calendar. Once you’ve done that, it’s easy to have it pop right into the calendar app on your phone.
Then you’ll never miss a food holiday again. Like National Blueberry Muffin day (July 11), National Macaroni and Cheese Day (July 14) or National Hot Dog Day (July 19)! .
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Have you ever done a Google search for “best pizza near me” or in a specific city or neighborhood? Did your favorite pizza place come up in the top three?
If you own a restaurant, have you tried this for your business? Were the results were what you wanted or expected?
More importantly do you want to know how Google search works and how businesses get into the top three? Check out an interview I did with Bruce from Smart Pizza Marketing.
I break down exactly how local search works and what you need to do to have your restaurant come up in the top result.
By the way, if you’re looking for the best pizza in the East Village, check out Tramonti..La Pizza!
Posted in East Village, New York, pizza
Tagged east village, hospitality marketing, local search, local seo, nyc, Pizza, podcast, smart pizza marketing, tramonti
Let’s get outside and eat some Cheeseburgers … between a grilled cheese sandwich.
If you don’t have a backyard or a spot to BBQ, find a spot like Lutze Biergarten in Jersey City and enjoy the sunshine!
MUST EAT SAMMICH ALERT!
The triple thick brown sugar bacon roast beef from Arby’s is soooo good. I suggest ordering 2;
- 1 to eat
- 1 to snuggle with.
And don’t you dare skip out on those curlies!
The DEN Shack, served exclusively at the Tokyo, Japan, Meiji, Jingu Gaien Shake Shack, made an appearance at the orignal Madison Square Park Shake Shack location.
Chef Zaiyu Hasegawa was on hand to share it with us local Burger fanatics.
It’s is an all-natural 100% Angus beef burger topped with applewood-smoked bacon, DEN miso ShackSauce, sansho pepper and house-pickled cucumbers.
And it was AWESOME!