Archive for the ‘Restaurants’ Category

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A classic restaurant, bar, caterers, and picnic item… Boxxle

Being asked if I’d consider Boxxle, I had no clue what it was or that it even existed, so I curiously said, “Sure.” When it arrived, I thought, “What a great restaurant, bar, caterer or picnic item!” And, I’m hooked. Restaurants, bars, and caterers For people in restaurants and bars… Remember me? I’m the one […]

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Once you’ve gone European… Kenwood Restaurant meets the standards

If you’ve traveled abroad, you know that a restaurant table is yours for the taking. Nothing is rushed; and if you are, it’s because the restaurant wants you to leave. Check out the film “A Good Year…” From the movie notes: London-based Investment expert Max Skinner (Crowe) moves to Provence to sell a small vineyard […]

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Customer service PR lessons; the good, bad, and the ugly ~ Part 2

Today’s part of this two part story is about the good…. Culinary customer service at its worst… Yesterday’s blog post was about customer service at its best. RECAP Jose and I recently went to the Asheville, North Carolina, area to visit my daughter Katie, son-in-law Ray, and our two grandsons; Jonathan (14 years old) and Nate […]

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Customer service PR lessons; the good, bad, and the ugly ~ Part 1

Today’s part of this two part story is about the good…. Culinary customer service at its best… Who thought when I’d visit my kids I’d end up with a customer service story. Proving… you can take the wine PR person out of wine country, but you can’t take the PR out of the wine person. And […]

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Can you send your review to me about my wine, so I can market myself?

Ronn offers a stellar wine program…

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How do you consider the three-tier system in the wine world of the US to be functioning?

Through NAWR Associate Membership, individuals and businesses that may not be retailers, may be just starting out as wine retailers or may merely support the principles that guide NAWR can join with liked mined concerns in supporting NAWR goals.