How to Get More People to Talk About Your Restaurant

Get People To Talk About Your Restaurant

Getting people talking about your restaurant gets more people in the door.

More and more people are using the Internet to guide their decision making process.

From the things that they buy to the things that they do, people want to be informed before they make a decision to do, well, almost anything.

If you are using the Internet to promote your restaurant, you are probably already well aware of the powerful effect it can have on the success of your business.

The World Wide Web can help you increase your reach and your customer base by simply spreading the word, letting people know about your brand and what they can expect when they dine with you.

However, are you taking full advantage of the power of the Web?

The more people are talking about your restaurant on the Web, the more success you are going to have. (tweet this)

Call it a popularity contest, if you will, but hey, it does help to boost your business, and at the end of the day, that is all that really matters.

So, how can you get more people to talk about your restaurant so that you can enjoy more success?

Keep on reading for some simple, yet highly effective suggestions.

Something Different

No matter where your restaurant is located, chances are that you are just one that is floating in a sea of many. Make yours stand out from the crowd by offering something different.

How can you make your restaurant different and stand out from the rest?

Try offering a unique menu, a different form of entertainment, interesting décor. Infuse something different than your guests would experience anywhere else into your restaurant and you will leave a lasting imprint. (tweet this)

The more memorable the experience, the more people will talk about your establishment.

Host Special Events

The next tip for you is to host special events that will get people excited and get them talking about the experience they had at your restaurant.

During the holiday season, for example, consider hosting a holiday party. Have a live music night. Any event that would spark the curiosity of your guests will get them to talk more about you.

So, go ahead and take a look at next year’s calendar and start planning some special events to host at your restaurant.


The general public loves to be associated with establishments that give back to the community. Volunteer to serve food, free of charge, at a fundraiser. Organize your own fundraiser to give back to the community.

Don’t forget to advertise your business while you are showing your sense of community. Don’t overdo the advertising; wearing T-shirts that state the name of your restaurant or hanging up a banner will do a great deal of good and will get people talking about you.

Offer Promotions

People love to save money, or to get something for nothing. Promotions are a great way to get more people talking about your restaurant.

Host a special night where you offer a discounted price or offer a raffle that awards participants free meals and/or merchandise.


Blueberry Pancakes People Talking

People on Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram love yummy photos of food.

Social media is where it is at for marketing these days. If you aren’t making use of social media, you could be doing your restaurant a huge disservice. If you are using it, use it more!

Post updates regularly. Don’t just post for the sake of posting, but make sure those posts grab the attention of your targeted audience. New menu items, specials, events and pictures of your food – anything that will get your audience to interact with your restaurant.

The more likes, shares and comments you generate, the more buzz you will create.

The power of the spoken word is amazing. Try these simple tactics for getting more people to talk about your restaurant and you will be surprised by how much your business will be enhanced.

How are you creating a buzz about your business? Share your methods with us! We would love to hear about your experiences and your success.

Photos by Dominic Alves and Janine

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