Feastly is an event-based platform, so Facebook events are a natural fit. Also, Facebook events are a great way to get the word out about your pop-ups. Users can invite people and interact with them via the Events. Lastly, Facebook suggests Events based on user interest and/or location, making your meals fully discoverable.
The pop-up restaurant was once a temporary set-up for chefs in between restaurant jobs. However, it has become a mainstay in urban epicenters globally. Want to know how to open a pop-up restaurant yourself? That’s where we come in. For over three years, Feastly has been helping cooks to design pop-up concepts, build brands, and host thousands of adventurous diners in cities across the country. Using this guide as a starting point, you too can open a successful pop-up restaurant!
It goes without saying that the creation of any discount code should be done with an understanding of the potential loss in profit. But with the right planning and strategy, they can help you grow and make money by encouraging more sales and build lasting relationships with diners.
Want to know how to post early menus in order to sell your meals faster? This how-to about “to be decided” menu-writing will get you on the right path.
Hey Chefs! Want a tip for how to sell out your meals? We spend hours analyzing the hundreds of thousands of people that come to our site looking to purchase seats to a pop-up, and here’s some insider info:
People love using the pricing filter and those who use it are 100% more likely to book a meal. Importantly, 50% of those users click on the “Under 35” filter – 3X as many as click on any of the others.
It’s the digital age, so everyone takes pictures of their food…because if you didn’t post it, it didn’t happen, right? We sat down with two professional food photographers to find out how amateur shutterbugs can expertly document runny egg yolks or a perfectly swirled dollop of whipped cream.
“As a chef, marketing meals in the modern world is a complicated process. Over the years we’ve worked with thousands of chefs, and as result we’ve been able to distill some key learnings and paths to success. Our goal is not only to help you sell meals, but to help you grow your brand and achieve whatever goals you have for yourself. In this first installation of our webinar series, we talk about building a feedback loop in order to grow an audience and work efficiently, and how to leverage some key features of social media channels to sell your events out in advance.
There’s lots of information here, but if you take the time to read and implement it into your own efforts, we are confident it will yield results.”