San Francisco Restaurant Gets Twitter

Filed in Small Biz Marketing, Social Media by Matt McGee on April 19, 2009 8 Comments

Luna Park Kitchen & Cocktails in San Francisco just joined Twitter this month, and is already on its way to figuring out how to use Twitter to bring more bodies inside and sell more food/drinks:


(Here’s the original tweet.)

This is great stuff. I love to see small businesses doing things like this. It’s right in line with what BakerTweet and Kogi Korean BBQ are doing.

Anyone have more cool examples of small businesses successfully using Twitter? Comments are open.

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  1. David Mihm says:

    The NY Times had a great article on Twitter on Friday & highlighted the example of a massage parlor in San Francisco who was using it to fill empty space for day-of reservations. Pretty cool.

  2. Matt McGee says:

    Great article, and the massage parlor thing is just a little part of it — thx DM. I missed that on Friday. Added it to my delicious bookmarks.

  3. This one’s about a local coffee shop using Twitter to create more walkin traffic, even hosted a Tweetup.

    This links to a post about a small pizza parlor using Facebook, Twitter, & video to promote special deals.

  4. Jesse:

    Great links. thanks so much.


  5. Pelle says:

    Amazing when Twitter makes such an impact on small businesses! The Twitter-revolution has only begun to show.

  6. Lee Gientke says:

    A couple restaurants in utah get twitter and do it well –

    @bevalocoffeeSLC and @blue_lemon are great examples. Blue_lemon is new and they’ve blown up pretty big because of their online marketing efforts

  7. I’ve seen restaurants word of mouth marketing skyrocket because of Twitter

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