Wednesday, April 7, 2010

saus is famous (ish)

Ok, so it's my birthday (and about to be 80 degrees today in Boston) so this post is going to be a short one. Saus was not only featured in the Boston Globe (with oh-so-flattering pic) but Boston readers apparently are enjoying the article!

We are #6 most emailed! So thanks to everyone for supporting us, this is a big deal.

Aaaand here's the proof that we are #6And of course, the link to the article:
http://www.boston.com/lifestyle/food/articles/2010/04/07/serving_a_side_of_social_media_with_their_frites/

And I got notice that while I was typing this short post, we jumped to number 4, but I'm anxious to get out of here for now, so I'm not re-posting the new evidence!

8 comments:

Christopher Walker said...

phhheww. just beat out that "giant lizard" story. Talk about David and Goliath...

xtine said...

YAY! I'M SO PROUD!

P.S. Tanya, you may want to edit the first line of this post. If you read it quickly, it sounds like it's your 80th bday.

Charlestown Culinary said...

Sounds delicious -- I love pommes frites. Good luck!

Erin said...

I am soooooooo proud of you guys! I can't wait to try some frites!!! :-D

Rosalie said...

Frites...frites...frites! I can hardly wait and you are sooo right about this big culinary hole in the Boston area. Your existence will lure me to Faneuil Hall as absolutely nothing else has done in years.

Debbie said...

A wonderful social media success (and food) story. I wish the Globe had published your facebook and twitter urls, too.

Maybe you can post them on your blog. Just a thought :-)

Congrats,
Debbie Hemley
Impressions through Media, www.impressionsthroughmedia.com

@webermedia

http://www.facebook.com/webermedia

Chin said...

I hear you Debbie!

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Boston-MA/Saus/238583967305

http://twitter.com/Saus_Boston

Renee said...

Thanks everyone for your support! And Rosalie, this is good to hear - we want residents who might otherwise avoid Faneuil to check us out.