In this day in age, everything is available right at your fingertips through the internet. Whether it be for shopping, news, gaming, sports, entertainment, education, etc.... The internet always can help you find what you need.
Another thing that the internet is becoming more an integral part of is what choices people make when it comes to dining. Through sites such as Google, TripAdvisor, OpenTable, UrbanSpoon and Yelp, foodies across the globe are relying heavily on these sites to find what will be their next dining destination.
Diners used to have to rely on each other through word of mouth or food critics to find what the next up and coming dining hot-spot was. That is not the case anymore! These sites are allowing diners to be the critics and help each other out by identifying places they can't miss or places that are a miss.
Think about it, how many times in the last 12 months have you relied on one of the sites mentioned to figure out what you will be indulging in for lunch or dinner? Most people would probably not have enough fingers to count.
At Duval's New World Cafe, we embrace the digital dining experience. We constantly monitor each of the sites to use as a report card to grade ourselves on how we are doing. The complete satisfaction of diners is our number one goal and these sites are a great indicator on how we are doing in that regard.
So for those of you that have dined with us, thank you! And, those of you that have dined with us and given us your feedback through one of the online review sites, another thank you! We care about always providing a great experience for everyone and the sites are a great tool to help show us where we can improve and/or what we are doing well.
Big Thank You's to the Duval's Patrons for voting us to a:
Diner's Choice Award
Tampa/Central Florida West
(Only Restaurant in Sarasota to Receive the Honors)
Best Seafood 2014
Certificate of Excellence
Demonstrating hospitality excellence, representing the upper echelon of businesses on TripAdvisor
"The only restaurant from Sarasota's crowded downtown dining district to make the cut"
2014 Seafood Madness