TweetUp: Send Candace to Costa Rica through Surf For Life
Tuesday, March 9th from 6:00-8:00, Pacific Catch 9th Ave. will be hosting their very first TweetUp.
15% of sales from this event will go towards the $1500 needed to send Candace to Costa Rica through Surf For Life.
Surf For Life is a non-profit organization designed to connect surfers and non-surfers with community service activities to create impact on an international level. Our mission is to channel the interest and energy of individuals into teams that travel to various project sites where they serve as hands-on volun-tourists and goodwill advocates.
All Welcome! Bring your friends and family to eat and drink for a great, locally started, non-profit.
Gift Card Raffle | Complimentary Tastes of the Pacific | Costa Rican Menu Specials
“Kid Friendly” it’s not just about high chairs and kids cups
Recently I went out to breakfast with my family. There were four adults and my 8-month-old son. It was a small place that was crowded, so I understood having to wait. We stood on the sidewalk staring down at the people seated at the large table in the secluded window. That table seemed like the perfect spot for a family that wouldn’t be intrusive to the other guests. As a parent who works in the restaurant industry, I’m aware of not wanting to ruin the dining experience of those around me because I have a child.
The people at the window table were just about to finish so I started focusing on the stack of pancakes I had been thinking about all morning. The hostess called our name and told us we had to leave the stroller on the sidewalk because the restaurant was narrow. I thought to myself, there must be a better kid friendly table in the back, Yippee! That was not the case. We were seated at a table in the middle of the restaurant. They did have a high chair, which was appreciated, but it had to be placed at the end of the table which was in the narrow walkway of the servers and other guests.
Two minutes after being seated, the group of three adults waiting behind us settled in at the large table in the secluded window. “Hello, we would have waited for the big table, which would have made things better for everyone.” Instead the staff had to straddle the high chair and the hung over couple next to us had to endure a baby practically sitting at their table. It was at that moment that I realized the true meaning of “Kid Friendly”. It’s not just about highchairs and kids cups. It’s about being aware. I realized then, that at Pacific Catch, we DO get it!
Families have embraced the Pacific Catch 9th Ave. and Corte Madera locations because we are aware. We understand that dining with children can be a challenge; therefore from the moment you are welcomed by our host/hostess, meeting your special needs is a priority. Where you sit, your food coming out in a timely manner, providing tools for distraction and snacks while you wait, are all part of our standard practice.
Congratulations Pacific Catch 9th Ave. for recently being recognized as an Opentable 2010 Diners’ Choice Award Winner for being “Kid Friendly.”
Marketing Manager/Event Planner
Pacific Catch Corporate