PHILADELPHIA, PA, September 05, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- As a restaurant that continues to prove a favorite among Charleston professionals, families, friends and visitors, Tabbuli
remains a spot that captures the spirit of social engagement. However, while most of the social engagement found at Tabbuli is shared over tapas dishes, exceptional drinks and first-rate customer service, the restaurant also recognizes that the fast development of mobile culture is playing a major role in the way consumers are driven to eat.
A recent article
from Nation's Restaurant News examines the rapid transition happening amongst social and mobile platforms, as well as the restaurants and consumers that utilize them. The article explains, "Restaurant customers are increasingly shifting their attention from Facebook and Twitter to other social media platforms, according to data from the latest Restaurant Social Media Index. Location- and mobile-oriented platforms such as Vine, dominated by smartphone users, are starting to nose into the territory once held by social media power players like Facebook and Twitter, according to Paul Barron, founder and chief executive of RSMI creator DigitalCoCo."
While Tabbuli has remained present on social media to stay involved with the highly active Charleston community, the restaurant has also found that participating in the "next wave of social"--as Barron explains in the article--is essential to development. Listing some of the top national chains in this rising culture of mobile engagement--which has increased by an estimated 300 percent in the past year--the article explains just what is putting some restaurants ahead of their competitors. Barron states, "In most cases, they either have an active mobile app, a mobile website or--what we actually think is more prevalent--they actually have more mobile users. It's a stronger user base within their demographic...Some of these brands just tend toward the smartphone user, where you'll see most of your traffic in social."
Tabbuli remains a contender in this area of growth, as it not only has a specific website designed for mobile users, but it also has many impressive features for those socializing on the go. For instance, Tabbuli has introduced its very own app, free for download on iOS that connects users to the menu and other pertinent information related to the restaurant. Utilizing ChowNow, the Charleston, South Carolina venue also allows customers to conveniently place orders to go either from their smartphone, tablet or computer.
"We understand that the way people connect and find places to socialize is changing dramatically. This is important to us, not only for our local customers, but for those who may be visiting Charleston and looking for an exceptional place to eat while visiting town. As the exciting world of mobile culture continues to develop, we look forward to serving up fresh, tantalizing dishes to those parties looking for an exceptional social experience," Tabbuli concludes in a recent press statement.
Located on the historic Market St. in Charleston, South Carolina, Tabbuli
is one highly-rated restaurant that brings Mediterranean flair to the southern seaside. With varied brunch, lunch and dinner menus, this restaurant and hookah lounge serves as a great spot for friends to relax and enjoy conversation over a delicious meal. While there are many single entrees to be enjoyed for the diner with a refined palate, this hot spot also features tapas-style dining options that are perfect for sharing. With a healthy kid's menu and a fully-stocked bar with delicious drink specials, this restaurant continues to prove a favorite for both family and late-night crowds in the Charleston area.