Lisbon By Night Restaurant
Most business that have been around for a long time, pre social media, might understand the importance of social media but have no time for it. Restaurants launched post social media tend to have a better handle on their social media accounts. Adelia, owner and manager of Lisbon By Night Restaurant gets the importance of social media and wants content in various formats to distribute to the restaurants followers.
Lisbon By Night Restaurant needs fresh new content for their social media accounts.
Rudderless needed footage of a live Fado show and possible interview with a Fado singer for its Rudderless in Lisbon video/episode. Fado Music is a very important part of Portuguese culture.
The solution: Partner with Lisbon By Night in order to give them fresh new content in the form of 2 videos and hi-res pictures. Rudderless gets it’s Fado footage and an incredible seafood dinner.
Social Media Product Shoot (2015)
- The focus was to capture some hi-res images of Lisbon By Night Restaurants two distinct features that sets them apart from other restaurants in the neighbourhood for their social media network. The first is their authentic Portuguese dishes, especially the seafood and the second is the cultural Portuguese fado music performances held at the restaurant.
In My Own Backyard & Rudderless video/episode feature (2015)
- Keeping the focus on the two distinct features of Lisbon By Night Restaurant (authentic Portuguese dishes & cultural Portuguese Fado Music performances) we produced two video/episode features that involved both our web series Rudderless & In My Own Backyard. While Rudderless was filming Rudderless in Lisbon and Rudderless in Lagos in Portugal we were unable to capture a live Fado Show. Working with Lisbon By Night we were able to film a Fado show and interview a Fado singer for the Rudderless in Lisbon video/episode.
Meanwhile, since the restaurant is located in Toronto we featured it with an interactive interview on In My Own Backyard. The focus was on the great food and the history of the restaurant in the community,
On a recent trip to Portugal, I stumbled across some pretty amazing people, was introduced to some beautiful architecture and learned some fascinating history. But what really impressed me was Portuguese food. Being that a large percentage of Portugal faces the Atlantic Ocean it is safe to assume that majority of their popular dishes would be fish and seafood. However, I was pleasantly surprised with their pastries, their chicken, and their infamous Peri-Peri sauce. READ More…
“I LOVE IT!!!”Adelia Mejdoubi
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