Receiving a Snail of Approval for your restaurant brings with it many benefits.
Benefits of receiving a Snail of Approval
These are some of the advantages of the Snail of Approval to your business.
Snail of Approval decal to be displayed at your place of business
Use of the Slow Food in Sonoma County Snail of Approval logo on your menus and/or publicity materials in accordance with Slow Food guidelines
Placement on the Slow Food in Sonoma County map and listing on this website
A Press Release that announces the annual award winners.
A special Snail of Approval Award reception held year-after-year featuring your business/organization and the other Snail of Approval recipients that year.
A Facebook post announcing the Snail of Approval award to your business/organization
A Slow Food in Sonoma County Facebook “like” of your restaurant’s Facebook page.
Reposting relevant Facebook updates on our FB page from your Facebook page or press coverage of your business.
Your business displayed as a recognized Snail of Approval recipient on other food-related social media channels in the region.
An article in our e-newsletter that promotes events or activities at your organization/business
Slow Food operates in over 150 different countries, so tourists, especially those from Europe, Australia, Asia and North America, realize the significance of the snail and often choose to patronize establishments that comply with Slow Food principles.
In the future, an opportunity to participate in our coupon program to attract patrons to your business.
Time to learn more about regional grain, this sounds like a great conversation! Tickets are pay-what-you-can. Following the event, Honoré Farm and Mill’s mobile grain mill will be parked outside SHED for a milling demonstration and tasting starting at 2:30.
"We’ll work together to cook tasty beans, learn to prepare the ever-intimidating cactus paddle or nopal, and make our own tortillas and salsa. The class will culminate with our handmade lunch that reflects the holy trinity of Mexican cooking: beans, corn, and chilis." … See MoreSee Less