November Client Roundup
With November upon us, B Public Relations’ clients are in holiday planning mode, with our team pitching and promoting a variety of food, beverage, and travel angles this month. From Veteran’s Day, to outdoor activities and limited-time dining offers, read on for some of our favorites.
Veteran’s Day Offers
A veteran-owned business, Next Level Burger (NLB) wants to thank veterans, active-duty military, and their families by offering 50% off their dining tabs on Nov. 11. Guests at NLB can simply mention the deal at checkout to receive the half-off deal on plant-based burgers, chik’n, shakes, fries, salads and more. Learn more at nextlevelburger.com.
Le Bilboquet’s Denver location will honor active duty military and veterans with 15% off food. The French bistro and bar is well known for its classic French dishes and Parisian-style patio in Cherry Creek. For more information, visit lebilboquetdenver.com.
From Nov. 2-30, Jovanina’s Broken Italian is celebrating its fifth anniversary with a special menu featuring fan favorites from the past five years. Available for $55 per person, the three-course menu includes Sicilian Castelvetrano olives; black Tuscan kale Caesar salad featuring lemon-caper vinaigrette, pangrattato, and Grana Padano; and elk Bolognese made with calamarata pasta and sage-rosemary ricotta. For more information, visit jovanina.com.
Snooze A.M. Eatery is celebrating its Season of Gratitude with a festive holiday menu — plus giveaways and giving back! Snooze’s holiday menu runs from Nov. 16 through Jan. 3 and includes:
- Cranberry orange pancakes: Buttermilk pancakes with orange custard, candied cranberries, cranberry mascarpone and house-made shortbread crumble
- Short rib and Gruyere polenta: Creamy Gruyere polenta served with shredded short rib, roasted sweet potatoes and kale, savory sofrito, and mushroom and beef gravy topped with a sunny-side up cage-free egg and chives
- Vanilla cranberry cosmopolitan: Tito’s Handmade Vodka, house-made vanilla cranberry juice, Pama pomegranate liqueur and fresh lime juice
- And the cranberry orange Snoozius and boozy cranberry orange Snoozius: a blend of house-made vanilla cranberry juice and orange juice topped with whipped cream — vodka optional.
Snooze’s Season of Gratitude also encompasses a $35,000 donation to the World Central Kitchen, an organization that provides meals in response to humanitarian and climate crises around the globe. Snooze will also run weekly giveaways on Instagram (@snoozeameatery) throughout the season, including the grand prize: FREE Snooze for a year! Learn more at snoozeeatery.com.
Beginning Thursday, Nov. 2, Halcyon, a hotel in Cherry Creek, invites guests to Denver’s only rooftop skating rink for Halcyon on Ice, an ice-skating experience in the clouds. While ice skating on the hotel’s rooftop, guests can also enjoy hot beverages, decadent bites, plush blankets, relaxing tunes, and breathtaking views of the Mile High City. For $30, guests have access to a two-hour rink pass and one pair of skates. Winterized cabanas are also available to reserve for an elevated winter skating experience for $150 and include hand warmers and hot cocoa for up to six guests ($100 food and beverage minimum required). More information and reservations can be found here.
Escape the cold this holiday season and head to the gorgeous coastal paradise of Tulum, Mexico, to celebrate the most festive time of the year in beautiful 75-degree weather. Adjacent boutique sister resorts The Beach Tulum and Cabanas Tulum Beach Hotel and Spa serve as welcoming havens for rest and relaxation just steps from the area’s most popular shops and restaurants. Known for its vibrant nightlife, Tulum becomes even more festive during Christmastime, with celebrations taking place throughout the month of December and into January, making this one of the most desirable times to visit the bohemian beach destination. For more information, visit thebeach-tulum.com and hotelcabanastulum.com.