West Houston Dining Favorite, The Devine Affair, Finds New Patrons with Tendenci Website
Houston, TX — October 9, 2017
The Devine Affair has long been a favorite of West Houston neighborhoods, providing both innovative new dishes and traditional fare for an extremely loyal clientele. Originally focused on great Italian food, The Devine Affair has expanded their menu to include tender steaks, fresh seafood, and seasoned poultry dishes, creating delicious options for every palate.
Owners, Lindsey and John Jeffery, and Chef/General Manager, Dane George, create an atmosphere that is both intimate and lively for their guests, with live music from the baby grand piano filtering through a relaxed happy hour crowd. The restaurant also boasts an extensive wine list, hand-selected by Jeffery, and a cozy outdoor patio.
The restaurant worked with Tendenci to create a website that reflected the dining experience offered by The Devine Affair.
"We are known as an Italian restaurant," says George, "but we offer so much more than that on our menu."
With innovation bubbling away in the kitchen, Tendenci built a site that showcases the entire slate of dishes with a spotlight on current specials. The natural SEO built into the software allows The Devine Affair to be found online by patrons looking for the perfect place to have dinner, host a party or meet for happy hour. The Devine Affair also provides catering and carry-out options for corporate events and in-home family dinners, services that Tendenci promotes on the site and in the search engine optimization strategy.
With a built-in newsletter feature included in Tendenci, the restaurant is able to stay in touch with their customers about specials and events without incurring any additional operating costs.
"The Devine Affair is the hidden gem of the Energy Corridor," says George. "We look forward to welcoming new faces from all over the city to enjoy our hand-crafted dishes."
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