Restaurants – Claim Your Business, Add Your Menu!

Uploading menus and photos to your Patch Place page is free!

With the season upon us, Island restaurants are opening to the left and right. So many, in fact, that it is hard to keep track - let alone choose where to go for dinner tonight.

If you are a restaurant owner or manager, you have more reason now than ever to claim your listing in our Patch Places directory. Once you’ve claimed your listing you can upload a PDF or JPEG file of your menus to your page, communicate directly via e-mail with your customers to seek out more reviews, feedback and let them know about special events and offerings. You can also link the Patch Place to your Facebook or Twitter accounts.

Other great tools: Is the chef making a gorgeous dessert special tonight? Upload photos so your customers know what to look forward to. You can also edit your website information, hours of operation, contact information and more. Choose "extra info" to add information like the founding date of your business, what kinds of payments you accept, if there's street parking or a lot, and much more.

Plus you can post events on our events page that link directly back to your listing and add job openings to our classifieds section, also known as the Marketplace.

How to Claim Your Listing: Owners or managers should search for their business listing in Patch Places. Once on your Places page, select "Claim Your Listing" at the bottom right corner next to the question mark. A form will pop up asking for your name, contact information, and proof of ownership.

Within a few days, someone from Patch will contact you to verify your authenticity, and then you'll be approved as the business owner. Once approved, you'll have a "Manage Your Listing" button on the top of your Places page. Click the button to be taken to your dashboard. From the dashboard, you can make changes and updates to your listing.

So claim your listing today to give your customers all the tools they need when deciding where to go for dinner tonight!


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