Using Social Networking to Pick Restaurant Music

By Deane Barker on December 19, 2008

Restaurant Music: This is a borderline brilliant idea.

As my friends at Casa Mia know well, I’ve got strong opinions about music played in restaurants. Admittedly it’s a hard thing to get right: too much Perry Como and you risk losing the young rockers, too much Bedouin Soundclash and you loose the suits. Personally I would be a happy man if I never had to listen to Andrea Bocelli again for as long as I live.

So here’s my proposed solution: each restaurant should have its own group and invite customers to become members of the group (here’s a group I’ve created for Casa Mia as an experiment; feel free to join it).