Follow these Foodie Feeds on Instagram
Social media is a driving force in the restaurant industry. It gives customers a front row seat to what’s happening in your restaurant, lets them interact with you in a fun and personable way, and ideally convinces them that your food is so delicious they must try it.
So, who in the food industry is rockin’ Instagram? Read on to see who we turn to for inspiration.
1. Lee Tilghan
food intolerances, part 2 ✌🏼️ today on the blog I share the second installment of my food intolerance series // including everything you want to know about 1️⃣food intolerances, 2️⃣the elimination diet, and 3️⃣SUGAR. i talk to 3 wellness gurus including fellow food blogger @breakfastcriminals, @shadowboxnyc instructor @akeezy_ubeezy, and @parsleyhealth's functional medicine doctor. the major focus of this is to shed some light on sugar and how addicted we can be to it, and how simply reducing our intake can have profound affects on our bodies. i'm not saying i dont eat any sugar, but greatly reducing it and just overall paying attention to labels has been one of the greatest things for my body + mind. read on! *link in bio* #sugarfreeseptember (ombre smoothie inspired by my lady @alison__wu)
Lee is our must-follow food stylist. She makes everything from avocado toast to a bowl full of vegetables look absolutely delicious! Follow her for serious inspiration on how to make your food look interesting and appealing in photos.
We love how New Fork City gives shout outs to local eateries. Sharing is caring, and tapping into your community is a vital way to gain attention – especially when you’re first starting out.
This Nashville restaurant gives followers a behind-the-scenes look at their establishment. You’ll see the chefs making fresh pasta daily, grilling meat, and more. Pro Instagram tip: customers love having a court-side seat to the kitchen action.
4. Black Tap
Black Tap clearly knows how to tap into their “wow-factor.” Those sundaes are serious conversation starters and sharing photos that make followers say “holy cow!” will generate buzz and help create a line out the door.
Perch in Los Angeles strikes the perfect balance of showcasing food, drinks and the ambiance of their spot. After seeing this photo, who wouldn’t want to head to the rooftop for music and cocktails on a Friday night?