VOTE FOR PVB.
We truly hope that you enjoyed your visit and experience at Priddis View + Brew Bistro.
If you feel you have something to say online and wish to share that view about PVB or your experience here with your Facebook friends, on Twitter or on a food site, we’re flattered and can’t wait to read your comments. We’ve provided direct links to the sites we are aware of below.
If however, you have nothing nice to say….. you are strongly encouraged to discuss your views with the ownership, in person, or over the phone, or via email–privately first, if you will. We’re mostly adults here and deal well with differing opinions all the time here. We would like to avoid any harm done to our business and look for an opportunity to learn wasn’t working for you rather than reading about it, as a ‘we’ll show you’ smear. It’s happened before, it’s not fair to us or other patrons of our business and we would like to avoid this situation.
We really hope that you will click ‘LIKED IT’ on UrbanSpoon, on our page. You can vote us up by clicking the LIKED US there without signing in. If you wish to leave a comment, you will need to sign in with an Urbanspoon account. There isn’t a YELP! listing we know about but that doesn’t stop people from commenting in general forums. Same with CHOW. We have a FaceBook page you could click LIKE and see the infrequent things we say.
We especially love reading comments about how your friends told you about Priddis View + Brew Bistro. Please pass along a thank you to your friends!
To provide us some private feedback:
- You can email the owner at firstname.lastname@example.org
- You can phone her during the lesser crazy hours of 2pm – 4pm weekdays. 403.931.3611
- You can fill out our brief web survey we have the address to on the bottom of every receipt.
Our former webhost emailed us last weekend and said that they had a hardware failure. We know stuff like this happens.
Imagine though if we left you in our restaurant for 4 days and you heard nothing, and no food. You can see food in the kitchen but for some reason, the food stays in the kitchen. It doesn’t matter that its a business, the food (our site) was not being served to customers (visitors).
You wouldn’t be happy. We’re not happy as our site disappeared completely and our host kind of left us high and dry. Our former host seemed unconcerned.
So, we have an opportunity to work with a new site, on a new host, using some pretty slick tech. We are moving on.
Stay tuned while it changes. Click on the links. Add your comments on the site.
For those that miss the old site, it is available here for a short period of time.