Quick! Text all of your friends, Snap them, tweet them, share the news on Facebook …. Chef Todd Villani is taking $25 off the bill for every table that dines at Terre a Terre on Friday April 22 2016.
With every great deal comes the fine print, in this case to qualify for the $25 discount guests must leave their phones in the middle of the table and not touch them for the entire meal. That means no texts, no facebook, and no instagram. Imagine that – a group of people actually conversing, with each other, at dinner. Brilliant!
Reservations are required to take advantage of this special #nophonefriday special.
Terre a Terre ran a similar promotion for Black Friday 2015 with much success.
Located in Carlstadt, Terre a Terre is a surprise from the moment you first pull off the freeway and drive the narrow streets of the borough that were obviously laid out in the era before automobiles. Carlstadt was actually organized by German immigrants in the 1860s and little details and motifs of that heritage can be seen here and there around town. Renovations and restorations have changed parts of Hackensack Street but those old values of hard work, passion for a job well done, and using the best resources around are everywhere, especially at Terre a Terre. Chef Todd Villani’s vision combines the best elements of local and seasonal market bounties and presents them in an environment the echoes a fresh approach to reduce, reuse, recycle.
Terre a Terre has is one of the Garden State’s most acclaimed restaurants with glowing reviews from the New York Times, The Record of Bergen County, and numerous other culinary media outlets. Chef Todd Vilanni’s restaurant received 3.5 stars in New Jersey Monthly in 2014 – the first restaurant in several years to achieve such a high rating.
Terre à Terre
312 Hackensack Street
Carlstadt, New Jersey 07072
Lunch – Wednesday – Friday from noon – 2:30 p.m.
Dinner Wednesday – Saturday from 5:30 – 10:00 p.m.
Brunch is served on Sunday from 11:00 – 2:30 p.m.
(but the food is so good you can enjoy it without the buzz!)
Note: New Jersey Restaurants are permitted to sell NJ wines. It is the Garden State after all and promoting agriculture will prevent more of the state from turning into condo farms. Terre a Terre offers Unionville Wines.