We are ready to see your poker face. Join us for a night of full houses and flushes at The Gent’s Place for our “Ante Up” event. That’s right folks we are inviting you out for a night of complimentary food, drinks and poker.
The buy in for the tournament is $100 and all proceeds of the evening will be donated to the North Texas Food Bank. Prizes will be awarded to the winners. You must RSVP and buy in prior to the event.
To RSVP send an email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
…don’t forget to BUY IN.
We want to give you a free Starbucks drink. Wait is this SPAM? Heck no. This is your chance for TangoTab to buy you a drink…and we want to. How does this happen? Well, the answer to that is easy. Just click give me my Starbucks now and there ya go.
Move out of the way Sarah Mclachlan. There’s no need for sad videos around here. Do the math. We have the formula.
TangoTab and Estilo Gaucho are partnering up to treat 6 families in need this Easter to a Brazilian Steakhouse experience that they will never forget.
You can nominate your own family or another.
The choice is up to you.
Nominate a family or yours today: http://bit.ly/TTEasterGive
To the TangoTab Holiday Party on December 11th from 6pm-9pm at Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse in North Dallas. We encourage you to invite whoever you want; family, friends, co-workers…even a random stranger you met this past weekend. All proceeds of the event will benefit the North Texas Food Bank.
Growing up in a middle class family, I can say now that I was oblivious to the struggles of others. As I read the latest Gallup Poll, it reminds me of how fortunate I have been. To think that over 1 in 5 people in Oklahoma or Texas, for example, have struggled to afford food in 2012 is incomprehensible.
At TangoTab, we love and celebrate dining out. It’s a great excuse to be with friends and family and try wonderful new food and drink, or the comfort of the old and familiar. We want people to know they have can have an impact on an important, and often overlooked cause, just by dining out.
September is Hunger Action Month. If you’re reading this, you’re likely already a fan of TangoTab and we thank you. Take action: find a friend, or several, and tell them about the Fight against Hunger and TangoTab and ask them to sign-up and try the service. If you can feed a child, your network can feed a village.
Mike Yonker, VP of Strategy and Corporate Development
Get out from underneath that rock. If you haven’t heard, the OKC Thunder are headed to the finals. Hold up right there…the Thunder passing by the Spurs wasn’t the only big news in OKC this week. Did you see the most recent KFOR segment about TangoTab? The picture below is our very own Jennifer Leipart delivering a check to the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma.
If you havent’t seen it we will catch you up-to-date. Here is the entire article.
Now that you have seen it, it is now time to take action. Start by claiming your first OKC offer.
If you think you can whip up the best omelet, this is a competition you must enter. To celebrate National Egg Month, TangoTab restaurant Norma’s Cafe is putting on a contest for “The Search For The Perfect Omelet. Click the picture below to enter.
Two TangoTab restaurants are featured on DallasNews.com in the article “The Guide: Mother’s Day Dining events in DFW.” Congratulations to Nosh and Dish for making this list.
Here is what the Dallas news is telling us that they are offering on their Mother’s Day menu:
“The three-course menu includes a choice of starters such as crispy Pacific oysters, Kobe meatballs or Yukon potato latkes; main dishes including grilled ahi tuna, fried chicken and biscuits, beef short-rib hash and grilled lamb chops; and desserts such as apple tarte, chocolate soufflé cake or banana bread pudding.
“Brunch includes a three-course family-style starter; a choice of appetizers, entrees and desserts; live music; and a red rose for all moms. The main course features a choice of classic or short-rib Benedicts, stuffed brioche French toast, Harris Ranch burger, or fried chicken and waffles. $35 per person. Bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys are also available for an additional $10.”
Both menu selections are from the article ”The Guide: Mother’s Day Dining events in DFW” on DallasNews.com.
What is “A Random Act of Kindness?” Our wonderful online friend of Wikipedia actually has a pretty decent definition of it.
“A random act of kindness is a selfless act performed by a person or people wishing to either assist or cheer up an individual person or people.” -Wikipedia.com
Did you know that there is actually a group that is call “Random Acts of Kindness.” Ask us this a couple months back and we have never heard of them. Fast forward to now and we have not only heard of them, but we are now out helping and volunteering with this great group. This group does so much around the Dallas area, but one specific activity that they do that really stuck out to us is one they do every Saturday. From 11am to 2pm every Saturday Random Acts of Kindness meets at Excuses Extreme Cafe (3025 Main St.) to make over 1500 bologna and cheese sandwiches for the SoupMobile.
This past week some TangoTab volunteers went to work putting these sandwiches together with other volunteers at Random Acts of Kindness. It just so happened this past Saturday set a new record of with 115 of them. Throughout the time there the people made over 2500 sandwiches to be distributed throughout the week to feed the hungry.
The TangoTab team would love to set up a volunteer opportunity with you and your friends to help feed the hungry. If you are interested send an email to email@example.com and we will set an event up for you.