Bad web sites of yet-to-open restaurants: threat or menace?

Their website is password protected. What the bloody fuck?

https://www.saffysla.com/

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Try Password1234

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Paging all Kaiser, Childrens and Hollywood pres employees…

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e.g. you :wink:

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Bang bang potential with found oyster too

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Neither “Password1234” nor “1234” worked for me.

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I tried Hummus123 that didn’t work

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Site admin is going to wonder why FTC has so many shitty amateur hackers

Bavel1234 didn’t work either

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try sergio1234

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And wolvesmouth

That’s amazing! I have the same combination on my luggage.

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This is just annoying AF.

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I had a thought: the OP said it was “opening soon.” Maybe they haven’t even settled on a menu or prices yet.

But yes, annoying AF.

they’re not even open yet, no need to get bloody fucking annoyed AF.

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Chill out, its happening soon based on what I know and that’s all the info you fools get.

It’s just plain lousy marketing planning to
put up an incomplete website,particularly without an”under construction” flag. Why frustrate potential customers?

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It’s a damn tease and super frustrating. Rename the restaurant “Blue Balls.”

They’re not even marketing yet, it’s just us thirsty Bavel and Bestia fans hunting for information :joy: A website with content isn’t going to satisfy anyone anyways, we’re all looking for that opening date and opening menu. I’d rather them focus on getting the restaurant up and running if they’re stretched for manpower, I’m happy to cut them some slack on the website.

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Yeah calm down on the website construction status (or lack thereof). Most restaurants leverage IG as their first line of comms and primary platform anyways. It’s not a damn M&A deal or IPO. The fact that they don’t even have one there means that the website is nowhere near the priority here. Would it help if they printed out menus and have flyers around the neighborhood as well?

Edit: also seeing how many domain trolls there are in the industry it’s better to just have an URL and park it with a placeholder landing page. Sorry it doesn’t have a status update for you. Hope your lives don’t revolve around this.

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I understand all that, but a simple “watch this space” page would have been less puzzling and frustrating.

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