Posts Tagged ‘Natachees’

Natachee’s Sometimes Leaves Me Guessing

steveparkhurst | August 14, 2014 in Advertising,Promotional,Small Business | Comments (0)

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I have to admit, I have no idea what this is about.

Natachee's 8-14-14 Houston


Natachee’s Ads Return

steveparkhurst | August 7, 2014 in Advertising,Branding,Marketing,Visual | Comments (0)

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After what seems like a bit of a hiatus, the Natachee’s ads are back!

Natachee's Houston Midtown The Parkhurst Group


Natachee’s “Best Burgers in Midtown” Ad

steveparkhurst | March 1, 2013 in Advertising,Marketing,Visual | Comments (0)

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The latest from Natachee’s.

Natachee's 2-28-13


Natachee’s Print Ads Really Impress

steveparkhurst | December 14, 2012 in Advertising,Promotional,Visual | Comments (0)

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I wrote previously about Natachee’s in Houston and their newspaper advertisements. While many of my original questions are still unanswered (that’s my own fault for not having gone to Natachee’s yet), I am really enjoying opening up the Houston Chronicle’s 29-95 insert every week and seeing the Natachee’s ads.

As you can see in their latest ad, these ads are very simple. There are really only two colors used in addition to the newspaper colors of black and white. The art is simple: a jug of the good stuff, some onion rings and a crushed beer can. The wording is minimal: Happy Hour, the hours, and four pretty easy to recognize specials. And of course, the use of the word FREE is catchy and smart. Another great ad by this design team.

Natachee's Houston Chronicle - The Parkhurst Group

I’m definitely going to check these guys out. If you’ve already been there, post a comment here or tweet us @ParkhurstGroup.


Natachee’s Newspaper Ad: Simple, Funny, Effective

steveparkhurst | August 24, 2012 in Advertising,Promotional,Visual | Comments (0)

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I saw this ad in the local paper for a place called Natachee’s in Houston. I have not been to Natachee’s, so I don’t know how and if the ads relate to the location itself, but they are pretty interesting. The ad does many things, it poses many questions, and it offers a solution.

Natachees 29-95 - The Parkhurst Group

Who says “supper” anymore, that’s kinda cool. What’s the bird all about? Is that a flamingo? Is that a pelican? What’s with the comic figure who has two teeth?

The bottom line though, is that the classic advertising ploy works here: they offer a problem (skipping breakfast), and they offer a solution to that problem (we always serve breakfast). I think this is a clever ad, and fortunately it’s not too wordy. The ad also contains only four colors. What do you think of the ad?

If you’ve been to Natachee’s, tell us what you thought about it, here or on twitter @ParkhurstGroup


Natachee’s Sells “Punch”

steveparkhurst | June 30, 2011 in Branding,Marketing,Small Business | Comments (0)

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Once again, Natachee’s makes me wonder. I can guess what “punch” is, but still, I’m curious.

Natachee's Punch


Natachee’s Final Four Ad

steveparkhurst | March 31, 2011 in Advertising,Branding,Promotional,Visual | Comments (0)

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Maybe not their best effort, but an interesting way for Natachee’s to attempt to get Final Four fans into the place while they’re in Houston

Natachee's Final Four Ad


Natachee’s Announces Spring Arrival

steveparkhurst | March 24, 2011 in Advertising,Branding | Comments (0)

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Everyone associates spring with “new” – so this “new menu items” ad by Natachee’s is well done for that purpose.

Natachee's Spring