Leave a comment about Shakespeare to win a copy of the Menu and Hours iPhone app


October 16, 2012 by Ashlee Clark Thompson

Michelle Jones of Consuming Louisville and I want to give away some goodies.

Michelle is the creator of Menu and Hours, a Louisville-centric iPhone app that provides basic information about your favorite local restaurants. I may have talked about the app a time or two.

We want to share this app with the world (well, the iPhone world, but Android development is in progress). Any time that I write a $10 Challenge that features a restaurant on Menu and Hours, Michelle will give away two free copies of the app (usually $2.99 in the iTunes Store) to readers who leave a comment on the $10 Challenge post. 

The Bard’s Town, the most recent $10 Challenge contender, is featured on Menu and Hours. For a chance to win one of two free copies of Menu and Hours, answer the following Bard-themed question in the comments section of this post:

What is your favorite William Shakespeare play? (Or tell me why you don’t have a favorite Billy Shakes play.)

You have until Thursday to leave a comment. I’ll randomly select two names on Friday.

11 thoughts on “Leave a comment about Shakespeare to win a copy of the Menu and Hours iPhone app

  1. Susan says:

    I already have the app, but I want to play! I love Shakespeare, and I think my favorite play is As You Like It. Girls dressed as boys! Romantic letters pinned to trees! A fabulous fool! Love that one. 🙂

  2. Erin says:

    I’d love the app! I got to see a show in the Globe Theatre in London but am having a terrible time trying to remember the show. Othello is the play I am most familiar with so I will go with that one. Always makes for a great story.

  3. Midsummer Night’s Dream. The title sounds sorta magical (he’s not really my fave, but I always loved the title) Don’t enter me… I already have the app and love it.

  4. Lauren says:

    I’m going to be really predictable here and say Romeo and Juliet. I would LOVE Menu and Hours!

  5. Larry Horn says:

    The Comedy of Errors. My first introduction to Billy’s plays.

  6. Kara Hamilton says:

    Until I get an iPhone, I would like to give this as a gift to my Sister. Taming of the Shrew is always good! Thank you for all your wonderful work on this app, and all you do!

  7. Autumn J. says:

    I don’t even have an iPhone (the droid resistance is real!!!), but I wanted to say how much I love Ashlee and she’s a great writer and an even better BFF!!! You’re the only reason I read ANYTHING!

    Romeo + Juliet w/ Claire and Leonardo (and an epic cameo by Paul Rudd) was pretty much the best Billy Shakes I’ve ever seen.

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    I have not checked in here for some time as I thought it was getting boring, but the last several posts are good quality so I guess I’ll add you back to my everyday bloglist. You deserve it friend 🙂

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