Dining With Strangers: A Startup Takes Social Networking out to Dinner

If you’re new to town, it may be hard to find the right crowd to get dinner with, or the right friend to organize a meal and invite you. Enter Grubwithus, a new web platform for people eager to socialize around a delicious meal with a self-selecting group of people.
The project launched as a company in the summer of 2010. Now it operates nationally and recently closed its Series A round of funding for $5 million.
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Dining With Strangers: A Startup Takes Social Networking out to Dinner

If you’re new to town, it may be hard to find the right crowd to get dinner with, or the right friend to organize a meal and invite you. Enter Grubwithus, a new web platform for people eager to socialize around a delicious meal with a self-selecting group of people.

The project launched as a company in the summer of 2010. Now it operates nationally and recently closed its Series A round of funding for $5 million.

Read more at GOOD.is

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    Relevant Sedaris: "…. but the rest of the world isn’t like America, where it’s become virtually impossible to throw a...
  14. theworldaccordingtoevie reblogged this from good and added:
    Uhm. Isn’t there already a little something called meetup.com that lets you … meetup with folks? But there can be more...
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    Cool idea.
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    This is a brilliant concept. Now if I can only pull myself away from the social media long enough to actually meet these...