Dating site for foodies
The Eater Dating site still follows How About We’s successful formula of pairing singles based on suggested dates, rather than only stressing profiles, photos and online conversations.
Eater hopes that by having its readers as potential profiles, singles on the site would already have something in common, which are good food, drinks and restaurants.
The app launches globally on April 28th and we could not be more excited.
Popular food blog, Eater, has partnered with the quirky New York dating service How About We to launch a unique match-making site just for foodies.
But Hi Dine has capitalized on combining foodiedom with another growing market in the online dating world: sugar daddydom (masquerading as “chivalry”).
“You spend enough time and money on clothes, shoes, hair styling, and beauty products,” Hi Dine condescends to its female users.
Hi Dine creator Kyle Mc Ginnis has not yet released user numbers to the press (the site just launched this month), but there appears to be a vetting process to gain access to the “exclusive” community.
Once users are admitted, they create a profile on which they list their favorite foods and restaurants.
The site instructs female users to sit pretty (literally “sit and wait,” avoiding hysterics if possible) until a Hi Dine suitor asks her out.
As with other pay-as-you-date sites, male users only pay after they have a “confirmed date with a woman.” No monthly fees!
But you're still paying for dinner with your passive, greedy partner who better express her gratitude at the end of the night.