Dating site for foodies
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.With Beer App, all communication between users is limited to a simple “Beer?! We can see it now: “You seem nice, wanna grab a nitro cold brew or six? It was the usual, Friday afternoon internet surf: half an hour spent scouring blogs, trying to track down some new recipes. As it turns out, Eater Dating is the brainchild of bar and restaurant site Eater and the online dating site How About We.“Chivalry is Alive.” That’s the slogan for yet another niche, food-oriented dating website, Hi Dine, which proposes something we all presumed: that the “best sparks often arise from the simple joy of meeting new people and engaging in conversation over a delicious meal.” Like Sugar and Seeking Arrangement.com—two “dating” websites on which well-heeled men with pay women to go out with them—Hi Dine is geared towards women who want to be pampered and men who get off on buying their affections.
With the help of the Internet, you’ll never have to date someone who doesn’t share your affinity for the Trinidad Scorpion pepper (thanks, “Hot Sauce Passions” app).
But Hi Dine has capitalized on combining foodiedom with another growing market in the online dating world: sugar daddydom (masquerading as “chivalry”).