Food Revolution Day Social Dining Experiences Take OffFri 11 May 2012
Story by Sarah Curl
We have partnered with Grubwithus to create a unique social dining experience in 20+ restaurants in major cities across America. We wanted to find a way where we could facilitate intimate dining experiences with your local restaurants and start the conversation on real food.
Grubwithus is a social dining network that brings like-minded people together at top restaurants. In an age where too much social interaction happens online, Grubwithus takes friendships offline through old-fashioned conversation with new friends over great food.
Diners reserve individual seats on Food Revolution Day’s website to join tables of other social diners. Family style or prix-fixe menus are arranged with restaurants beforehand, and all payment is collected on our website. Grubwithus pays the restaurants one lump sum (including tax and gratuity) before the meal, so that the diners don't have to deal with any awkward bill splitting. Any additional drinks can be purchased through the restaurant during the meal.
On the weekend of May 19th, spend dinner with people who want to stand up for real food.
Grubwithus Social Dining Experiences
• Phoenix, Arizona: St. Francis
• Los Angeles, California: Chaya
• San Francisco, California: Starbelly
• San Diego, California: Farm House Café
• Denver, Colorado: Duo
• Middletown, Connecticut: It’s Only Natural
• Miami, Florida: Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink
• Atlanta, Georgia: Urban PI8
• Maui, Hawaii: Merriman’s Kapalua
• Chicago, Illinois: Karyn’s on Green
• Parkville, Maryland: Clementine
• Ann Arbor, Michigan: SevaRestaurant
• Jackson, Mississippi: Parlor Market
• Charlotte, North Carolina: Harvest Moon Grille
• New York, New York: 4Food
• New York, New York: GreensquareTavern
• New York, New York: Telepan
• Brooklyn, New York: Sun in Bloom
• Portland, Oregon: Abby’s Table
• Philadelphia, Pennslyvania: Terra
• Memphis, Tennessee: Sweet Grass
• San Antonio, Texas: Feast
• Houston, Texas: Ruggles Green
• Austin, Texas: Hillside Farmacy
• Fredericksburg, Virginia: Poppy Hill Tuscan Kitchen
• Cabot, Vermont: Claire’s Restaurant
• Seattle, Washington: Plum Vegan
• Louisville, Kentucky: Mayan Cafe
• New Orleans, Louisiana: Cafe Adelaide
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: The Wedge Pizzeria
• Cleveland, Ohio: Lolita
• Kansas City, Missouri: The Westside Local
• Arlington, Virginia: The Liberty Tavern
• Boise, Idaho: The Red Feather Lounge
About the Author: Sarah Curl is the Chefs and Restaurants Coordinator for Food Revolution Day. She loves talking to volunteers and hearing how passionate they are about real food and the food revolution movement.
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