It stands to reason that a good dining experience can lead to a good first date.
Dine uses the shared appreciation of fine dining experiences between two people to bring them together.
At the very least you know that you have one thing in common before going on the first date — that’s something, right? Want to hear the experience our reviewers had with it?
Don’t worry, Dine is very tight when it comes to the privacy and security of its membership — your Facebook data is safe with them.
It should be noted, however, that when dine requests are accepted, your match is given the ability to look at your full Facebook profile. Once you have synced your Facebook account, you will be required to enter your location.
First, members are shown potential matches on a daily basis.
This is done by presenting you with other members’ profile pictures along with a list of their favorite dining places.
There is no anxious hours or days waiting to see if someone will respond to your last message.
With Dine it’s simple — you like each other, you meet, you eat, you get to know each other face to face the way people used to in the past.
Then you will be asked to choose three of your favorite dining establishments.
This part is made easier by using Dine’s search filter.
Dine wants its members to meet, dine together, and discover first-hand if they are compatible. Even if things don’t work out with the person that you are matched with, at least you can enjoy a good meal.