SEATTLE, Washington (November 26, 2012) – Mystery Meet, the social dining group that unites foodies in a quest to discover new restaurants, is launching a chapter in Seattle. Food lovers are invited to attend a dinner with friendly strangers who share their passion for fine food, but there’s a catch…they don’t find out where they’re going until 24 hours in advance.
Mystery Meet began as series of dinners in Boston in 2010. The dining experiences attract adventurous foodies of all ages. The group does not focus on dating or business networking; instead, it is an opportunity for culinary tastemakers to meet others who share their passion for great restaurants. In Boston, Mystery Meet’s dinners quickly became popular with the local food blogging community, who spread the word over social media channels. Many Mystery Meet dinners highlighted culinary trends, including food trucks, dark dining, flavor tripping and snout-to-tail pig roasts. Not long after Mystery Meet’s launch, mainstream media outlets profiled the group, including The Boston Globe, WBUR-FM, Boston.com, The New Haven Register and The Portsmouth Herald. Earlier this year, Mystery Meet spread to San Francisco.
The Seattle chapter will be Mystery Meet’s third. “I used to live in Queen Anne,” say Mystery Meet Founder Seth Resler, “so I know how much wonderful cuisine this city has to offer.” Resler was once the Music Director at alternative rock radio station 107.7 The End.
Mystery Meet is hosting its first Seattle dinner on Tuesday, January 15th. Tickets will go on sale on Tuesday, January 8th. The location of the dinner won’t be revealed until 24 hours in advance, but clues will be posted at http://mysterymeet.org/seattle.
Mystery Meet is the creation of Seth Resler, an entrepreneur and marketing expert. Learn more at http://MysteryMeet.org.