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A New App Connects Denver Diners to Exclusive Dinners

SupperClubb is partnering with local restaurants to offer members-only meals

SupperClubb, a new dining membership program, launched this summer

A group of friends hopes to bring unique dining experiences to Denver eaters with their new membership program, SupperClubb. It’s an app that connects diners to exclusive meals for a fee of $7 monthly.

“It was one of those circumstance where we founded the company because we couldn’t find something like it to use,” co-owner Evan Horibe said. He and his friends wanted to know where to find “extraordinary” meals out at restaurants. Via the app, SupperClubb’s members are now notified of special dishes, pop-up dinners, and tasting menus at participating local restaurants. The meals could cost around $10 for a single dish or more than $100 for a multi-course dinner with drink pairings. Each experience, from a wine tasting and winery tour to a five-course pop-up dinner, is offered exclusively to SupperClubb’s members.

“The fact that the world is going subscription, and the fact that I was getting kind of sick of things like Yelp ... there’s gotta be some technology or subscription that could make this easier,” Horibe had thought. After launching to a test audience earlier this summer, he and partners Tim Waddingham and Andy Drogo are now building up their roster of participating restaurants. Existing offerings are available at Concourse Restaurant Moderne, Red Square Bistro, Infinite Monkey Theorem, and with the private chefs of Via Alba. New offerings are in the works for fall and winter.

SupperClubb doesn’t charge its partnering restaurants, and restaurants charge what they want to SupperClubb customers. “We want to make it easy for awesome restaurants to participate,” Horibe added. The service also donates a dollar for every member payment to Food For Thought Denver.

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