Convenient dining with a social twist

A kitchen table conversation about the difficulty of socialising in a new city led sisters Eileen and Catherine Sweeney to establish Dine to Meet, a dinner party service for single professionals.

24th November, 2007

A kitchen table conversation about the difficulty of socialising in a new city led sisters Eileen and Catherine Sweeney to establish Dine to Meet, a dinner party service for single professionals.

The Sweeneys launched Dine to Meet in Galway in October last year, and the business has expanded quickly. It now operates in three cities, after launching its service in Dublin in January and Cork during the summer. Eileen has taken the lead in the...

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