Something special happens when we surround ourselves with other people who share values that we hold dear. We’re hardwired to depend on one another for survival.
Our brains naturally crave feelings of inclusion and acceptance to be part of a community. Deep down, people want to feel connected to others and what better way to connect with others than around a dining table. Would you dine with strangers in somebody’s home and pay for it? If you knew that your friend circle would increase because of the connections made around a dining table would it encourage you?
There’s a cohort that embrace ‘different’ with ease. They are the ones comfortable with the unfamiliar. Unpredictability excites them. For some, there is a level of apprehension that creates a sense of intrigue around something different, but deep down they know they really should try it. For others, the willingness to embrace the unknown is more challenging.
Would you dine with strangers if you knew there was an opportunity to connect with like minded people in an alternative social outlet?
If those strangers were in the same position as you, a level playing field as such. Would that make it easier for you to arrive into somebody’s home, meet a group of people you do not know and sit with them? George Bernard Shaw said “There is no love sincerer than the love of food.” And it is food that is the icebreaker that brings diners together and connects them with home cooks. Tabero as a company, is the facilitator, embracing the exploding sharing economy and providing users with the opportunity to meet new people and make new friends in homes and private spaces around the world, starting in Dublin, a city in a country that embraces diversity and difference.
By developing technology, initially for a web-based platform that promotes safety, trust and helps trigger the natural curiosity of particular social groups, Tabero is giving users the chance to embrace algorithms and the ancient ritual of dining together to find and eat with their tribe. Tabero differs from other brands that are currently out there because of the unique booking system within the technology that it has developed. By allowing users to see who is already booked around the table some would say it is moving into the dating area encouraging people to dine, dare and discover.
Dinner date anybody? Sign up here www.tabero.club