Chez Dine connects people in the sharing economy with the unity of a meal. What does that mean? We like to think of ourselves as the newborn baby of Airbnb and Uber. You can stay in a stranger's home; drive in a stranger's car; and now with Chez Dine you can eat in a stranger's home. Chez Dine connects foodies with in-home dining options as well as restaurant choices. Check out our marketplace and search for a variety of dining options. We are very proud to be building a community that is engaged, sharing, and delicious.
Do you love dining out and meeting new people? Chez Dine has taken your love for dining and love for home cooking and infused them together. Now you can book a meal in a stranger's home, or pick up take out, or book a private party for you and your guests.
Do you love to cook and want to share your art and hospitality with others? We invite cooks, chefs, homemakers, foodies, hospitality lovers and anyone that loves the kitchen, to apply to be a Host with Chez Dine. Set your own menu, schedule and dining experiences. Join us in providing one of a kind culinary experiences!
Subscribe your restaurant or venue to Chez Dine. We will fill your empty seats; promote your culinary specialities, highlight your events and provide unlimited listings.
People who love to eat, are always the best people and Chez Dine is the perfect tool for connecting us. The taste of togetherness is an experience not only to please our taste buds but to nurture our souls. We had the pleasure of hosting a Farm to Barn City Limits dinner with Chez Dine in the summer. We are foodies and loved sharing our passion, property and purpose with likeminded new friends
I heard about Chez Dine through a friend. I was a little nervous about going to a strangers house for dinner. Not really knowing what to expect. However I'm sure I recall feeling the same way when I stayed at my first Airbnb. I took a friend along for security and courage and away we went. We choose an Thai experience. We ended up being around a table with five other people we had never met. I was a bit shy at first, only talking to my friend . However everyone at the table got along so well. The food I could go on about all day. The attention to detail, texture and taste was amazing. The host David isn't from Thailand but lived there for a short time. His stories were so interesting . I highly recommend David and Chez Dine!