Nov 29, 2017
"We had a hundred people come. They'd all paid £50 directly into my bank account. And at the point that they paid me, they didn't know where they were going to eat food, what food they were going to eat and by that point we just created this momentum that we were able to generate. And out of these people none of these were my friends. We generated a hundred real customers through social media, a little website, some branding, and some listings in some magazines."
Stuart Langley and Frederick Bolin, co-founders of The Disappearing Dining Club have thrown dinner parties in laundrettes, in lighthouses, film sets and fashion stores.
Stuart started the business in 2010 and since then has partnered and collaborated with a whole host of individuals, companies and brands from Google to Rita Ora to throw dinner parties that offer more than just great food and drink.
Do you love restaurants but also love dining in beautiful and unusual locations with a group of cool strangers where there are no menus and you eat what you're given?
Intrigued? Then join Stuart Langley as we tuck in...