paying to dine out...at someone else's home?
I first read about this through Air Canada's online En Route magazine's "Dinner with Strangers" article (PS - EnRoute is definitely one of the best airline magazines out there...it actually has content I want to read).
It's like going to a restaurant...but instead of a restaurant it's a dinner party...at someone's home. And you pay for it. Apparently all the cool kids are doing it in New York and San Fran. What do you think about this? Too "close to home" for a nice dinner out? Great opportunity to meet people and have a more social dining experience? Or would you spend all your time judging their house instead of enjoying the food?