About Feastly’s Mission

Feastly Chefs

Feastly Chefs

What began as a modest enterprise of in-home pop-ups has grown into a social network connecting adventurous diners with talented cooks in unique spaces. From ardent home bakers to Michelin-grade chefs de cuisine, the Feastly marketplace allows all cooks to exercise their culinary skills, share their food stories, and monetize their passions. For diners, Feastly is forging a community of food lovers, encouraging them to interact with each other and the chefs while experiencing diverse cuisine.


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6 Comments

  1. What a fantastic business concept! Attended my first Feastly meal last night – it was superb! Best wishes to your company!

  2. Guys, My hat is off to you. This is a phenomenal idea. I run a blog over at thefoodpronographersguide.com. Not only will I attend meals at other people’s houses, I desperately want to host my own meals. I saw the low country boil and was jealous that that individual got to it before me. I have a plethora of southern cuisine that I would love to share with fellow foodies and travelers.

  3. Debra Brender says

    I live in Monte Sereno, CA (South Bay, near San Jose, CA). I would be interested in feasted or being a chef. How do I sign up? Thanks, DB

  4. Dear Feastly,

    Thanks…Your website helped me do research on local places and for a recent Examiner.com article.

    Below is the link to the article I wrote that mentions Feastly as among some local places to enjoy a home-cooked meal with strangers (but not for too long).

    Please feel free to post the article or share it. Also, you can comment on the article or subscribe and get more upcoming SF Food stories.

    http://www.examiner.com/article/social-media-cooks-up-social-meals-to-share-with-strangers

    Regards,

    Harris II
    SF Food Examiner

  5. Jake M. says

    What a great idea. I absolutely HATE going to restaurants; bad atmosphere, boring food, often overpriced, hate forced tipping for poor service, not knowing who cooked the food, etc. Would love to see this concept come to smaller towns in the south.

  6. Dr. H. Lecter says

    What a splendid idea. I would be delighted to have you for dinner in my home. I shall be preparing some fava beans and open a nice Chianti.

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