YOUR TANGO - Sep 5 - Two Yale grads, Jerry Guo, 23, and Michael Waxman, 24, launched Grouper in June 2011. Grouper is an online social club (currently only in New York City) whose goal is to get you offline as quick as possible. First, you sign up for free. Once you're accepted (there's a waitlist) and matched with a compatible person, Grouper will give you a date, time and a reserved table at a hot location in the city. You bring two friends, your match brings two friends, and for $20 a head, you get your first round of drinks on the house. Unlike other dating sites, there is no physical Grouper "site," you don't have a profile, and there's no way to check out your match and his friends before you meet them in person.
by Faye Brennan
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