A NEW WAY TO MAKE FRIENDS.
Welcome to Atlanta’s first brunch subscription service, an exclusive resource designed to help women get out in the city and meet their new bff’s – because adulting can be hard and everyone loves a good brunch.
So. You’ve moved to the city or you broke up with your boyfriend or you happened to look around one day and realized that wine, your dog, and Netflix weren’t going to cut it forever. Your next thought is ‘Sh*t. I need to make some friends.’
So then you downloaded the Meetup app, RSVP’d yes and then flaked last minute. Suddenly the idea of going out and meeting a bunch of weird strangers at a mix-n-mingle sounded like the worst idea you’d ever had, and your next Real Housewives binge was calling. Or maybe you did the Bumble BFF thing, chatted with some people for a few days, and then finally managed to find time in both of y’all’s busy schedules to sit through an incredibly awkward ‘friend date.’ Enough is enough.
LET ‘BUT FIRST LET’S BRUNCH’ DO THE WORK FOR YOU.
01. TWO BRUNCHES A MONTH.
Members are given access to bi-monthly brunches, with the option to RSVP up to 48 hours before (based on availability of spots).
02. ONE MONTHLY FEE.
For nine bucks a month, you could meet your newest ‘Stranger Things’ watching partner – and that’s priceless.
We keep all of the brunches inside the Perimeter, so that once you do make friends it’s more likely that they live within reasonable distance to you.
04. UNLIMITED ACCESS.
Feel like coming to both brunches, every month for the rest of your life? You got it, babe.
We’ve taken the legwork out of it, so all you have to do is show up, be your beautiful self and make those friends you’ve been searching for.
Because it’s once every two weeks, you’ll be seeing some of the same faces over and over. This allows you the opportunity to form friendships in a natural way over time.
Hello… if you’re both lovers of brunch then odds are you’ve got loads in common. Love of brunch is a good screening mechanism for making friends, right?
We limit the size of our brunches to six people to facilitate conversation and allow for real connections to be made. No one is screaming across the table or wondering why the other end is having more fun.