Or, like this serial dater on a budget from Toronto, it’s for women (or men) intentionally “food hooking.” What are food hookers? Good for: Vegans, lacto vegetarians, ovo vegetarians, pescatarians, semi-vegetarians, etc.
You know, those people looking to never pay for a dinner out again while “fulfilling [their] restaurant hit list.” Sign up online here. Friendster and Olive Grindr, this anonymous social-networking app doesn’t mess around—it uses the help of i Phone location services to enforce a strict Applebee’s customers-only policy. What’s the deal: This dating site connects veg-heads with one another for a lifetime of quinoa salads and yoga. Good for: The “dairy-free & dynamic” or “celiac & sexy” What’s the deal: Singles With Food Allergies is meant to appeal to the older crowd, presumably, seeing as the website says it’s for “divorced, never-married or widowed individuals whose lives are all affected by food allergies.” Sign up online here.
" "How about we cure our own pork in our kitchen pantry and live happily ever after?How About We is all based on suggesting an intriguing first date, which fits well if you're trying to find someone that's just as food obsessed as you are.Imagine the possibilities: "How about we try the new food cart? " "How about we get wheatgrass smoothies and then hit up the tempeh reuben joint?Here are 10 dating apps and sites for food and drink lovers.Good for: Men looking to pay for restaurant dates, and women willing to go on them (or vice versa) What’s the deal: In the spirit of its tagline, “Chivalry is alive,” Hi Dine is a dating site for diners who embrace traditional gender roles.