Entrepreneur Dad partners with top Toronto restaurants to help get parents out for date night

Entrepreneur Dad partners with top Toronto restaurants to help get parents out for date night
30% off at hand-picked restaurants give parents the incentive to spend quality time together as couples

Online PR News – 01-June-2011 – – TORONTO, ON, – DiningDateNight.com , a private restaurant reservation website, is launching to the public today. Members get access to exclusive offers at top Toronto restaurants.

David Bloom, the website’s founder and a father of two, believes that parents need to make an extra effort to get out together while balancing work, life and family. “Just like you schedule play dates for your kids, it’s important to schedule date nights for yourselves,” says Bloom.

DiningDateNight.com members (membership is free) pay a $10 reservation fee and get 30% automatically deducted off their entire bill. There is no cap on the savings and there are no coupons, which can be awkward for both customers and servers. “The savings associated with booking through DiningDateNight.com are to give couples that extra push to get out together and connect more regularly over dinner and a glass of wine,” says Bloom, “Why wait for Valentine’s Day, Anniversaries or Birthdays to celebrate the relationship you share with your partner? It’s just as important, arguably more, to connect on a non-occasion Tuesday night, for example.”

Bloom is hopeful that DiningDateNight.com will encourage parents to make quality time for each other. “We are not just about the savings. We are about enabling people, especially parents, to experience the perfect date night at the best culinary establishments that Toronto has to offer.”


About DiningDateNight:
DiningDateNight (http://www.diningdatenight.com) is a Toronto based startup that provides a marketing and demand management tool for top restaurants. Restaurants use the service to discreetly lower prices on a certain number of tables that they know will otherwise go unfilled based on its traffic patterns. Consumers use the site to access a curated list of restaurants, book their reservations online and get exclusive savings automatically applied to their bill.