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Superb, meanwhile, leaves the planning process to you.
Superb, a new application from the founders of Y Combinator-backed social dining startup Grubwithus, is launching today to people to connect in the offline world.
Essentially a “Hot or Not” for local places, users swipe through a list of venue suggestions, including restaurants, bars, museums, parks, and more, registering their interest.
(The company has “years of runway” left thanks to an earlier .5 million round of funding, he says.) Grubwithus had aimed to send groups of friends and strangers to a new restaurant together by giving the merchant guaranteed business in the form of a prearranged number of seats under one prix fixe bill, but it also faced challenges in getting people to move from interacting online to connecting offline. Similarly, with Superb, the team is hoping for the same overall goal of getting people to interact in the real world yet again.
(The company pulls venue suggestions from Foursquare and photos from Instagram, we’re told.) You then swipe in one direction to indicate your interest, or in the other if the place is just not for you.
There isn’t much information on the place’s card itself, but if you say you’re interested in visiting that place, you’re then presented with a screen showing the others in your network who want to go.
While the concept also has some overlap with something like Meetup, for example, Lu says the idea is to offer a more lightweight experience.
Meetup requires more work and involvement, he says – you have to join groups, RSVP for events, and then when you arrive, sometimes only half those who said they’d go will actually show up.
As noted above, there’s an element of something like Hot or Not or Tinder in the user experience.
After signing up, you’re presented with images of places.