Meal Sharing was born of a desire for genuine cultural exchange around the world.

It's a platform in which food becomes a passage to different people, perspectives, and experiences.

That moment desired by travelers, the one where you eat a new dish and hear about its origins, when you taste a recipe passed down from generations, when a host opens up their home—it’s the type of authenticity that lights the fire of wanderlust in many, yet unfortunately it’s often never reached.​

Instead more likely one will softly accept the trendy restaurant highlighted by a travel guide or the most convenient location found by their phone. No matter how good the dining experience at a restaurant, at the end of the day nothing lets you understand a place like sitting down in a local home. Nothing beats sharing a meal.

 

Storming to the forefront of the shared dining market, Meal Sharing is thriving after it’s inception in 2015. The company now boasts meals shared in over 150 countries.

Only time will show how MealSharing.com grow, but one thing is for certain, there will be laughs, stories, and meals shared along the way.​

MEALSHARING

 

Off the Morgan L in Bushwick, at the McKibbin Lofts, along a handmade table in a warmly lit room, travelers from around the world gather together.

They’ve never met before this night, but already they feel as if they’re  home. Together they laugh, drink, swap stories...and share a meal.

 

This is the scene created by MealSharing.com. With a name synonymous with the social experience it creates, one can easily grasp the primary concept behind Meal Sharing.

 

 

Much like AirBnb allows any person to turn their spare room into a hub for travelers, Meal Sharing allows any home to turn their kitchen into a dining experience.

Breaking Bread Around the World​

MEALSHARING

 

MEALSHARING

 

Breaking Bread Around the World​

Meal Sharing was born of a desire for genuine cultural exchange around the world. It's a platform in which food becomes a passage to different people, perspectives, and experiences.

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Mealsharing:  

Breaking Bread Around the World

Much like AirBnb allows any person to turn their spare room into a hub for travelers, Meal Sharing allows any home to turn their kitchen into a dining experience.