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So how is this different than just going to a cool new bar with your friends on thee weekends?

"Even if we pitched these as 'cool dating parties', you can't bring a friend," she says.

We walk around for about 20 seconds and stop abruptly when we spot a guy coming out of the elevator.) bar and founder Nana Wereko-Brobby just introduced me to a cute guy and then left us to another woman.

The bar is hopping and sort of feels like a rich person's basement.

There are a bunch of them at the parties, and when you meet one, you'll definitely know. "The idea is that we hire outrageously loud hosts, so it's different from being a party host. Instead, it's marketed as more of a social club where you can attend cocktail parties at trendy venues and oh, btw, everyone's eligible.

On the site you'll see things like "a vetted crowd of eligibles" versus "find a relationship or " meet your soulmate".

Wereko-Brobby used to live in New York and agreed the dating scene is tricky.

"It's hard to people In London but I think it's much easier to meet people there than in NYC."While she says you'll often see people making out at their parties (I did), her biggest fear with the company is that it'll become a hookup party.

Wereko-Brobby says Social Concierge appeals to two types of singles: ones who are at a point where they're serious about meeting someone (after all, they paying a monthly fee) and think modern dating is pretty cringeworthy, or secondly, they're just getting back into the scene after a long-term relationship and need some confidence-building.