Table22 Stock / Other FoodTechFounded: 2015

Table22 is a digital hospitality platform that enables restaurants to build their own subscription business. With Table22, businesses can communicate with and sell products directly to their patrons. Table22 was founded in 2015 by Samuel Bernstein and Sundeep Kumar and is headquartered in New York, NY.

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Management Team

Samuel Bernstein
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
John Purcell
Chief Marketing Officer

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News Highlights

Table 22, a restaurant subscription platform for fancy at-home dinners, launches in Philly
The New York-based service works with restaurants nationwide to offer monthly packages to local subscribers. In Philly, you can sign up for regular deliveries from chef Ange Branca’s Kampar Kitchen (two three-course meals, plus extras and educational notes, for $115 a month), or chef Ari Miller’s Musi BYOB (a monthly meal for two for $95), or from Messina Social Club’s Little Noodle Pasta Co (pasta kits plus provisions for $65).
Founder of Table22 explains how dining subscriptions support local restaurants
Throughout the country and here in Seattle, Sam Bernstein’s creation Table22 helps customers order a variety of dining subscriptions from some of the region’s best restaurants and breweries. Amazingly, some businesses have been able to generate almost six-figure revenues in the first two months of joining the platform.
Using Table22, Diners Can ‘Subcribe’ to These New Orleans Restaurants
Are you a fan of Alon Shaya’s Saba restaurant? Well now you can “subscribe” to it and several other New Orleans dining destinations thanks to a new service from New York-based food tech company Table22. The startup provides monthly or quarterly subscriptions to meal kits, ingredients, exclusive digital content, recipes and special events.
Updated on: Apr 20, 2024


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