New Upscale Dinner Social Gay Club Launched

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Circleinthecity Host Private Member Dinner Party and Social Cocktail for Professional Men

─ Circleinthecity -The Alternative Social Network is proud to announce it’s Washington, DC launch of a new way for busy professional gay men to meet, network, and socialize.

Circleinthecity is the premiere networking and dinner club company providing busy professional gay men opportunities to meet, socialize and network in the Capitol city’s best restaurants and lounges, today announces plans to host the grand opening party at Dupont Circle’s Café Savino in April

The founders describe CITC as “a new concept, providing gay men a place to meet in a relaxed atmosphere and comfortable environment, while enjoying fine dining,” They added, “Functions will be arranged for small groups composed of six or eight compatible clients drawn from a client pool listings. Client pools will be selectively determined from the results of personal interviews, helping ensure a pleasant and rewarding experience for all. Circle In The City is a personal, elite service. We take care of it all− you just pencil it in.”

The company will also arranges dinner groups for gay couples interested in broadening their social circles and meeting new people. Each month, Circle In The City will host networking events for both members and non-members at venues throughout the Metro area and Northern Virginia.

About Circle In The City

Circle In The City, LLC, is the premiere networking and dinner club company offering cultured men opportunities to meet, socialize and network in the Capitol city’s most upscale restaurants and lounges. We provide busy professional men with a venue to exchange business leads, form friendships and enjoy a pleasant meal or cocktail in an elegant setting. We do all the work; our members make it an event!

The official grand opening party is April 1, 2004 at Café Savino in Dupont Circle. For more information please call (202) 466-1600

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