Foodie Card Launches, Aims To Be The Warby Parker of Dining

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Neil Foster of the burgeoning Tri-State Restaurant Club launches discount dining business, Foodie Card.

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Our goal is to provide incredible savings at incredible restaurants all while helping those in need.

Foodie Card, a subscription card that allows its members to save up to 10% at participating restaurants while helping those in need, launched today.

With every card purchased, the company will donate a day of meals to somebody in need, solidifying its mission to dine out with purpose. Foodie Card has partnered with nonprofits City Harvest and Island Harvest to support the ‘Buy A Card, Give A Meal’ concept.

“The cornerstone of Foodie Card is our ability to help everybody – the people, the restaurants and the community,” said Neil Foster, Co-Founder and President of Foodie Card. “Our goal is to provide incredible savings at incredible restaurants all while helping those in need.”

Neil Foster has been deeply embedded in the hospitality world since 2015 when he helped start the Facebook group Tri-State Restaurant Club (TSRC) which has evolved into a thriving community of engaged food enthusiasts. Built on the heels of the TSRC momentum, the Fosters created Foodie Card to serve a greater purpose.

Foodie Card already has thousands on the wait-list and has signed up top-tier restaurants to participate in the dine-in only discount concept.

"Rothmann's and Matteo's always shared a rich sense of giving back and it’s with that mindset that we’re proud to participate in Foodie Card,” added Jerry Sbarro, Owner of The Rothmann's Restaurant Group whose restaurants have joined Foodie Card.

Foodie Card is now available at, for only $29.99 a year.

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