I had an awesome dinner at Townsman last week, and I got the opportunity to learn more about Circle Pay, a peer-to-peer payment app (and they’re actually headquartered in Boston — how cool is that?!) .
One of my favorite things about Circle Pay as opposed to some of the other payment apps is that it allows for instant cash out rather than waiting a few days, and there are no fees. Another great thing about it is that it allows for free cross-border payments between users.
Anyway, our dinner at Townsman started with some cocktails and a seasonal farm minestrone soup made with herbed pistou and farro.
For entrees, we had the option between a Char-Grilled Steak and a Butternut Squash Farro Risotto. I went with the risotto, but I couldn’t help but take a bite of my friend’s steak.
For dessert, I went with the delicious Chocolate Pecan Tart served with ice cream. It was the perfect way to end a delicious meal.
To pay for the meal, we created a group on Circle Pay and paid each other back. I love the group functionality on Circle, which allows up to 20 people in a chat. As someone who is usually organizing group events and dinners, it’s so much easier to create a big group on Circle to request money from people rather than be forced to make several requests to people individually.
You can also set up events pages on circle to collect money from people for things like charity fundraisers. I love that!
Click here to download Circle Pay on the Apple App Store, and here to download Circle Pay on Google Play. Use my code JXO7PE when you join and you’ll get $10 when you send $25.
Thanks to Circle for sponsoring this post.
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