November 26, 2014 | The platform that connects chefs with eager diners, Feastly, announced that it raised $1.25 million in seed funding from the Westly Group. Some refer to the company as an ‘Airbnb for dinner,’ because chefs offer up potential meals and cooking classes for those who enjoy the home-cooking experience. Feastly was launched last year and is already providing culinary services in cities across the US, from Washington D.C., New York to Chicago and San Francisco. The startup is also a cleantech investor in companies like Good Eggs and Revolution Foods. Feastly was founded by Tel Aviv University graduate Noah Karesh.