About Us

More than a members-only society, The Supper Club is a restaurant without walls, an old-school social network of talented, sophisticated and like-minded individuals coming together for exclusive, salon-style soirees in alluring locations across the globe.

Reviving the traditional ways of entertaining with fresh and unconventional style, founder and British entrepreneur Tamsin Lonsdale hosts multiple invitation-only events each month at the hottest restaurants, gorgeous private estates and surprising spaces to charm the charismatic crowd that make up the membership base.

With high style, a discerning palate, and a unique sense of whimsy, The Supper Club now serves New York, Miami, Los Angeles and San Francisco.

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Meet the team
  • Tamsin Lonsdale


    As the daughter of fashion guru Tony Lonsdale and model Chekkie Maskell, Tamsin has become a renowned society hostess and party queen in her own right. With over a decade of professional party planning experience, Tamsin is an authority in the art of entertaining—and all that goes with it, from socializing to networking. After Tamsin graduated from Edinburgh University’s business program, she began traveling between London, New York, and LA, working as an in-demand fashion stylist. She noticed a recurring trend among the many talented, upscale men and women she met and worked with: they needed a way to consistently meet and connect with interesting, like-minded people. As her “little black book” grew, Tamsin started hosting dinner parties, which resulted in new friendships, romances, successful industry projects, and ultimately, The Supper Club.

    Now active in four major cities, Tamsin Lonsdale has fashioned a modern winning formula by marrying the timeless tradition of the dinner party with an exclusive society of social salons.

  • Tina Kobas


    Born in Australia, Tina Kobas has multi-cultural roots that inspired ar love of travel, film, theatre, fashion and people. The dynamic Kobas currently splits her time between Los Angeles and New York. Her bohemian fashion designs have graced the pages of Flaunt, Elle and InStyle magazines and her work as a producer and actress has created incredible artistic collaborations locally and abroad. A multi-skilled travelling gypsy, Tina’s warm personality and innovative mind is the brainchild behind many private parties and events for big hitters like Microsoft, Calvin Klein, Vogue, GQ, Yahoo, Proenza Shouler and BCBG Max Azria to name a few. She loves nothing more than combining her many worlds to connect fabulous people from all walks of life and is thrilled to use this skill as a part of the Supper Club team.

  • Pauline L'Herbette


    Raised on the Caribbean island of St. Martin until the age of ten, French American Pauline L’Herbette caught the travel bug early on. She lived in Connecticut, then continued her travels to France studying at The American University of Paris. Her career began in New York City where she has resided for six years. Her love of travel continues today with a recent relocation to Los Angeles. While in New York City, Pauline worked in events, marketing and sales for various publications. Most recently, Pauline was the Director of Luxury Partnerships at The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard Media Group. Having been raised by a French chef, event planning, fine dining and connecting others is in her blood—and is her true passion. She is thrilled to be a part of The Supper Club where she combines her professional experience with her love of bringing people together through unique experiences.

  • Katie Sweeney


    Katie Sweeney grew up in Northern California’s wine country where she hosted her first serious dinner party for her 13th birthday—an event that involved flowing Martinelli’s sparking apple cider and chocolate-covered strawberries. Since then, Katie has thrown dinner parties all over the world including the foothills of Bolivia and the beaches of the Bahamas. As a personal chef to the Newsom family, she orchestrated all of the Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom and his wife Jennifer Siebel Newsom’s events for two years.

    A journalist at heart, Katie was the founding editor of PopSugar’s food channel. Currently, Katie is the editor of Haute Living San Francisco. She’s also Forbes Travel Guide’s Bay Area correspondent covering wine country trends and restaurant industry scoops. Katie understands that parties are about people as much as they are about delectable appetizers, an unforgettable cocktail, and stunning floral arrangements. She’s excited to bring this expertise to The Supper Club table.

  • Christina Clare


    Avant-garde artist/musician/designer Christina Clare originally made her mark on the New York scene in the critically acclaimed performance art duo, HiChristina! Upon moving to the Lower East Side she set up shop selling her reconstructed vintage clothing until her stylish Orchard Street space quickly turned into a nexus of the downtown performance art world, and became one of the many storefronts she and filmmaker Fritz Donnelly would inhabit as a home for their fun and free-spirited happenings.

    Featured in The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Women's Wear Daily and The Huffington Post, HiChristina! she also caught the attention of countless style blogs and the pair were crowned TimeOut's "Most Stylish New Yorkers" described as "two scoops of fun" by the Village Voice, and dubbed "a fairytale" in the New York Times. When Christina is not moonlighting as a jazz singer or rehearsing her opera arias, she loves hosting The Supper Club parties and dinners, and holds a big place in her heart for her Supper Club family.