Featured In: Caught In Southie

Featured In: Caught In Southie

A neighborhood love story

Like a lot of love stories, In Good Co. owners Kait McKenna and Emily (Em) Radkowski’s began four years ago with the help of a wingwoman. In this case (and in very 21st century fashion), the wingwoman was Bumble.

After living in Boston for years and finding that dating women in the city wasn’t easy, they both enlisted the help of a dating app. While Em was open to meeting anyone, anywhere, Kait set her location radius to only one mile away because she didn’t want to leave Southie, she says. Em has a different take: “She targeted me!”

Their first date was at North Square Oyster. Although Em had dated women before, her unusual nerves indicated that this one was different. Nothing calms the nerves like some oysters and wine—although it might have had the opposite effect in this case, because Kait was not a fan of the oysters Em ordered. Thankfully, it clearly wasn’t a deal breaker, seeing as they just got engaged at the end of July.

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