The platform claims to have more than 145,000 users in total with an additional 125,000 on the waiting list.
The company said it is planning to release a new version of its app in the coming months.
This one-of-a-kind event explores the science of attraction through a range of enticing sensory adventures.
Sensory Speed Dating debuted in 2013, and has since been held at a raft of music festivals in the UK and the US, as well as venues in London and New York – including the Book Club, the House of Yes and Littlefield.
Michael Krayenhoff, cofounder of The Inner Circle, told Business Insider: "Just like in London we'll be looking to create a close network like-minded, ambitious singles who all are in a similar stage of life and share a passion for what they do." People in New York have been able to sign up to The Inner Circle over the last couple of months but they've only been able to access limited features.
"This seems to be going very well so far,"Krayenhoff claimed.
Adventurous participants are given the opportunity to smell, hear, taste, touch, see and move their way to a greater understanding of the subconscious processes that drive our behavior and desires.
Guests discover what the smell of sweat tells us about a prospective partner, how eating raw kale and apricots transforms our capacity for flirtation, and why long vocal chords are sexy.
It now has about 4,500 members and a wait list with some 20,000 names, Tech Crunch reported.
Bradford said the app has orchestrated some 20,000 matches and led to 19 relationships.
The goal is to pull together a “well-balanced and high-quality” community of members who have been screened and are serious about dating. “If those are the two communities where you’re most likely to meet your mate, those are all heavily curated,” she told the site.
“We're not saying Tinder doesn't have its uses (hello Vegas! The League’s beta phase started with 1,000 young professionals in the Bay Area.
The app currently caters to San Francisco-area singles.