Dating suggestions london
So far hundreds of single Londoners have taken part in events such as wine tasting, dinners and dancing, classes in cooking and photography, and relaxed drinks in London’s bars on nights.
By registering with you’ll be first to hear about these, giving you the best chance of finding a date.
Private dining in London doesn’t just happen 10 years into a marriage.
If you want to ‘wow’ your date, then a quiet corner or snug in a restaurant can give you the exclusivity of private dining without the cost.
July is 30 Dates’ birthday month, and so we’ve been celebrating in a whole host of ways.
One of the images which became attached early on to the blog was a black and white photo of me, taken at my friend’s wedding.
The world-famous Natural History Museum is the perfect location for an interesting date set amongst some of the most beautiful architecture in the city.
Perfect for a rainy day, this free museum has something to delight, inspire and give you an easy way to get to know one amongst the relics of bygone eras.
Participating venues include Café Rouge, Bella Italia, Prezzo, Beefeater, La Tasca and Strada. And just remember to add a pinch of salt when choosing a restaurant, whether for a blind date in London or, if you both get on like a house on fire, head for one of London’s 24 hour restaurants.
If you want to surround yourself with the beautiful—and hopefully single—people, consider sharing a flat.
Having a roommate will defray the costs—and could lead to romance if that roommate can introduce you to available friends and co-workers. Get Outside English gardens are famous for a reason.
Tasty and hopefully tantalising, a dinner date in London is a good old fashioned way to get to know someone new.
It might be fine dining or a bite to eat at your local café – whatever you fancy – a dishy date can be the order of the day.