The art of dating in new york city
Every night of the week at this underground West Village bar you'll find live music (Latin jazz, for example) and games like foosball, ping pong, and chess -- all of which guarantee there will be zero awkward silences. Three times a day at the Central Park Zoo (am, pm, and pm), visitors can watch the sea lion feedings before taking a stroll around the central gardens.While the whole aphrodisiac thing has mostly been debunked, oyster happy hour is never a bad idea (assuming your date isn't allergic to shellfish...).During the summer, stick to the neat rows of roses or follow the crowds to the flowering cherry blossom trees.Come winter, warm up in the greenhouses or while admiring the museum-like collections of bonsais.And the good news is, no matter what neighborhood you're in, there's bound to be a great one nearby.After dinner or drinks in DUMBO -- Juliana's for pizza or Gran Electrica for a tequila drink -- make your way over to Brooklyn Bridge Park to check out the beautifully restored Jane's Carousel, which is enough to conjure romance worthy of a Nicholas Sparks book.Central Park and Madison Square Garden always beckon, but where else will you journey?• Party in a Museum - Yes, you read that right, and admission is free!
Also included are non-profit art galleries, arts centers, and cultural centers with galleries.
No matter how well you two know one another -- whether it’s your first Tinder date or you’ve made it to the one-month mark -- the city is full of ways to actually have fun on an early-in-the-game date.
But don’t make it harder than it has to be by subjecting your date -- and yourself -- to a painfully ordinary night of dinner and drinks.
After a wild single ladies night, Carole catches up with Heather at the Highline to discuss her dating life.
Later, Carole gets her game on with Luann’s hot, younger chef, Adam.