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I asked if she was okay, and she told me she was waiting for a date she met online.
'I’m not sure about this guy, but I’m going to give it a try,’ she said.
You can also always include the bartender in the conversation to kind of break the ice.
It’s like having another friend there.” — Jay Zimmerman, Sek’end Sun and Ba’sik“When is a date going bad? If you're on the phone a lot, we know you're not interested.
Get a sherry cobbler, a Cynar and soda, or vermouth on the rocks.Anyone who's comfortable in their own skin will make sure you are drinking what makes you happiest.” — Micaela Piccolo, Distilled“Each person should order what they like.Suggestions between each other are a good way to start talking, but it is a bad start to insist your date should try something different.I also think it's considerate to choose a place that is convenient for the other person to get to.” — Nathan Dumas, The Shanty“[The perfect date bar is] kind of a blend of old and new: low lighting, candles on the bar, classic old woodwork. Your date is the reason you are there, not the game.But, nowadays, the bar also needs to have a certain energy: not too in-your-face, but definitely feel-able. The bar you pick for a date says a lot about the environment you are accustomed to at home and in your everyday life. The time to bond over sports is later.” — Carlos Cruz, Sushi Samba“A place that has its music set just right will always make you feel comfortable, and possibly help you learn more about your date. No one wants to get to know you while they’re being elbowed by the happy-hour crowd.” — Micaela Piccolo, Distilled“[The bar] needs to be a place that’s conducive to conversation. Some places crank the music so loud, it makes communication challenging.
I do, however, pay close attention and make sure to jump in if they seem to run out of things to talk about.