Our events offer a fresh alternative to speed dating and matchmaking.
We don't find anything romantic about whistles, name-tags or over-the-top party trimmings typically found at singles events so we have done away with them.
But Tinder and its ilk (apps like Ok Cupid and Hinge) aren't entirely to blame, argues freelance journalist and former Fortune reporter Jon Birger in The Washington Post.
There's been a lot of talk lately about how dating apps like Tinder are ruining romance.
A 2015 Vanity Fair story claimed these apps are responsible for a growing hookup culture, where anonymous sex has replaced traditional romance, because they give straight young men the impression that there's a surplus of available women.
Creating an atmosphere that is at once casual and comfortable. For those that prefer the same simplified experience in matchmaking we offer our 'Date Nights' free of contracts or commitments.
It's as simple as selecting your package, telling us your preferences and allowing us to arrange the evening. We are regularly approached by venues looking to have the cheekiest in the world of dating to their spots.
If we meet a dater we don't think you'll fancy meeting, we'll say 'No thank you' so you don't have to.
A low key, sophisticated approach to dating in New York.
“It’s still early days but Ollie is totally Stephanie’s type.
“She hasn’t been that lucky in love since joining the show but she says things feel different this time.
“Made In Chelsea” star Stephanie Pratt is dating Team GB rugby player Ollie Lindsay-Hague, The Sun’s Bizarre column can reveal.
The couple were introduced through mutual friends and made their first public appearance together on Tuesday evening.
The site gets almost 2,000 visitors a day, despite the fact that she only writes about two posts a month.