Here are a handful of the most partisan bars in town for lovebirds interested in more than just bedroom politics.
In the city that’s groomed legends like Jerry Seinfeld, Adam Sandler, Louis CK, and Eddie Murphy, it’s a shame not to work a comedy night into your date repertoire. Here’s a list of options for an evening of laughter.
Put away your Clipper Card and grab some comfortable shoes and a helmet. These hiking and biking dates will show you the city by the bay like you’ve never seen it before.
In some cases, freedom’s just another word for suffocating crowds. But decent timing can help you and your date beat the hordes as your take in some of the country’s premier artistic, literary and technological attractions.
Chiara Atik is HowAboutWe’s writer in residence. Her book, Modern Dating: A Field Guide, is now available. For the next few weeks, she’ll be discussing topics from the book with bloggers, journalists, comedians, and other people with lots of opinions on dating. This week is her mom, Susan.
Whether you’re on Team Red or Team White, pair a bottle of vino with a cheese plate and good conversation at any of these intimate, wine bar date spots.
Ever wonder which station yields the most attractive singles? The Subway Matchmaker makes a living out of finding that out. Here are her top station picks.
There’s a little Gatsby in all of us. For a date that embodies the spirit of Henry and June, Ella and Louis, or Daisy and Gatsby, try some of these great jazz dates.
As the days get long and warm, the best way to appreciate this postcard life is out on the water. Here are some great NYC “We’re on a boat!” dates.
It’s no San Francisco secret that sunny days are few and far between the fog, gloom, drear and rain. Before you succumb to cabin fever, get off the couch and try these fun (and dry) rainy day dates.