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Midnight is a few minutes away when Mike, Heather and I leave the party.
After several hours of sipping and socializing, we decide to call it a night.
Tonight’s newest restaurant is tomorrow’s tired scene.
Last week’s smoking-hot date who you really connected with on a deep level is suddenly forgotten because that hot bartender with the tattoos over there keeps looking at you.
There is always potential for an out-of-the-park first date.
Most of these men in uniform can’t even drink and still have adolescent acne!
Not a Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte, Samantha foursome, nope!
You aren’t relegated to the movie theater at the local mall, and if you are going to see a movie you can go to places like Nitehawk and eat artisanal cheese while watching it.
Usually the best first dates start with a drink, maybe at a bar in the East Village, where you talk for hours and determine that you both share a love of dim sum and Chinese beer. Then, during the meal, you both discover that you both have stiff shoulders, so it’s off to a massage place on the Lower East Side for cheap massages.
And if your neighborhood happens to be more than three stops outside Manhattan? Yes, New Yorkers also pass on prospective mates because they're too nice, needy, live in a neighborhood that’s inconvenient, or are just plain weird. You’re usually meeting at the bar/restaurant/coffee shop. What if it’s one of the eight months a year when it’s freezing or those other four when it’s unbearably humid?