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  • View author's info ( 63 / M / Waukegan, IL )

    meet for coffee or a drink, and after come over for hours of fun

  • View author's info ( 49 / M / Los Angeles, CA )

    The best way for two strangers to feel comfortable is to meet at an outdoor cafe for cafe/tea and snacks.

  • View author's info ( 64 / M / Myrtle Creek, OR )

    A daytime date where the venue is entertaining yet not distracting to the point of precluding a pleasant conversation; perhaps a street fair,a stroll through a flea market,a picnic at the park or on the beach,at any rate...  read more >>

  • View author's info ( 73 / W / Lakeland, FL )

    Under the Board Walk... keep wishing!!! Dinner at my parents? ... gottcha again!!! Now that your ready for the 1st one: Tutor me in Carpet Golf. We're in public, We have weapons, Plenty of places to hide, Easy to excuse...  read more >>

  • View author's info ( 59 / W / Garland, TX )

    Let's have a picnic at the lake. This would be a relaxed atmosphere with no expectations, no pressure to impress.

  • View author's info ( 62 / M / Naples, FL )

    ill let you choose that,as long as its not opera or political rally im game

  • View author's info ( 62 / M / New York, NY )

    manhattan and all it has to offer

  • View author's info ( 42 / W / New York, NY )

    It's warm. Finally!!! A walk in Central Park and lunch or drinks, whatever suits. Winter was easy-peezy!!

  • View author's info ( 41 / W / Birmingham, England - Warwickshire )

    Hmmm first dates....I like it when both of us can have a laugh like iceskating, bowling or fairgrounds. I find that being able to laugh and be yourself makes a good first date.

  • View author's info ( 62 / M / Thorofare, NJ )

    I think a nice first date would be a light lunch in a cafe and then some time walking around a downtown shopping area. This would give us time to talk and get to know each other, without too much pressure.

  • View author's info ( 72 / M / Auburn, CA )

    having a discreet dinner at a nice restaurant,

  • View author's info ( 61 / M / Columbia, MD )

    Wine bars seem to work, but I'd rather pack a picnic with good wine and snacks and meet at a park.

  • View author's info ( 46 / W / Northampton, England - Northamptonshire )

    Something fun that doesn't require too much skill, e.g. crazy golf, wine tasting or rally car driving , with a pub meal afterwards if we decide that we can face a conversation!

  • View author's info ( 50 / M / Brooklyn, NY )

    The classic picnic is big on romance Pack a blanket and a lunch: sandwiches, fruits, and drinks (maybe a bottle of wine?). Head to your local park or take a drive and stop at any scenic overlook.

  • View author's info ( 64 / M / Yakima, WA )

    Attending a local festival. Enjoying the activities, krafts, arts, and good food.