Pubs are good because they have booze, which, for some, is an essential part of the dating process thanks to either nerves or lack of personality.
1) Coffee date If you’re not too sure about someone – or they’re not sure about you – maybe a low-key coffee date is the one. With coffee shops rivalling only funeral parlours and the nappies aisle at Boots for dullest place on Earth, there’ll be few distractions.
Not because I don’t like restaurants – as the waistbands on all my trousers can testify – but watching someone eat on a first date can be very, very unsexy.
People have varying ideas of what’s acceptable manners at the dining table and I have sat on the business end of most of the worst.
Yes, afterward, you can discuss the movie, but if one starts ripping into it while the other thought it was a beautiful portrayal of the human condition, you’re looking at an A-grade, express boner-killer.
Only go to the cinema with people you already like or, at the very least, love to hate.2) Restaurant I’m generally a “no” when it comes to going for food on a first date.
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If it starts to go well and you’re ready for more than an almond latte, you can always move on to the…2) Pub You can’t go wrong with the pub, can you?