Lunch Dating Tips

by Paul Smith

Today in your busy schedule you rarely get time for dating. For busy singles today, lunch dating is a great alternative. To ensure success with your noontime date, here are a few points to consider.

Try to arrive on time, don’t make nasty remarks, like any initial meeting, be kind and thoughtful and be gracious. Even if you walk in the restaurant and immediately know that you’re not attracted to the person, follow through with your date and behave in a polite and respectful manner.

First of all if you want to your senses so you can decide if you’d like to see this person again. Second, it’s just bad manners to get ripped the first time you meet someone. Lunch date should be very simple so forget to take any wine, beer, or hard liquor.

Most lunch dating organizations arrange not only a nice date, but also a great meal. They organize dates at the best restaurants in town, and many of these are places you probably wouldn’t just pop into on your regular lunch break. So enjoy it. Take the time to appreciate the atmosphere, the food, and the fact that no matter what, you are out of the office and doing something fun.

Don’t forget to exchange your phone numbers. Don’t wait until the last minute, then scramble looking for a pen and paper (or napkin!) in which to scribe down your digits. Plan ahead. Write your home phone and email down on the back of one of your business cards and bring it along.

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