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  • author ( 21, man | Northampton, England - Northamptonshire, GBR )

    My idea is a meet up at a cafe in the town centre , have a little chat and get to know one another if interested of course

  • author ( 42, woman | Friday Harbor, WA, USA )

    Given the distance between us, seems like a zoom/video coffee meet up might be a good plan if that sounds good to you? A little live conversation can answer many questions, and reading someone's face beats texting and ju...  see more >>

  • author ( 53, man | Olympia, WA, USA )

    Is there still a Johnny Rockets on Melrose? I know it's kitchy but that was always my favorite place and a lot of fun. I'm a sucker for drawing a happy face in the ketchup. After dinner, it's fun to take a drive west...  see more >>

  • author ( 61, man | Hobson, MT, USA )

    how about we see if we build chemistry and meet up for lunch or coffee or we can take a long walk on the beach while holding hands and making each other laugh

  • author ( 49, man | Portland, OR, USA )

    coffee, water, soda, whatevs. Let's talk a bunch and walk - this is Portland...pick a spot and it'll be fun :) I'm a s*cker for real talk and the mushy stuff but don't overwhelm. I'm comfortable with me and I'm very open...  see more >>

  • author ( 70, man | Bridgton, ME, USA )

    I would like to meet and have a simple cup of coffee or tea or lunch and just get to know each other.

  • author ( 63, woman | Saint George, UT, USA )

    I think after a few conversations it would be nice for both of us to plan something together that makes us feel comfortable.

  • author ( 57, man | Saint Petersburg, FL, USA )

    Something simple and somewhat public. There are some great coffee houses in downtown Saint Petersburg. Brew D licious, Bandits...etc. First dates are stressful enough without adding to it. There should be an easy and res...  see more >>

  • author ( 57, woman | Lincoln Park, MI, USA )

    For the first date, I prefer a place to get to know each other better and not be distracted by some activity; Instead, I prefer an open area where you can just relax and spend quality time talking to each other so we can...  see more >>

  • author ( 52, woman | Asheville, NC, USA )

    I think it's very important to meet in person in a low stress situation. Such as meeting for tea or coffee and seeing if we like each other's company in the real world.

  • author ( 20, man | Reading, England - Berkshire, GBR )

    We'd probably head down to a local cafe and have a coffee together, Getting to know eachother a little better. Because you know what they say, Coffee brings out the best in everyone!

  • author ( 64, woman | Brooklyn, NY, USA )

    We would need to be a place where we can talk. Coffee cafe some place where it wouldn't be a long date just in case we don't hit it off.

  • author ( 42, woman | Irvington, NJ, USA )

    How about a get to know date at a Starbucks with coffee. Then if in person we connect, we can plan a date. Maybe a cooking class experience for couples.

  • author ( 60, woman | Everett, WA, USA )

    So perhaps the cliche of "Let's meet at Starbucks for coffee and see if we click at all" would be the safest choice for everyone...but is safe the most fun? Yeah, maybe not, but coffee or lunch probably would m...  see more >>

  • author ( 48, woman | Las Vegas, NV, USA )

    While I have not dated in a while, I think coffee dates are a perfect first step. It's casual and light and does not put a lot of pressure on the actual situation of being audited for future interactions. It's either cof...  see more >>