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They also take a look at your Facebook and Linked In to see that you do interesting things and have an open mind.
"We've avoided that in London but I think it'll be tougher [to avoid that] in New York, especially because there's a lower price point," she says.
You can't deny that dating is becoming more and more niche, but does that give a chance to streamline the process of meeting someone or limit us?
There's a massive (and mesmerizing) fish tank in the center, which is surrounded with mingling twenty/thirtysomethings.
There's a skeeball machine on one end, a bowling lane(!
She explains that approaching it like a networking event could change the way the think about dating. The more I thought of it as a way to meet people, the more fun I had.