From personality types to modern dating tools, such as Tinder , these free evenings are all about learning how to up your dating game.
You never know, Mr/Miss Right or even Mr/Miss Right Now could be in the room with you as you get to grips with the modern day dating game. Admission: Free On the first Saturday of each month a small group of professional singles (that’s singles that are professionals not professionally single people) gather in the Russell Court Hotel for a little lively debate, finger food and cocktails.
Well, no, but it does give you common ground for chats.
Even if that common ground is hating on Vinny in Accounts. Admission: €39Based on culinary escape, each of these Friday Night Supper Clubs focuses on a different city for inspiration.
Bring a pal for moral support and chuckles or just shimmy on in yourself. Yep, speed dating may appear dated but the good folks at Café en Seine are hoping to up your chances of a match by grouping like minded mates together.
Laughter is guaranteed and sure what better icebreaker is there than that? Aimed at the Dublin professional (with an minimum earning ask of €40k) the age bracket on these evenings is 30-40.
That’s a lot of meals for one, a lot of cabs for one and a lot of remote controls for one, no, wait, that last one is a good thing.
If you are on the lookout for love and/or lust, there are several options for meeting like minded Dubliners and we’re taking a peek at just a few: These evenings are designed for those of us wanting to dip our toe into the single scene in the city but are pretty clueless as to how to go about it.
These friendly classes held in the Turk’s Head are notoriously good for the craic, with affable, approachable instructors that will make you feel at ease.
Don’t panic if you feel this is too much pressure on a first night though, as there’s also a section for mingling.
Aprés chats and drinks, the night continues in a second venue, only revealed on the night.
Trained chefs will talk you through the menu choices for the evening, over a glass of wine.
Then it’s onto the hands on part of the evening in the specially equipped kitchens.