Yes, sometimes the simplest date ideas are the best ones.According to research done on the best date ideas by the dating app Zoosk, after dinner and coffee, a walk was the third most popular date idea for women in their 30s, 50s, and 60s and ranked 4th among women in their 20s.Location, Location, Location…In the event your date is going well and you get the vibe that your date is into you, it is always helpful to have options after a drink or after coffee (or whatever the first date happens to be).Having options nearby after the initial plan can prolong the chemistry during a date.Often times the best place is overly crowded, too noisy or has a long line to get into.You do not want to kill the mood of the date with waiting around too long or having to yell during the date.I cannot emphasize how important it is to research the location of a first date.As an online dating photographer here in San Francisco, I help clients with first date suggestions.
This gives the couple a chance to have casual small talk and understand each other’s perspective on life based on art.” It’s also a surefire way of killing any awkward silences: There will be an endless supply of great conversation starters all around you.
Here are some tips to consider when planning your date.
Focus on the Experience not the Best of XInstead of the focusing on the best bar or coffee shop, focus on the experience.
It pays to research for such scenarios ahead of time. Ideally places that are nearby within walking distance or at least easily accessible via a cab or public transportation.
Your date might be wearing non-walking shoes or have to walk up/down stairs and hills.