New York Dating Guide and Romantic Attractions

<p>What could be a better way to spice up your date than a trip to &ldquo;the city that never sleeps&rdquo;? Perhaps you&rsquo;ve just met someone from those ubiquitous online dating sites and are looking forward to a night (or day) chock full with excitement. New York, with its endless array of clubs, restaurants, concerts and what have you is a perfect place to hang out, have a drink and indulge the eyes and palate.</p> <p>Every night in New York offers a chance to do different fun things according to individual tastes.&nbsp; If you and your date are somewhat of a night owl and would like to spend the night with good food and good music, plus a bit of the unusual, head over to Jekyll and Hyde in Greenwich Village. The place is said to be haunted, and with a good dose of spookiness (special effects include unusual artefacts from around the world that seem to come alive and grab you) combined with live entertainment, Jekyll and Hyde promises to be a great place for eccentric couples looking for a taste of the bizarre.</p> <p>Tickle your date&rsquo;s funny bone with a visit to Caroline&rsquo;s On Broadway. The place is famous for having the best stand up acts this side of the planet, so don&rsquo;t be surprised if you end up still laughing long after you&rsquo;ve left. Be warned, though: the comedians often harass (playfully, that is) customers, so if you don&rsquo;t fancy being on the receiving end of jokes, skip Caroline&rsquo;s.</p> <p>Rose Bar at the Gramercy Park Hotel along Lexington Avenue is a real feast for the senses. Featuring masterpieces by 20th century artists, custom-designed furniture and exotic cocktails, Rose Bar is perfect for those with a thing for the haute.</p> <p>Gay couples should feel right at home in Chelsea, the nucleus of gay culture in NYC.&nbsp; About 200 art galleries, the place is home to countless gay bars and nightclubs. Try the sleek yet unpretentious g Lounge on 225 W. 19th St. which offers the perfectly chilled martini this side of the city.</p> <p>For couples who are quite into the serious and intellectual stuff, a visit to the Federal Hall in downtown Manhattan is right up your alley. Lovers of history and art flock to this site to get a feel of New York&rsquo;s colonial past, marvel at the Greek Revival style architecture, and check out the actual bible that George Washington placed his hand on when he was sworn in as the first president of the United States in 1789.</p> <p>An evening cruise through NYC Harbor will afford you a mesmerizing view of the New York skyline and its famous skyscrapers and a close-up view of the colossal Statue of Liberty. Sip a cool glass of Chardonnay and enjoy the sunset while listening to the light tour commentary.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> <p>For couples really wanting to get a feel of New York beyond the vibrant nightlife, your trip will never be complete without a visit to the enchanting Niagara Falls. Formed during the last Ice Age about 10,000 years ago and a fave spot for honeymooners, Niagara Falls is perfect for nature lovers. Don&rsquo;t forget to sample the tasty treats in one of the restaurants overlooking the falls.</p><p style='font-style: italic;'><p>About the author. Matt Fuller is a matchmaking consultant for various <a href="">free dating sites</a> in both Australia and America. Matt has been a full time writer for several high profile <a href="">dating websites</a> over the last decade.</p></p>

One Response to “New York Dating Guide and Romantic Attractions”
  1. Sheena Ricarte says:

    I love dating in NYC and I love my date πŸ™‚ He’s such a Cultured β™₯ Unique β™₯ Wildly Imaginative β™₯ Unconventional β™₯ Understanding β™₯ Deep β™₯ Amusing β™₯ Inspiring β™₯ Man πŸ™‚ A lovely treasure πŸ™‚

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