Single in the City: Dating Advice Court Gestures Staying in can get dull. So spice up your evenings with these innovative date ideas, tailored to your interests. Compare notes at Great Lakes Brewing Co. Century Cycles offers free, guided night rides along a mile stretch of the unlit Ohio and Erie Canal Towpath Trail. The Peninsula-based shop requires you to bring your own gear and transportation — we recommend a bicycle built for two. There's only one place where your knowledge of Capt. JeanLuc Picard's favorite beverage it's Earl Grey tea, for you non-Trekkies will make you more attractive to your date, and that's at trivia night.
So challenge your sweetheart to a game of wits over cocktails at Happy Dog's Monday night challenge. Fine tune your downward dog beside your partner during a private session at Cleveland Yoga, which offers instruction for both novice and experienced Baptiste and Vinyasa practitioners at its Beachwood location or in your home. Elana Averbach, a clinical mental health counselor, offers one-on-one dating coaching, including advice on fashion and body language eye contact and genuine smiles are vital.
Averbach also hosts themed mixers think gatherings of only travel enthusiasts for her clients and the public. That's how much time you'll have to exchange information with other eligible singles at monthly speed dating events hosted by Progressive Daters, which boasts marriages over its year existence. You may not meet the love of your life, but sometimes it's nice to just meet another person you could go out with on a Friday night.
Tell Mike Green your dating desires, and the matchmaker will search his nearly member client database for a compatible lunch companion. They want us to do the work for them," says Green, owner of the year-old business. We don't just focus on the photo. We focus on the person and all their attributes.
Here are three fresh ways to look for love. Michelle DeLozier launched WH2 five years ago after ending a long-term relationship. Now nearly lesbian and gay singles mingle at happy hours hosted by the social group and its male counterpart, G2H2. Held at a rotating roster of local bars and restaurants such as Lago and Shamrock Tavern, the monthly events include free food and drink specials, and benefit charitable causes such as canned food drives and domestic violence shelters.
Cleveland Society for the Learned's rules: You must talk to three people and exchange digits with one before leaving its monthly book-swapping events, encouraging a call from a like-minded man or woman. Society president Akhil Kejriwal estimates up to 50 people — a mix of regulars and drop-ins — attend meetings at various restaurants.