How’s this for a dating dilemma? One of the girls working in our building is a real knock out. I’ve asked her out for dates a couple of times but to no avail. She is taking night courses in accounting, so dinner dates are out. I also get the sense that she doesn’t like the pressure of a weekend date—the notion that the sheets get turned down when the sun goes down. She seems to like me, but I just can’t find a way to fit into her schedule.
Any hints? —A.A., New York, New York.
We have found the early-to-rise, early-to-bed system works. A 7:30-A.M. session of racquetball or a jog around the park (followed by a shower) is a simple low-pressure way of getting to know someone. If you want something less athletic, try a breakfast date at one of the swankier hotels in your city. (No, we are not suggesting A morning-after room-service rendezvous—that comes later). A breakfast can be just as elegant as a candlelight dinner and, in most cases, a hell of a lot less expensive. The atmosphere is unhurried—it is less noticeable if you go in later for work than if you take a long lunch. You can become better acquainted and eventually break into prime time.
Depending on where you are in the city a good bagel and lox with some tea or coffee is always a good choice, maybe even a walk in the central park if there’s time.
In Toronto, King West offers the best selection of restaurants for these types of rendezvous, it’s July now so a walk and a coffee is also a great option.
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