As an added benefit, since you’re so close to all the bars you’ll have a better chance at getting to know their staff. In order to make sure that they like you, stop by before the rush hits and just chat with them. And don’t creep on the hot female bartenders (unless they initiate it). A few years ago I went to an after-hours bar pretty regularly.
One night I was talking to a girl who was also talking to “William,” one of the bouncers.
Another sidenote: no one would logically choose to have kids. So with that established (and even if you don’t agree, you special little snowflake, humor me for a moment), let’s talk about dating. If you’re driving with her, at best you can hope that there’s not a lot of traffic.
Hey, I'm a lurker who decided to post out of sheer frustration.
I live in the rural south, so dating opportunities are few and far between.
Two Dating Stories Let’s look at my hated enemy: the dinner date. And if your neighborhood has difficult street parking at night, good luck.
You pick her up from her apartment and drive 20 minutes to arrive at the Italian Restaurant from Hell. On the subway it’s a victory if it doesn’t smell like piss. The only bad thing about cars is that you’re focused on driving, so it’s hard to keep you and your date having fun.
I'm not opposed to the idea of meeting people online, but I haven't really delved into the communities that are out there.