Dating in Central London
|| Finding the perfect
partner in a city as vast as London can be tricky, but
you’ll find plenty of places brimming with lovelies
in central locations.
Old Street, is a great night offering some funky and glam
vibes in a lavish environment. Check your image in the
reflection of a chandelier and then hit the dance floor
where you might just bump into a new friend under the
glare of the disco balls.
Create a romantic atmosphere before you even choose your
date for the evening by wandering into Jerusalem [map],
With low lighting created by candelabras there is definitely
an air of seduction about this place. Enjoy a meal or
choose from one of many drinks offers and give yourself
some courage to approach members of the opposite sex.
Find your Mediterranean match by sashaying along to Costa
Hanway Street. Located just across the road from the Tottenham
Court underground station, Costa Dorada is a real feel-good
venue and is a favourite with hen and stag parties which
means there’s plenty of single people getting worried
about being left on the shelf.
Cheer yourself up and find a fellow diner to party with
until the small hours or order a Spanish dish (and we
don’t mean a waiter) to share a romantic meal for
One of the best ways to get up close and personal to objects
of desire is to get along to a salsa class.
The craze for salsa has swept the UK and if you long for
a Latin infusion you should definitely get your best dancing
There are plenty of clubs in the area and one of the best
can be found at Fountains in the City [map],
If all of this seems like too much effort head to where
the groovy people hang at the 1960s inspired Langley [map],
Those who can remember when Terence Stamp and Julie Christie
used to skip across Waterloo Bridge together are probably
too old to enjoy it but for youngsters this is a great
place to chill in cool surroundings.
Meet laid-back and like-minded people in the bar or reserve
your area and “be seen”.
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