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Grabbing drinks has become one of the most popular first dates in the entire world for so many reasons. There are quite a few things that you can do, and things that you should not do that can make your date a success or a big flop. Grabbing drinks for a first date is one of the simplest yet most effective first dates ever. Remember, the purpose of a first date is not to impress the person you are going out with. Additionally, having a drink or two can help to relax the nerves of a first date and help you two to calm down and open up a bit.
Grabbing drinks as a first date is also cost-effective. Doing something simple like this allows you to be the star, not the amount of money you spent or the extravagance of what you planned. We wanted to make sure that we were clear here. That statement only applies if they are turning down the date because they want to do something more extravagant. There are actually a lot of instances where going out to the bar for drinks might not be the best idea for a first date.
Do you just want them to sit there and drink a soda while you slam beers? Second, if they are a heavily religious person, you might want to try something different. Keep in mind as well that you can grab drinks at places other than places that are exclusively bars. Restaurants, hotels, and lounges are great places to grab a drink and sometimes can have a really cool and fun vibe. If so, here are a few of our favorite online dating sites with some free trials to get you started. Consider this the first round on us? Take a little time and scout out the location before you pick it for a first date.
It would be awkward to head to a bar for a first date only to find out the bar is taken over by speed daters or a massive office party or something like that. Well, there are a few reasons. This is not ideal.
Second, you might be shooting yourself in the foot if there is someone else that frequents that bar that is interested in you. Probably not. Or, what happens if an ex-girlfriend or boyfriends frequents the establishment?
There are so many awesome places in every city where you can grab drinks for a first date. You had to expect this tip was coming. First, it puts you at a safety risk. Second, you have no idea how your date is going to react to it.
It can be a pretty huge turnoff to someone if their date gets drunk. But, a first date is not the place to go buck wild and show off how much you can drink. Something magical happens every now and then on a first date.
You both have nothing to do, and you can tell that no one wants to go home yet. So, you need to have a transition plan in place. Have something else in mind that you can do to extend the date that does not involve sitting there and continuing to drink. One of the easiest things you can suggest is grabbing dinner. You could stay where you are at and get food or transition somewhere close by to continue the date. If you do transition somewhere, please be smart about drinking and driving. Uber and Lyft are your friends. You can also strategically plan your date around somewhere with something to do close by.
They might have to be up early the next day or have something to do. One of the best parts about grabbing drinks as a date is that you are not locked into anything. There is always this point after the first round on a date where both parties try to decide if they want to get another round or if that is it for the date.
Written By: Jason Lee. Jason Lee is a data analyst with a passion for studying online dating, relationships, personal growth, healthcare, and finance. InJason earned a Bachelors of Science from the University of Florida, where he studied business and finance and taught interpersonal communication.
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