It’s not like you can actually have a conversation, after all.
If you are hoping to meet a gentleman on a Friday night, the dark rooms, the loud music, and the all-too-often meat market vibe of a nightclub isn’t going to give you very good odds.
Being in familiar territory, if you will, is helpful in this regard. But in case you weren’t aware, many guys can’t or won't dance.
First, even if you're not the picky type, find a place that puts time, thought, and effort into their establishment—because that’s where you’ll typically find thoughtful, hard-working people who value their time. The bar is obviously the point of focus in the room, but more importantly, it’s much more approachable than an individual table.
Even the boldest of men will pause before approaching a woman seated at a table—the degree of difficulty is steep, and the potential for failure is off the charts. A man won’t have to traverse the dining section, you’re already at eye-level, and there needn’t be any open seats to have a natural conversation. Open up your posture a little bit to welcome a conversation.
So the real question is: if they are out there, how do you find the good ones?
gentleman Isaac Huss to give us a few pointers from a male perspective. With one notable exception, there really aren’t any bad places to meet good men. I know, I know, it sounds cliché, and you might not even be religious for all I know, but that’s not the point.