Our friends at Eater scanned through all 1408 NYC restaurants on OpenTable with reservations for two still available for tomorrow. Champions, these people.
NYC: Come See HowHookup Co-Founder Brian Schechter Share His Best/Worst Dating Stories
Since everybody has bad dating stories (including us), everyone will love the Date My Jewish Friend Storytelling Night — a slam where presenters will dig through their memories to share their best and worst dating and love stories.
At the (6th Annual) “No One Goes Home Alone” Party, no one goes home alone! Drink, dance, schmooze and scmooch your way through the night.
Here’s a reason to celebrate February (if you’re not into that whole Valentine’s Day thing) — it’s Hot Chocolate Month!
It finally snowed! Which means today is a great day to go on a hot-toddy-drinking, snow-angel-making, snowball-throwing HowHookup date. (As one member put it, “It’s just so romantic I could throw up.”)
Today’s Date of the Day is brought to you by…pirates. Obviously.
New York daters are a practical group: they’re time- and budget-conscious, and tend not to over-think things. And they want their dates to be educational and novel. Here are the keys to a great idea in New York City:
Immaculate Infatuation is hosting their second annual booze-soaked Turkey Leg Ball on November 30th — and it’s sold out, but we have two tickets ($120 value) for one lucky HowHookup member.
Get your (ancient) Greek on at “The Dark Underworld,” Sunday October 30th at La Caverna.
BrunchCritic’s “Orange You Glad It’s October” is an opportunity that no city-bound autumn enthusiast should miss out on.
Pumpkins, Puppets and Pigskin: HowHookup’s Fall Dating Trends in the New York Post
Over the weekend, The New York Post published an article on Fall dating trends using data from the hundreds of thousands of dates posted on HowHookup.com.
Today’s featured Date Idea on HowHookup in NYC is…
If you like arts, crafts, engineering, food, music, science and/or technology, you won’t want to miss the second annual World Maker Faire this weekend. Enter to win a free pair of tickets by reposting this date idea!
Woody Allen’s rhapsodic love letter to New York is undoubtedly his most romantic, thanks to no shortage of classic Manhattan locales, including the MoMA, Elaine’s, & the iconic shot of the 59th Street Bridge.
Despite the maddening crowds, we maintain that this frenzied event can still make a good date spot!
New Study Says 94% of Single New Yorkers Are Looking for a Long-Term Relationship
Yesterday, Match.com released the results of a study of the dating habits of New Yorkers. Let’s take a look at their findings, and see how they compare to ours.
NYC: What’s Open & Closed — Where to Get Bagels, Coffee & Brunch Today
What’s open & closed on Hurricane Sunday.
Will Your Favorite NYC Bar Be Open This Weekend? Check This List!
We called a bunch of bars in the NYC area to check and see what their hurricane contingency plans are.