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Got an event that's not listed or need to update your events details?Add your Dating event free of charge, using our Promotion Centre.our entire website is filled with amazing London date ideas we’ve also created this: a humble collection of 100 date ideas which will help you to not only uncover the very best of London, but also secure the lifelong devotion of whomever it is you’re trying to impress.Which is known in NOTE: Want to verge a little further off the beaten track?Or if tucking into a perfect steak is more you and your partner's idea of good dining, pop over the road to unpretentious Argentinian eatery Gaucho. Technically in Mayfair but a mere hop, skip and a jump away from Soho is Blades at Hush, a small, 60's inspired dining room that aims to be a 'private member's club without the membership'.It's like they custom built this place for dates: the whole premise is – surely the name was a tip off – wine and charcuterie.Copita (D'Arblay Street) is a chilled out tapas bar with great wine, Quo Vadis is a Soho institution serving British cooking at its best and Jackson Rye, Richard Caring's brilliant latest venture on Old Compton Street, brings the best of New York dining to London.Alternatively, venture further south towards Picadilly and try The Balcon for a restuarant that will make her go 'wow' – the interior is inspired by Coco Chanel's 1920's Paris apartment, and the food and service are magnificent.

Venues like Pause, Apartment 58, Babble City and Ruby Blue all have specialised singles events, with many more venues hosting everything from speed dating to singles nights.The gentlemen's club vibe fortunately isn't taken too far, and the cocktail list is surprisingly fresh, and doesn't rely on straight classics.London is simply enormous, with a population of well over 8 million.We love it, and so does the rest of London: booking is essential. It's like an oversize library in a grand old house, but thankfully easily gets busy enough to keep a buzz up.You come here to impress: the place is all art deco details, beautiful old books and live music throughout the week.Just north of the Royal Opera House – and right across from the Royal Ballet School – the bi-level venue attracts a variety of dapper theater-goers With curry fast replacing fish and chips as the UK’s national dish, London’s Indian food scene is becoming trendy and even gourmet, a fact that is very evident at Soho hotspot Carom at Meza.

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