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  • View author's info ( 51, Woman | Edmonton, AB, CAN )

    Meet for coffee or a drink and just chat. I wouldn't really consider it a date per se. It's two strangers meeting to see how they get along; and find some common ground.

  • View author's info ( 57, Woman | Inverell, New South Wales, Australia )

    pack a picnic, to the local park or beach in a public place, take music and great food and conversation second date go for a trail ride

  • View author's info ( 67, Man | Woodstock, OR, USA )

    I figure we could meet in a place where we could chat comfortably in person and then change locations . . . change to where . . . well, the "where" would be determined by how well we hit it off in person...  see more >>

  • View author's info ( 45, Man | Burnaby, BC, CAN )

    Hmm, I do not really know. Too many options. How about riding some trails and having lunch somewhere in the forest? Or on top of a mountain? Or just go for a coffee first...

  • View author's info ( 76, Woman | Saratoga Springs, NY, USA )

    How about we meet for coffee in a cozy cafe if it's cold or an outdoor cafe if it's warm. Chat for a while. Then go to the gallery down the street to see some art.

  • View author's info ( 59, Woman | Clayton, IN, USA )

    Meet for a walk or cup of coffee. Relaxed not too much pressure. Like dinners or movies. Like to ride however haven't had much opportunity to do this and not a first date idea.

  • View author's info ( 67, Woman | Augusta, ME, USA )

    My first date would be meeting at a local coffee shop for a cup of coffee or a quiet little place for a glass of wine or drink of choice. Of course if it's not winter we could go for a horse back ride or walk along a tra...  see more >>

  • View author's info ( 65, Woman | Acton, CA, USA )

    I don't regularly dine out at fancy places, so, a nice cafe/diner is just fine with me! Chatting and getting to know each other is much more important than the price of the meal! There are so many things to talk about wh...  see more >>

  • View author's info ( 63, Woman | Gloucester, Glos, GBR )

    oh dear favourite date location suggestions including long walk on beach, mmm well I think I prefer to start friendships with some e mails, chat online, phone perhaps, and meet for coffee/lunch depending on distance : bu...  see more >>

  • View author's info ( 46, Woman | Hillisburg, IN, USA )

    A first date should probably be short and definitely in public. How about meeting for coffee? That way neither of us has too much invested ($5 plus gas) if we aren't interested. If there's a second or third date, then we...  see more >>

  • View author's info ( 45, Woman | Chantilly, VA, USA )

    Always a good idea to meet somewhere casual and see if we even "click." If everything goes well, we can take it from there.

  • View author's info ( 39, Woman | Indian Springs, OH, USA )

    I'm up for anything, however I like to do something that allows us the ability to get to know each other. Therefore, loud venues are usually not good for a first date.

  • View author's info ( 48, Man | H¿gersten, Stockholms Lan, Sweden )

    Why not start slow and go for a nice cup of coffe or tea at a nice and cozy caf somewhere in Stockholm? Or maybe start out with a nice riding experience out in the open air? :D

  • View author's info ( 74, Woman | Racine, WI, USA )

    Well, a first date should be in a place where we can visit without a lot of noise, for example, Starbucks or a restauruant for lunch or dinner. There is so much to learn about one another . Choosing that first date place...  see more >>

  • View author's info ( 57, Woman | Montreal, QUEBEC, CAN )

    mellow please. Lunch or even a coffee? If we dont hit it off as partners, we can still have fun chatting:-)