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Treat your date to a meal at the Capital Restaurant in Knightsbridge.
The wine list is impressive and chef Eric Chavot’s French cuisine is world-renowned, but the decor is dressy-casual, so you can wear a jeans and a nice shirt and still be yourself on the date.
The loser has to pay for ice cream at the park’s Roehampton Cafe. Mix it Up Tolerance is the buzzword, so don’t be shy about asking out someone of a different race or religion.
There are large Hindu populations in Brent, Harrow and Southall, while the north London communities of Stamford Hill and Golders Green are home to significant Jewish populations. Strike a Fashion Balance In this fashion-forward city, you can wear something no one has seen before if you have the confidence to pull it off.
Ladies, opt for figure-flattering jeans or a flirty sundress with one killer conversation piece, such as a pair of lace-up heels or a funky headband.
And if you’re thinking of trying a cutting-edge hairstyle, go for it. Eat Like Royalty Despite England’s reputation for culinary mediocrity, London is home to some world-class restaurants.
If you want to surround yourself with the beautiful—and hopefully single—people, consider sharing a flat.
Having a roommate will defray the costs—and could lead to romance if that roommate can introduce you to available friends and co-workers. Get Outside English gardens are famous for a reason.
No one likes a whiner, but a cause you care deeply about will help you connect with like-minded people and show off your passionate side.