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Each neighborhood includes picks for a first date bar, a second date bar, and a third, for a couple that’s exclusive-but-not-exclusive. Gallow Green — This rooftop stunner provides plenty of discussion points for any lags in first-date banter.

Second date: Sons and Daughters — This small restaurant/bar across Chelsea Market is a fine place to get to know someone over drinks.

Decide whether or not it’s too soon to share a charcuterie board over cocktails in this cozy, nicely-lit space.

What do popular dating apps and brick-and-mortar storefronts have in common? But that’s about to change, as Bumble, the popular female-led dating app, is opening a pop-up location in New York City.

Bumble is calling the space the Hive, and it will be a month-long installment designed to be a space for dates, Bumble fans and really anyone — to just hang out and soak in the Bumble brand.

And then, as if someone had given a signal that I clearly didn’t catch, my friends started getting married.

Women I never thought of as codependent, couples I never imagined needing the safety of marriage; because they weren’t, they didn’t. Like all good business school graduates, my friends and I did the math — if you wanted to date someone for a few years before marriage, and then live together for a few years before kids, and then maybe even have another kid, and do it all before 40 — well, yeah, it was time.

Here at Eater, core staff has a theory about dating.

The gist of it is that before going on a first date, the first three dates need to be completely planned out, with attention paid to newness, coolness, and locations across the boroughs.

Here's how it works: We search our database of thousands of Washington, D.

C.-area singles until we find a pair with romance potential.

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