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Dating in Glasgow: Film and Food
Glasgow’s most famous artist, Rennie Mackintosh, loved using a heart motif in his work. Perhaps he was inspired by Glasgow’s romantic side. If you’re looking for some date inspiration, here are some ideas…
Head to Glasgow’s West End, which has no shortage of pubs, restaurants, galleries and even the local cinema.
Start the night cosying up on a couple's sofa at The Grosvenor cinema before heading to Ashton Lane for a post-cinema date. The Ubiquitous Chip’s low level lighting, roaring fires and excellent selection of ales and whiskies make it a perfect spot for a date.
If things go well, you’re surrounded by restaurants like the laid back Vietnamese eatery The Hanoi Bike Shop and the French bistro La Vallee Blanche.
As you can see Glasgow dating has no shortage of restaurants and pubs, but wait, there’s more - read on for some arty and thrilling date ideas!
Glasgow Dating for Thrill Seekers
Your #1 Glasgow dating site (that’s us in case you’re wondering…) would never tell you just to catch a movie, or go for a drink. Those are dates you will have at some point, so we love to give you tips for them, but there’s more to dating in Glasgow than that. Below you find some more interesting dates.
Scientists have found that adrenalin-packed dates can help couples bond, so why not test the theory out by booking you and your date in for the Alien Apocalypse experience at The Arches? After being chased around the basement of the arts venue by scarily convincing actors, grab a drink in the bar upstairs to recuperate.
Glasgow has one of Britain’s liveliest arts scenes, so pop your heads into the Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA) or catch a lunchtime play, so that you can say you’re au jour with what’s happening on the cultural scene. Oran Mor’s A Pint, a Play and a Pie can always be counted on, and you get to enjoy your play with a warm pie washed down with a glass of wine or a pint.
Remember to try seasonal dates as well - ice skating in winter, picnic outside the city in spring, a play at the Edinburgh Fringe in summer and Christmas markets around, well, Christmas.
Cupid - a Free Dating Site?
Online dating is one of the least expensive ways of meeting new singles - a membership costs you the equivalent of two drinks. If you look for love in bars and pubs, you'll be frustrated on days when you don’t meet someone interesting, which will take the fun away from your social life.Also, you will spend a lot more money than you would online.
Free online dating doesn’t really exist as it costs to run dating sites - if something’s free, there are paid ads on the site and you’ll likely have to upgrade your membership for a cost. However, Cupid does offer a free trial that you then upgrade to be able to contact people, so that you can check out the other members before you decide to join. After all, you will want to know if it’s the site for you.
Whether you are looking for senior, twenty-something, or gay dating, Glasgow’s#1 dating site, cupid.com has what you're looking for. Fun, flirtatious, serious, gay, or lesbian dating - Glasgow has it all!
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