Have you reached the point in your life where you’re ready to find that someone special? You’re not the only one; there are thousands of singles across Ireland who’ve decided to hang up their casual dating boots and get serious about the search for love. But how do you go about meeting these potential partners? EliteSingles has the answer.
Dating in Dublin
Dublin is not the easiest place to be if you’re serious about finding love; all of us who’ve stepped inside Coppers will agree that a night on the town isn’t the most effective way of meeting Mr or Mrs Right! This is the reason EliteSingles was founded – to create an alternative way for like-minded singles to find each other. And find each other they do; EliteSingles is proud to have brought long-lasting love to couples across the country.
Meet Dublin’s best singles
EliteSingles members are mostly vibrant, interesting singles, aged between 30-55 and on the search for a long-term or committed relationship. Our matchmaking system consists of two parts; the personality test, which allows us to understand who you are as a person, and the partner questionaire, which enables us to offer tailored partner suggestions which are in-keeping with your specific requirements. For example, perhaps your ideal partner would live within a certain distance parameter, be of Christian faith, or have an interest in being a parent one day. Whatever it is, EliteSingles allows you to be specific about the type of person you’re looking for, which means you spend less time dating people who don’t suit you, and more time connecting with viable partner potentials. Sounds good, right?
Dublin dating is far more effective with EliteSingles; be proactive about your love life and join today.
For an exciting and on-trend dining experience you can’t go wrong with Yamamori, a trendy sushi restaurant with a chilled-out vibe located on the Ormond Quay. Or (for those who prefer the romance of sharing their food) there is Viva, a tapas restaurant that specialises in welcoming warmth. Their wine list is pretty good to boot!
If you want to splurge, the Michelin-starred Chapter1 is pretty much guaranteed to impress. The elegant, intimate interiors and contemporary landscape-inspired menus are always a good talking point if conversation begins to flag!
If a face-to-face dinner date seems a little intense for you, you can meet for a more casual drink in one of Dublin’s swishy bars or more traditional pubs. Central Hotel Library bar has cosy couches and surrounds you with dog-eared old books and the occasional pianist.
Craft beer fans, however, will want to check out J.W.Sweetman: not only do they brew (delicious) beer on the premises, if you’re lucky you can even take a tour and see them at work! The pub is worth checking out for more than just the beer, as the gleaming wooden interior is complimented by a romantic riverside location – ideal for date ambience.
Adventure and entertainment
When a daytime rendezvous is on the cards then why not go on a day trip to the beautiful seaside town of Bray, only 20 kilometers from Dublin? Wazching the sailboats can be both extremely relaxing and incredibly romantic. Or take a stroll in the grand old gardens of Trinity University – conversation flows in the presence of academia!
There are also a plethora of museums and galleries for culture vultures, with the Irish Museum of Modern Art being a particular standout. Perhaps you are avid sports enthusiasts? What about a rugby match, or even a classic game of hurling? When it comes to Dublin dating, the opportunities are endless.