You’ll need to pay for membership if you want to do more than wink at random strangers across cyberspace, but this is a good all-rounder.
If you’re of a nervous disposition and find the prospect of making contact with attractive strangers intimidating, then you might want to try e Harmony.
As Gershowitz leaves the roof to have dinner with her own fiancé, she checks the hotel’s lobby for singles she might approach on behalf of her clients.
A 34 year old single woman, Nancy, hung-over again, exhausted by the endless fruitless set ups by her friends, traveling up to London to toast another 10 years of her parent's successful happy magical marriage runs in with a 40 year old divorcee, Jack, who mistakes her for his 24 year old blind date.
You might already have nixed some of your new year resolutions but if you’re committed to finding love in 2012 there’s still time to sort yourself out before Valentine’s Day.As they jockey for drink-ordering position, a few narrowly avoid stepping on the three-piece band.One literally backs into a painting as he starts a conversation with a pretty brunette. Gershowitz, unfazed, flashes a lipstick-lined bright smile and holds out a business card.It’s pricey, it offers gentle guidance as you prepare your profile, select suitable matches and send ice-breaker questions before attempting that all-important first email.The crowd gathered around the Gansevoort Park Hotel’s swanky rooftop bar has been invited to “Join Manhattan’s most beautiful young professionals for a one evening only art and jazz event,” but it’s clear that most attendees care more about the beautiful young professionals than the art or jazz.