9: THE BRUNCH DATE Sunday really is the best day for brunch, especially if one has been out the night before and requires a little soakage to speed up the hangover recovery.Happily, on Sundays, 777 on South Great George’s Street offer all dishes for just €7.77 from 2pm, every week.What could be more romantic than a stroll around Dublin city, hand in hand, with your own free personal tour guide. Email Emily on [email protected] phone 085-2725095 for more details and booking information.3: THE COFFEE DATE There’s nothing quite like a caffeine buzz to kick start a date, and The Fumbally in Dublin 8 is ideal for a casual catch up.Try the chorizo, egg and salsa verde on soft corn tortillas for an instant pleasurable taste sensation.Built on the popularity of word of mouth, this Mexican themed restaurant also stocks Dublin’s largest premium tequila selection so be well advised to call time on a 777 brunch at a reasonable hour in the day.10: THE GIG DATE The National Concert Hall offers an eclectic selection of events from dance to classical to opera and much more.
Queen of Tarts on Cow’s Lane is also a cute café spot with quality brews and a variety of sumptuous tarts that can be shared between two – or not, if you’re a big greedy pig.
On Monday, POF founder, Markus Frind, announced to members that the site will be undergoing some major changes.
"POF is all about relationships, I'm going to make a bunch of changes to ensure it stays a relationship-focused site, " Frind said.
* Anseo, Camden Street – With craft beer a plenty, DJs spinning groovy tunes and low lighting to make you appear even better looking than you already are, Anseo is the perfect hub to get things rolling.
* The Library Bar, Central Hotel – Snuggle down on the plush couches and enjoy a night where you can actually hear yourselves whisper sweet nothings to each other – awww…