In early 2005 Speed Dater ran its first Lock and Key party in London.Lock and key parties are more like a singles party.This restaurant, bar & brasserie is renowned for being one of the most romantic restaurants in London due to the high number of marriage proposals that occur on a weekly basis. First, get stuck into that al fresco terrace dining with views over the Thames to St Paul's Cathedral.
With such an expanding list of drinking holes in the capital, it is easy to feel spoiled for choice. We've combed through the best bars you can take someone to that cater to all plans and price points, come rain or shine.Speed Dater holds London speed dating events in stylish and centrally located venues.We also run speeddating in London members bars for elite dating.But don't be put off by the whiff of just another gimmicky cocktail bar, the drinks here are seriously excellent.With award-winning bartender Jamie Jones on deck and Jason Atherton running proceedings, we'd expect no less.Our friends, our families, and our work colleagues are the people who know us best.And it is they who set up us single people in London on potentially awful blind dates.So relax and stop fretting because Fluid London is on hand to guide you through this blind date and out to the other side where singledom still waits, or romance begins to blossom.Here then is Fluid London’s Top 10 guide to the Best Bars, Restaurants, Pubs and Clubs in London to go to on a Blind Date. Ammentorp Photography / S Tags: Dating, Bars, Restaurants Searching for a cute and quirky way to break the ice on a blind date? Located smack bang next to Kings Cross station, this café-by-day/bar-by-night venue also plays host to an array of activities, from Bloody Mary and Board Game nights and Pimp my Converse, to Hip Hop Colour In and the now infamous Indeedy Musical Bingo.And if things go excellently, there's always upstairs.Nestled in the floor above the restaurant Social Eating House, Blind Pig is still somewhat obscure but in a league of its own when it comes to drinks that double as conversation starters (their creative concoctions come in vessels like home-made cartons and branded milk bottles).