Dating Before Dark

A MeetMoi daytime meet-up can reveal important deets about your date. How do they look in the light of the afternoon sun? Can they confidently converse without a beer buzz? Day dates set the stage for a different kind of intimacy. Without the armor of alcohol and dark cover of night, you may get a surprisingly naked view of your MeetMoi match.

Here are just 3 daytime date suggestions to match your MeetMoi mood!

CLASSIC — Grab some amazing eats at Chelsea Market and walk the westside promenade for great views of the water. Choose a spot along the path to people watch, picnic, and soak up the fall sun. Be sure to bring a blanket in the hopes that your date is inclined to cozy up.

COOL CULTURE — Who said museums have to be boring? The competition for New York culture seekers has galleries and museums vying for your attention. Exhibitions large and small are constantly reinventing themselves, making for some very interesting art. So before you envision yourself snoozing on the shoulder of a tourist, check out and for the latest in chic cultural exhibitions. For fail-proof stimulation, check out the Museum of Sex – I recommend running that one by your date first!

INTERACTIVE ICEBREAKER — There’s no better icebreaker than an impromptu improv class! The Pit NYC (People’s Improv Theater) is a highly respected forum for comedic entertainment and education. Test out your comedic chops with a drop-in class. You and your date will have no shame when this date is over. Classes are offered Friday through Sunday on a first-come, first-served basis –

Share your best day date suggestions below. What are your thoughts on dating before dark?

Sabrina Cohen is a blogger, copywriter, and creative consultant for


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