Category Archives: Dating in Nashville

The Problem With Texting

The days of actual phone calls and men showing up at the door on a whim are so far gone, they might as well be back in the stone age. Past generations had no idea how lucky they were to have these as standard forms of communication when dating. They struggled with deciphering mixed messages based on actual conversations, voice-to-voice and face-to-face. I never thought I would be envious of a generation’s lack of technology, but texting and dating have proved otherwise. Read more

Nashville Date Night: Moto Cucina Enoteca

Moto Cucina Enoteca

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Nashville Date Night: The Sutler

The Sutler

Who says live music has to remain in the Broadway Honky Tonks? The Sutler in Melrose provides live music and a trendy bar vibe that is absolutely perfect for a date; casual yet upscale. Live bands give you a fabulous excuse to lean in a little closer to talk to your date, which is never a bad thing! In addition to the great atmosphere, The Sutler is affordable with a bottle of Pinot Noir for $24, a steal! “Shareables” on dates add a bonding experience and an additional topic of conversation. The Sutler’s menu is conducive to this featuring “snacks”, “dunks”, and “veggies” options. Picking and choosing which culinary creations to split is both fun and flirty. If you’re not quite ready to call it a night, you and your date should check out the amazing lounge downstairs. It has a vibe that reminiscent of a speakeasy in New York or Chicago. It provides a new environment to liven up your date with the convenience of not having to leave the restaurant!

Dating Mr. Body

Is it just us? Or is there a new trend plaguing the guys of Nashville where they are just as self conscious, if not MORE SO, than girls when it comes to weight and body image? Stereotypically it’s the girl who orders no dressing on a salad, and says, “trying to watch my carbs” or, “I shouldn’t” when offered sweets. No, we aren’t fans of this behavior, but you have to admit that it is present among women, and now sadly men. Read more