thelovemaze.com Singles Match In Food & Culture
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Couples who do activities together show higher satisfaction of their relationships. Whatever special interest you have in common, creates a long term sharing opportunity. Afterall, a picture is just a starter. It’s the common interests that bond you long term and keep the relationship exciting.
Food, is what bonds a family together and it’s the most frequent activities couples do… yes, more than anything else! That’s why it’s one of the compatibility metrics. We all know how stimulating it is to share the excitement of a good meal, as long as our taste buds agree with each other. Speaking of love, food is the fundamental long-term aphrodisiac.
Food lovers, join thelovemaze.com for a singles food match-up to learn, explore, and find your food mate.
Matching is done with LoveMaze's scientific algorithm. A profile and RSVP in-app are required to participate. https://thelovemaze.com/events.
Venue: Eataly Flatiron
200 5th Avenue
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