Blind dates can be stressful enough, but throw in a dinner plan and you have a recipe for a potentially mortifying night. And while an app like Tinder may be convenient for arranging said date, it's not so helpful when you're stuck in a restaurant, miserable or bored out of your mind. Luckily, The Brickyard Bar & Grill in London is coming to the rescue, establishing a policy that will hopefully inspire every restaurant to follow suit.
According to Metro News, The Brickyard has posted a sign in the ladies' room, informing women that they can alert the staff if they're having a bad time on a Tinder date. It reads in part, "If you're on a date and it's not going well, come to the bar and ask for Rachelle or Jennifer and we'll get you out of it and/or get you a taxi."
The ladies will help deal with the offending dude, saying they'll "discreetly move them away. And if necessary ask them to leave."
If Tinder itself puts you off, an app like Nibbly might be worth considering. It takes Tinder's functionality but for a more delicious purpose: You swipe left through restaurants in your area, until the algorithms help you find the perfect match to swipe right.
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