After more than a decade of meeting, dating, and finding love offline in my own life, I now work with singles just like you to get the same results through boosting social confidence, creating romantic connections, and finding a committed relationship.I’m passionate about helping people feel less lonely isolated in our tech-obsessed world – whether it leads to making a new friend, getting a hot date, or sharing a smile with someone in passing.Even sites such as Match.com, Plenty of Fish, and Spark Networks' Hurry Date take their online daters offline with their special events divisions.However, some really think the process of finding someone to love is an either-or proposition. If you're truly not comfortable with the computer and don't think your i Phone or Android is truly a Smart Phone, you're leaving opportunities behind that could change your relationship status to "In a Relationship," "Engaged" or "Married," while watching your friends cheer you on.We believe the only way to tell if you have chemistry with someone is to meet face-to-face, so we’ll arrange a low-pressure lunch date for you and your match.Think of us as your dating concierge and leave the details to us.Once we’ve selected your match, we’ll call and share with you details about who we’ve chosen.
We combine our matchmaker’s intuition with the information and feedback we’ve gathered from you in our conversations: what’s important to you, what’s worked, what hasn’t. Our matchmakers are committed to knowing their clients, not just on paper, but on a true human level thanks to our regular interaction and communication with you.It all starts with a phone call – a confidential conversation during which one of our dating specialists can answer your questions and give you more details about the It’s Just Lunch dating process. We’ll learn what you’re looking for in a potential partner, what’s worked for you in past relationships and – just as importantly – what hasn’t worked.We’ll ask about your relationship goals, personal interests, hobbies and more.As it happens, although not entirely new to the dating scene, the truth was that those of us brave enough to try to find a match online, simply chose to keep their digital activities hidden from public view.Even offline dating agencies were looked at with those sideways glances, reserved for the most unsettling things in society.