Meanwhile, DJs provide both current and throwback tunes to keep singles bumpin’ and grindin’ all night long.
There’s also the even-more-hidden Valentino room, which offers its own private bar and plush seating for those looking to escape from the hustle and bustle of the typically cramped dance floor -- and have a little, uh, alone time.
In 1967, Seattle community members created Northwest Harvest to feed the hungry.
Today they continue to fight hunger across Washington State through their network of partner food banks, meal programs and elementary schools, providing millions of nutritious meals each year to those in need. The Parlor has generously donated the use of the Parlor Live Comedy Lounge for this event and will be offering Happy Hour specials to our guests during this event.
They say with age comes wisdom, so perhaps that’s why these sultry, single, middle-aged women on the prowl know just what it takes to discover the fountain of youth. 10010 (212) 689-1090 hillstone.com/hillstone/ Reviews & more info Yes, it’s a chain restaurant…sort of.
If you’re a piece of young prey out to take on this bold breed, we’ve pinpointed some of the hottest spots we call “cougar caves,” where you’ll find them ready to attack. Forgetting the whole “We’re not Houston’s no more” menu-calorie controversy, there’s no denying that the bar inside the snazzy jazz lounge is often bustling with trendy cougars on the lookout for single men participating in the after work drinks parade.One could argue it’s the impressive Italian wine list or the mouth-watering bar menu that draws the cougar near, but we think they’re really scanning the restaurant for the fashionable, young men looking for more than just some tasty antipasti after work.18 Ninth Avenue (At 13th Street) Fourteenth Floor New York, NY 10014 212-206-6700 You may find yourself waiting in line for a half hour, and if you’re not bringing some lady friends of your own, you might not be allowed in if you get there too late.LA can be a bear for single people to navigate: the city is enormous, online dating apps are terrible, and if you've spent a lot of time focusing on your own neighborhood, then you're just running into (and hooking up with) the same people over (and over) (and over) again.That's why we've got this cheat-sheet of great bars for meeting single people at.This exquisitely decorated bar draws a crowd equally as beautiful, and we promise it won’t just be the live piano that’s music to the ears of the young single male and the feisty cougar waiting for him.Buyer beware: there’s a cover charge after 9 p.m., so don’t waste time. 335 Bowery New York, NY 10003 (212) 505-9100 Reviews & more info It’s best to frequent Gemma in the summertime when the outside of this Bowery Hotel trattoria is lined with two-person tables, leaving the solo cougar to take a seat by the bar inside, sipping on a glass of red wine and sampling some formaggi. Fifth and Sixth Avenues) New York, NY 10018 212-840-6500 Reviews & more info The outside patios of the lavish Bryant Park Grill and its less-snobby sister, the Bryant Park Cafe, overflow with a hopping crowd of after-work singles mingling over Coronas or white wines.Privacy: Upon registration, each person will be given a "Date Card" and after you complete all of your dates, you will turn that card in to Host, and only those people that MUTUALLY list each other on their date cards will later receive an email with contact information for the other person.Please, don't ask someone for their phone number during speed dating; you can do that before speed dating, during the break or after speed dating.But arrive early to the penthouse of one of the hottest cougar havens in the Meatpacking District, and you’ll soon be entrenched in a Sex & The City-esque crowd of single, older women sipping on expensive cocktails and hoping to walk out with a dashing young stud by her side. Plunge is as beautiful and pretentious as the Meatpacking gets, so if you don’t come with your game face on, the cougars will go feasting elsewhere.230 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10001 (212)725-4300 230Reviews & more info See Also: NYC’s 10 Best Rooftop Bars It’s certainly known for two things: the tremendously large rooftop deck that offers such a spectacular view of the city, you feel like you’re hugging the top of the Empire State Building; and small drinks that will break your wallet in half if you stick around long enough.