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With show-off neighbour Manchester hogging all the limelight, it’s easy to forget this little urban wonderland. But everyone who matters knows that Salford has more cool and grit than Manny could ever wish for. So if you're looking to get stuck into a little Salford dating know that it couldn't get much better than this.
Mondays aren't much loved in the UK, being the start of the traditional working week they're often seen as depressing. But that's all the more reason to spend your Monday evening on a date! Professional singles , you won’t be weighed down with stresses of the week yet so should be feeling fresh and on good form, and the quality romance will act as a real pick-me-up, and give you a warm buzz that should survive until the weekend rolls round again.
Where to go? How about The Kings Arms, hailed as Britain’s most bohemian back-street boozer, is a great little pub and music venue. It even hosts a theatre, and artists’ studios for the culturally inclined. With its snug and cosy atmosphere, this place is perfect for Salford singles who want to get a little closer, and it’s sure to impress your date – even the jukebox has won awards!
Since you’re dating in Salford, why not get to grips with all the town’s cultural offerings? Start with The Lowry, it’s a spectacular waterside building housing theatre, studio space and art galleries with ever changing world class exhibitions – there’s always plenty to do. Galleries make great, often free dating opportunities. The constant change of rooms gives the illusion of several dates rolled into one and all the visual stimulation is sure to keep conversation rolling in all directions.
Salford’s a big name on the graffiti art scene too, so if you like your art like you like your sushi (raw), then head out after dark and let the city streets be your exhibit. End with sushi if you like – but you may have to venture into Manchester for that, Umami on Oxford Road is a good choice.
Not literally, of course – we’d never condone a date as half-hearted and unimaginative as that at eHarmony – but with ITV studios just a hop skip and jump away, a date in the Celebrity Juice, X Factor or Harry Hill audience could make for a highly original and well thought-out date. Better yet, the tickets are usually free, at least, if you can get them in the first place. Just be prepared to queue, and pack a warm coat if it's winter.
eHarmony is an easy way onto the Salford dating scene, but has a twist of its own. Instead of listing all of the single by postcode like a free dating site eHarmony actually matches you with a select bunch of people with whom you share something special. Why not try it now, and see?