Stanley Cup for Singles – Continued Dating Strategy to Leverage Your Game Time
As a dedicated San Jose Sharks fan, my family is delighted to find that the San Jose Sharks have just won the first three games of the Western Division Conference Semi-Finals. We are not the only ones who love our team and yet find ourselves a little dismayed. Happily dismayed, but dismayed. San Jose Mercury News sports columnist, Mark Purdy wrote, “The Sharks won again Tuesday and are in position to sweep (good gravy, did I just type those words?) because they have owned the third period against Detroit.” I love my team, but the 3rd period has not historically been their strong point. Well, with the possibility of a Sweep in 4 games against the great team, the Detroit Red Wings, in Hockeytown, we are all racing to decide precisely where we want to watch this potentially historic game.
So, during our Stanley Cup for Singles series of dating tip posts to give singles some creative ideas for where to watch. Game 4 for the Sharks v. Red Wings game will be 7:30 pm Eastern time, 4:30 pm Pacific. Yes, if you’re in the Pacific Time zone, plan now to exit work early somehow. For the Wings fans (great team, I truly admire them and have cheered them to their Stanley Cup wins, but guys, my team is playing you, so you know who I’m rooting for, right?), this will be dinner time.
Find a Fun Restaurant
So what kind of food do you want to eat to watch this historic game? Well, we don’t always want to eat Sports Bar fare while watching a game. Time to get resourceful. What restaurants do you know who also have a bar section with a wide screen tv? Steak? Seafood? Sushi? Parker’s Lighthouse Restaurant in Long Beach fits the bill and they’ll gladly devote one of their multiple large screen tvs to a hockey game in the bar area. If Chinese food or Italian food is more what you’re craving, check out the restaurants where you live to see who has 1 or 2 large screen tvs in the Bar/Counter Area. Now the cool thing about eating in the Counter/Bar area is that it is entirely set up to chat with the other people who are there. Even if the others weren’t originally interested in the hockey game, your enthusiasm can arouse their curiosity to engage you in light conversation. The wait staff and restaurant owners will all be amused and intrigued that you selected their restaurant to watch a cool sports game. Tip them well because you’ll be ensconced there for about 3 hours, longer if there is overtime. Enjoy your steamed dumplings and Moo Shu Pork. Sip some hot saki. Enjoy the game and chat up the people around you. You never know where this could lead!
Happy Dating and Relationships,
Dating and Relationship Expert