Seal the second-date deal with Miracle Sushi and Modern Asian Cuisine’s new Fire Ocean roll.
Jalapeño, English cucumber and crab stick wind up under a spicy scallop and masago topping.
At Recess, share super-fresh fish at a sexy, little raw bar slam next to the open kitchen or reserve one of chef Greg Hardesty’s periodical omakase dinners.2. Yes, get the second martini Sipping cocktails ups second-date odds by 137 percent.
Nosh and bar hop around Fountain Square and Fletcher place, an awesome first date that could have its own second-date-assured category.
Some of Indy’s best bartenders work at Marrow, Thunderbird, Pioneer, Bluebeard, Rook and Milktooth.
Also find 12.05 and Hotel Tango Whiskey distilleries here. It gets its smoky hue and wee bit of salinity from — wait for it — squid ink blended with Cana Brava rum, lime and raspberry. Psst: The survey says after-dinner drinks give you a 59 percent greater chance of getting a second date.
That Valentine’s Day when he handed me Russell Stover chocolates, not even in a heart-shaped box, wrapped in the plastic bag from the grocery store where he bought them? Still, I smiled and then later happily shared the candy with him on a fuzzy blanket by the fire.
Translation: Being a couple on Valentine’s Day is cake.
Dating any time of year is often crap, especially when you’re wondering if that second date will ever happen.
Match.com’s latest Singles in America survey asked 5,504 people without partners, ages 18 to 70-plus, what they think guarantees a second date. Skip those two things and you’re 107 percent less likely to see your future whatever ever again.1.
Eat sushi Famous French gastronome Brillat-Savarin used to tell this story about how the Sultan Saladin decided to see if his holy men were really all that holy.
He let two fasting dervishes hang at his palace, fed them a ton of the most luscious food and put them in the company of gorgeous harem women.
The dervishes ate like mad, even gained weight, but took no interest in the ladies — until fish landed on the menu.
Yep, eating sushi on the first date ups your chances for a second date by 170 percent.