Dating and flirting tip
Don’t order something you’ve heard from your favorite song or you've seen on Instagram without knowing what it's about."Stick to what you like and may know [already and] order your drink with confidence ensuring your potential partner you have some knowledge of what your drinking," he says.
Just because some people think a certain drink is really good, it doesn't mean your date will.
And then you can order appropriate food and drink that will open up more real conversation." When it comes to ordering, don’t order to impress someone, order something you know instead.
"First dates are all about making a great impression and you want to win over your potential new partner," Jason, part owner of Taylor Made Bartender services, tells Bustle.
This creates a disconnect." Her advice is to try to find the corner of the bar or a high top table where you can face each other.
If that isn't an option, make an effort to position yourself toward your date.