Metro speed dating
Speed Roomating is Spare Room’s version of speed dating, except instead of a sloppy good night kiss, you could end up with a roommate or a room. at The Winslow, Hunt will sit down and get to know people who are interested in paying $1 a month to live in his Bleecker Street apartment.
“When I first started sharing [an apartment], I thought it was all about shared interests, but I found it comes down to rapport,” Hunt told Metro in a previous interview.
Ideally, she’d also be vegan,” says one 45-year-old speed dater who attended the event who didn’t want to give his name.
“This seemed like the perfect situation for me and after going on Saturday, I definitely think there’s potential for me to meet someone this way.” Brighten’s events were very successful in San Francisco and resulted in several matches and long-term relationships – two couples that met through the event have since married.
A spokesman for Spare Room described the event as “a very casual setting at the bar where people can easily speak to anyone.” So bring ID.