Its just lunch or just for lunch is created by women for “normal” people who just want to get to know more people. Unlike the sexual undertone of most search and email dating sites it’s just lunch do one thing and one thing well.
You sign up and they let you know where and when to turn up. Your reservation is already done for you and your date is hopefully a good match for you based on the questions you filled out when you signed up.
It’s just lunch has actually been around since 1991!, if they have been setting up lunches for this long you can be sure they are getting pretty good at it by now.
If you have found yourself suddenly single in a big town but don’t know a single soul it’s just lunch can set you up with a “get to know each other” date at one of their restaurants.
Setting up a date just for lunch is about a casual get together over good food. Just for lunch is about well educated professionals with little time on their hands taking the stress out of dating and meeting up for 20 minutes in town.
No more seedy search and destroy dating sites
No more personal ads
Just for lunch is kind of like a blind date but you have been well matched with your personal specifications.
Pretty much all women just want a laid back drink or brunch anyway and most guys don’t really mind so this works great either way.
Stress free dating where all the work is done for you is what it’s just lunch has been doing for almost 20 years now.
When you meet up just for lunch using “it’s just lunch” you are leaving all the hard and stressful work to the professionals.
So you can focus on your own work until the date time. You can be sure your date wont be some creep trawling internet sites because this dating site is about real meetings at great locations throughout the US.
So what happens when you do meet this women/man for lunch?
Well here is what NOT to talk about:
Top Conversation Killers:
Past relationships—49%, dieting or body image—21%, politics—15% and marriage—15%
According to it’s just lunch there is a pretty good chance that your date will have googled your name before your date:
43% of Singles:
Have Googled someone on the internet before their date.
The Just For Lunch Process
First of all when you sign up you will be asked to schedule in a interview. This interview is 100% confidential and private and gives the It’s just lunch team to get to know you and what sort of person you are after. The relationship experts at it’s just lunch will ask you questions about :
What relationships you have had in the past and what has worked
What you are looking for in a partner
They will then match you with another it’s just lunch single.
The great thing about it’s just lunch is the personal approach to dating. They do not leave it up to you or a computer to
decide but rather have professional relationship staff that want to get to know you.
Hand selected matches that understand your goals and motivations mean it’s just lunch have a great success rate.
You will get a phone call once the interview is complete and you will then be told where and when the lunch is going to be based on your time constraints.
One big negative feature of it’s just lunch is the price. Members in US pay a lot (up to $1000) just to set up a lunch date.
But the only thing you need to do is show up at the restaurant when you when it was arranged. Your date will be professional and likely adhere to any requirements you set forth in the interview.
After the date if you want to exchange numbers you can, if not you can arrange another date by calling it’s just lunch up again.
Is “it’s just lunch” in your area?
Cities available as of August 2010. New locations added frequently.
United States (Over 100 Cities)
Alabama – Birmingham, Huntsville, Montgomery, Tuscaloosa
Arizona – Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tuscon
California – Bakersfield, Fresno, Hanford, Century City, South Bay, The Valley, Madera, Merced, Modesto, Orange County, Riverside/San Bernadino, Sacramento, San Diego (downtown and North County), San Francisco, San Francisco East Bay, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Silicon Valley, Stockton, Temecula, Ventura, Visalia
Colorado – Boulder, Colorado Springs, Denver, Fort Collins
Connecticut – Bridgeport, Hartford, New Haven, New London, Stamford
Deleware – Wilmington
Florida – Boca Raton, Cape Coral, Daytona, Ft. Lauderdale, Ft. Myers, Gainesville, Jacksonville, Lakeland, Melbourne, Miami, Naples, Ocala, Orlando, Port St. Lucie, Sarasota, Sebastian, Tampa, West Palm Beach
Georgia – Athens, Atlanta, Atlanta Suburbs, Augusta, Columbus, Gainesville, Macon, Savannah
Idaho – Boise
Illinois – Chicago, Chicago Suburbs
Kansas – Wichita
Kentucky – Lexington, Louisville
Louisiana – Baton Rouge, Gulf Port, Kenner, Lafayette, Metairie, New Orleans
Maine – Augusta, Biddeford, Portland
Maryland – Baltimore, Gaithersburg
Massachusetts – Boston, Springfield, Worcester
Michigan – Ann Arbor, Battlecreek, Detroit Metro, Flint, Kalamazoo, Lansing, Saginaw, Toledo
Minnesota – Minneapolis, Rochester, St. Cloud, St. Paul
Missouri – Kansas City, St. Louis
Nebraska – Lincoln, Omaha
Nevada – Las Vegas, Reno
New Hampshire – Manchester
New Jersey – Atlantic City, Ft. Lee, Marlton, Morristown
New Mexico – Albuquerque, Santa Fe
New York – Albany, Buffalo, Kingston, Long Island, New York City, Poughkeepsie, Rochester, Syracuse, Utica
North Carolina – Asheville, Charlotte, Fayetteville, Greensboro, Greenville, Raleigh-Durham, Wilmington, Winston-Salem
Ohio – Akron, Canton, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Massillon, Youngstown
Oklahoma – Oklahoma City, Tusla
Orgeon – Portland
Pennsylvania – Allentown, Harrisburg, Lancaster, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Suburbs, Pittsburgh, Reading, Scranton, Wilkes-Barre
Rhode Island – Providence
South Carolina – Anderson, Charleston, Columbia, Florence, Greenville, Hilton Head Island, Myrtle Beach, Spartanburg
Tennessee – Chattanooga, Clarkesville, Johnson City, Kingsport, Knoxville, Memphis, Nashville
Texas – Abilene, Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, Tyler, Wichita Falls
Utah – Logan, Ogden, Provo, Salt Lake City
Virginia – Charlottesville, Lynchburg, McLean, Norfolk-Hampton Roads, Richmond, Springfield
Washington – Bellevue, Seattle
Washington DC – Washington DC
Wisconsin – Green Bay/Appleton, Madison, Milwaukee, Wausau
Alberta – Calgary, Edmonton
British Columbia – The Okanagan, Vancouver, Whistler, and Fraser Valley, Victoria
Ontario – Toronto
Australian Capital Territory – Canberra
New South Wales – Byron Bay, Sydney
Queensland – Brisbane, Gold Coast
Victoria – Melbourne
Singapore – Singapore
Thailand – Bangkok
Ireland – Dublin, Cork, Galway, Belfast