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Im going on a 'dinner date' for the first time then an incall so im not sure where to take her. What do you normally do? would it be alright I just took her out for a couple of drinks or coffee or something? im new to this stuff lol

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Your money, you choice.  But if you told her dinner, it is possible that she *expects* food, so having food may be wise.  If you just want drinks, tell her before so she knows.

 

I did this once.  Had a nice meal (lunch), in a great restaurant on the river.  We both enjoyed the meal and the sex after might have been better for it. 

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Wherever you take her, make sure there is not loud background music, and your conversation cannot be overheard.

 

The thought of Del Boy going to a Bernie Inn dressed in a DJ springs to mind. 

 

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Pick a nice little eatery near her incall place just do a search of places to eat or ask her where she thinks you should both eat, she would know a suitable place.  If you said dinner then a few drinks probably wont do the trick afterall she won't have eaten since  lunchtime.

 

You don't want her thinking about how starving she is all the way through your booking now do you! lol.

 

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I've only dined out with a wg during an overnight booking. I've just researched a few places in the vicinity of where we met and let her pick the type of cuisine she preferred.

Agree with the others though, discuss whether it is a dinner date or drinks date only beforehand, so you're both expecting the same thing! It might also be worth agreeing on the amount of social time vs private time beforehand, as some wg's charge different rates and/or split the time 50/50 - just so you're aware of what you're paying for.

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I would certainly ask her for an idea. She may prefer to be seen with a client a few blocks away from her premises; she might be happy to be seen in the pub next door. Give her the option of suggesting a place to be sure she will be happy with it.

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Im going on a 'dinner date' for the first time then an incall so im not sure where to take her. What do you normally do? would it be alright I just took her out for a couple of drinks or coffee or something? im new to this stuff lol

 

What would you do for a date with a lady who is not an escort ? Definitely, find a nice restaurant (according to your budget) and ask her about her favourite food, I presume :)

As far as I'm concerned, dinner means food definitely, with or without drinks before and/or after, and I charge my 'social time' half the price of a normal rate, except for an overnight which includes dinner.

Hope this helps. Have fun !

 

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Im going on a 'dinner date' for the first time then an incall so im not sure where to take her. What do you normally do? would it be alright I just took her out for a couple of drinks or coffee or something? im new to this stuff lol

 

I would say, communicate with her and decide together what you would both like to do, where and most importantly for how long you want to stay there: do you want this restaurant/bar visit to run longer than your incall?

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I agree with what has been generally said above... If someone says they want to arrange a dinner date with me, I will have not eaten before hand and will be expecting a meal of some sorts. It doesn't have to be somewhere fancy or Michelin starred, if it's an incall I know some lovely places near my flat or a very short cab journey away, maybe you can ask the lady if she can suggest some nice places to go?

If I'm just going out for a few drinks, I will make sure beforehand that I've had my main meal and lined my stomach, as I do get a bit grumpy if I don't eat (love my food). so, just tell her your intentions before hand so she can be suitably prepared for the kind of evening that you'd like to have.

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Am chuckling about the great KFC debate of 2013 again....

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Am chuckling about the great KFC debate of 2013 again....

Ah yes KFC and the stolen £4.99...classic!
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For outcalls, that old saying makes a lot of sense and sounds fun

wine me

dine me

69 me

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Just wine me is fine!!! Lol

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I agree with what has been generally said above... If someone says they want to arrange a dinner date with me, I will have not eaten before hand and will be expecting a meal of some sorts. It doesn't have to be somewhere fancy or Michelin starred, if it's an incall I know some lovely places near my flat or a very short cab journey away, maybe you can ask the lady if she can suggest some nice places to go?

If I'm just going out for a few drinks, I will make sure beforehand that I've had my main meal and lined my stomach, as I do get a bit grumpy if I don't eat (love my food). so, just tell her your intentions before hand so she can be suitably prepared for the kind of evening that you'd like to have.

I don't do dinner dates any more but I used to.  This is the maxim I would apply if I resumed them.  Good post x

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Am chuckling about the great KFC debate of 2013 again....

dare we mention the fiver …  :ph34r:

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Just had a look at some rates on various sites for dinner dates and can't really understand the pricing. For example, one lists a dinner date(3hrs)at £600 which has one hour of 'private' time. Considering a regular hour is charged at around £150 that means the dinner(2hrs) costs more than the 'private' time. I know French Belle mentioned charging half rates for the dinner so find it strange that some others feel it's okay to charge the way they do

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For outcalls, that old saying makes a lot of sense and sounds fun

wine me

dine me

69 me

Sounds good but I would be too full.......

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I don't do dinner dates any more but I used to.  This is the maxim I would apply if I resumed them.  Good post x

Thanks Sarah x

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Just wine me is fine!!! Lol

Just wine me is fine!!! Lol

Nope, it has to be all 3 (although there can be a 4th course as well!) and must be in that order - trust me, I have the t-shirt :)

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Nope, it has to be all 3 (although there can be a 4th course as well!) and must be in that order - trust me, I have the t-shirt :)

I took mine off a while ago haha...

Seriously feeling hungover at present and out tonight!!!!

Back on topic...there is no one rule that fits all...

There was a Czech lady in hammersmith years ago who absolutely loved thai food and that was how our meetings would start (almost every single time)...

Punternet "come dine with me" is on the cards haha...

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ladies love dinner dates, ask the lady what type of restaurants she likes and then go ahead and make a booking, make sure you like cuisine too though obvs, enjoy! kate LLL XX

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but i would prefer to just go for a few drinks in some bar but cuz it says dinner dates in their profile i thought it had to be dinner, so how do i make it clear when i book?

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'Dinner date' doesn't have to be dinner, can also mean drinks and bar food which in some places can be cheaper than booking a table.  Some girls do not eat much anyway, it is about the socialising bit and getting to know eachother.  Communicate with her and ask her what she fancies.

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