From upscale American to international cuisines, make a reservation at one of these neighborhood gems for a deliciously romantic date night out.
Poultry may sound like the safe choice, but these New York City venues prepare fresh, revamped takes on the traditional chicken dish — fit for you and a date. Next time you dine out, try one of these elegant chicken-for-two masterpieces.
Relationship expert Steven James Dixon visited The Couch to show us how to find our love number — and he put Carolina, John and Lisa to the test to see how capable they are of love with his revolutionary Love Capacity Quiz.
For more than 10 million single moms in America, taking the dive back into the dating pool can be terrifying. How do you get back into the game? Kerri Zane knows. She’s the author of “It Takes All 5: A Single Mom’s Guide To Finding The Real One.”
Relationship expert Wendy Walsh is the author of The 30-Day Love Detox has a few tips on helping women find a prince among the frogs.
Known for its artsy vibe, diverse population and unique music scene, the East Village is filled with history — and some ideal date spots. From speakeasys to seafood, check out our five favorite spaces for romance.
Most women in New York City will tell you the same thing when it comes to dating — that it’s not easy. Matthew Hussey knows this. And he knows why. Before launching his company HowToGetTheGuy.com, Hussey was strictly coaching the fellas on dating and romance. He worked with a lot of men — nearly 10,000 of them.
Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn are — wait for it — in a relationship. The golfer and U.S. Olympic star skier put an end to the rumors Monday by announcing their change in dating status via social media.
Rachel Dealto, a relationship expert and author of the bestselling book, “Flirt Fearlessly,” said weather can make a difference in the romance department — whether you’re single or attached.
Tony Gaskins, author of “Mrs.Right: A Woman’s Guide To Becoming And Remaining A Wife,” has the answers on how to get the man in your life to pop the question.
Flirting and communications expert Rachel DeAlto has her top tips to help you feel your flirtiest this Valentine’s Day.
Let’s talk about love – finding it, and keeping it. What are the rules? Men and women don’t always agree. The Couch brought in relationship experts Siggy Flicker and Rich Santos to boil it down.
Whether you’re looking to try the world of online dating for the first time, or are just not finding the love you’re looking for on the Web, Debra Goldstein and Olivia Baniuszewicz know how to help.
You’ve resolved to eat healthier and take fitness classes in NYC for the New Year — why not add “try something new” to your 2014 checklist? Check out these classes, workshops and courses to become an expert in a new skill for a productive and rewarding year.
Relationships — whether personal or professional — play an important role in our lives. But some relationships can end up being toxic, and it’s not always easy to end them. Family therapist, Dr. Paul Hokemeyer, visited the Couch to talk with us about what this can mean for you.