If you’re like most Washingtonians, you’re too busy to read through hundreds of online personal ads, you don’t hang out at bars, don’t want your friends fixing you up and definitely shouldn’t date someone at work.
Looking for love can be time-consuming and frustrating.
The It's Just Lunch team is dedicated to you, and this is our commitment to our clients: We will be measured both personally and professionally by our dedication to providing each and every one of our clients with the best matchmaking service possible!
In short, if we take you on as a client, we guarantee you will go out on dates!
"Being a member of It's Just Lunch is like having trusted friends set you up, but even better, because they're professionals.
It’s Just Lunch is the #1 Personalized Matchmaking service in the world!
Click on any of the cities in Washington Dc below to meet members looking to chat with you.
It's a big world and the Black People community wants to help you connect with singles in your area.
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Whether you are seeking just a date, a pen pal, a casual or a serious relationship, you can meet singles in District of Columbia today!
District of Columbia is known as "The District" and Latino People is here to bring their Latino Singles together.
Age also matters: few 22-year olds will date 39-year-olds.
Many people who are single and live alone, furthermore, are dating someone seriously at any given time -- about half, according to most surveys. A single, heterosexual, 27-year-old white man with a bachelor's degree who wants to date a single, white, college-educated woman between 25 and 29 would actually have only about 7,000 choices in D. -- about the same number he would find on the campus of a big public university in a flyover state.