I am looking for a guy in the NYC area, as I do not drive and will not learn to drive. Call me an old-fashioned romantic, but I feel that despite my age, I've had enough life experience to be mature enough to the handle rigors and joys of a long-term relationship. I also feel a great desire to settle down after finding the right guy for the rest of our lives. I pursue this endeavor believing that I will make the right match mutually with a man as a couple.
As for age, I am looking for someone close to my age. I am aware that guys ready to settle down like me may be older than I, but I do not discriminate; however I do not want to have too much of an age disparity. For example, I would not be too comfortable with a man who could be old as my father.
Also, I would like to find a guy who has the same sense of seriousness regarding having a relationship at this time in their life. At the same time, I would like my special someone, who isn't afraid to be a little adventurous and have a good time. Also, I seek a partner that will have a good sense of humor, because I enjoy intimate conversation and can be funny. Finally, as with all relationships, they are built on mutual respect, trust, hard work and love for one another and those are some of the most important aspects of I would want out of any relationship.
After a setback related to an accident sustained on a NYC Bus, the completion of my education and work on Broadway in the the theatre business, which is the vocation I am most passionate about is on hold. I should be back to school this fall. I have worked in various capacities at different ticket brokers on Broadway. I love the legitimate theatre business especially Broadway, and I try to see every show I can. I want to someday be a Broadway Producer and possibly Theatrical Attorney. Nevertheless, right now I am financially stable and expect for that remain so.
When I am with a guy I enjoy taking walks around NYC, talking and absorbing all of the cultural attractions this city has to offer. I live a across the street from Fort Tryon Park, which has the Cloisters, which houses the Medieval Art Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the New Leaf Cafe(that is perfect date: a walk in the park, museum visit and then brunch at the cafe!). I also enjoy taking in an artsy independent film. I find most of the films from the major studios to be garbage; however, there are exceptions, especially from Hollywood's Heyday. An MGM Musical starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rodgers.
As I said earlier, one of the great things about living in New York City is that there is always something to do and cultural attractions are plentiful. At night, I love going with a guy to the theatre and seeing a great musical(or a riveting play) on Broadway, afterwards, we can have dinner and talk about the show. Then, after that we can go to a nice quite bar have a few drinks and talk some more and have a few laughs.
I love guys that can make me laugh and I am pretty good at reciprocating. I also would love to go to the ballet, opera, and symphony. I
I would do my best to take care of my partners needs and looking for gentleman who can do the same for me and I know that your out there, so please get in touch with me.
Beyond what I am seriously looking for in a man, while I wait, I am pleasantly willing to date men who find me desirable. Who knows? A few dates could turn into a relationship with the right guy. Also, I would like to make friends in my area.
Here are a few of the establishments I frequent:
"Cafe Edison" AKA "The Polish Tea Room" (W 47th St. Btw. 7-8th Ave.) is my favorite pre-theatre spot for Matzo Ball Soup and Brisket Sandwiches.
My favorite post-theatre restaurant is Joe Allen (W 46th Btw. 8th-9th Ave.) I love their meatloaf and mashed-potatoes.
For special occasions the filet mignon at" Chez Josphine" on W 42nd St. is magnificent.
When in the Village seeing a play, I love to frequent "Marie's Crisis" Whether I am belting a solo or in a big singing a chorus. It is nice to be in a place where we can all appreciate show tunes and sing late into the middle of the night. The place I know of to get a bite to eat is John's Pizzeria on Bleecker.
Some may notice from my profile that I am a bit of an old soul in that my tastes in music and film are that of classics, whose writers and performers may no longer be with us today, but I personally feel that their work shows I have acquired a mature and good taste, for the most part.