Top 10 Places To Meet Guys In London

Where are they all hiding? I’m sure this is something you might have found yourself asking. Perhaps the biggest difference that I’ve found between coaching guys and coaching women in their love lives is that men never ask this question.

In fact I don’t think that I can recall ever being asked by a guy where to meet more women, yet the topic of meeting men and the best places to meet men is something that seems eternally fascinating to women, as many are never meeting their ideal man.

On our weekends, a topic that we cover in a lot of detail is the best places to meet guys. When we go through this, rather than just giving you the definitive list of places to go, we encourage you to think of your own by asking this one very important question…

What would your ideal guy be doing on a Sunday morning?

Have a good think to yourself about this. Before answering definitively, consider why he’d be there, what makes him the type of guy that would go to where you’re thinking, and is it a specific enough place.

I think there is a vast difference between the types of guy that women go after. Some value intelligence and wit far more than a guys physical capabilities. Some women long for adventurous, spontaneous guys. Really have a think about this before you set of on a voyage of different places trying to track him down.

Do you see how this kind of question opens so many more pathways in your mind in comparison to just asking the simple question of where to meet a guy? I would argue that you could read all the articles ever written on the topic of the best places to meet guys and still miss out on a metropolis of guys that would be perfect for you because your not outgoing enough with your own, unique passions. That’s not to say that a list of the 10 best places to meet guys isn’t valuable, but like we teach on the weekends, try and use it to spark your own imagine as opposed to treating it like the definitive guide…

1) Tate Modern

If you’re into your art, then the Tate (or any other gallery for that matter) is the perfect place to meet your new men. You’ll have plenty of time to amble around the gallery looking for guys that take your fancy. And when you see one, it’s easy enough to start a conversation… just ask their opinion on a particular piece of artwork!

2) The Apple Store

Living in London, you’ll have a few Apple stores to choose from (Regent’s St, Covent Garden & Brent Cross to name a few). If ever there was going to be a place swarming with men, all happy to give you their help and opinion on something, then it’s the apple store.

3) Harrods

Why not try snapping up a few guys in the January sales? Grab yourself a few bargains while shopping for men. And Harrods seems like the perfect place for doing just that; firstly you’ve got 7 floors to choose from, and secondly the men shopping there aren’t likely to be doing too badly!

4) Wimbledon

Why not get inspired to get active watching Federer and Nadal whilst indulging over some strawberries and cream? Go and see your favourite Tennis stars in action, and walk the grounds between matches. ‘Henman Hill’ (or newly named ‘Murrayfield’) is always packed with people relaxing, watching the tennis, who are all out to have a good time.

5) The British Library

Put on your reading glasses and head down to one of the biggest libraries in the world. With over 14 million books at it’s disposal, the British Library can be a great stomping ground to practice your cheeky smile and seductive eyes as you’ll have to get his attention quietly!

6) Kew Gardens

If you’re after a guy whose more into nature and wildlife then visit Kew Gardens, the worlds most famous gardens. There are a number of cafes and restaurants for you to start chatting to guys after you’ve walked around the gardens.

7) Open Air Theatre

If again you like the idea of being outdoors, (and don’t mind taking a risk on the weather!) why not head over to Regent’s Park to see a show in the summer? The open air theatre houses ‘the West Ends longest bar’ and there is plenty of mingling before and after shows. The theatre also even has a barbecue and a picnic lawn that is available before evening performances.

8) Hyde Park

There is almost an infinite amount of land to explore in the 350 acres of greenery that is Hyde park. Try walking your dog (or cat if you haven’t got one) on any given Sunday morning, and you’ll be overwhelmed by the sheer number of guys.

9) British Military Fitness

As daunting as their title might sound, the BMF is the largest and longest running provider of outdoor fitness classes in the UK. There are 25 locations in London where training takes place, so it’s as convenient to find as it is full of guys!

10) Silent Dating

Similar to speed dating, but with one big difference – no speaking allowed, silent dating, otherwise know as eye gazing involves looking directly into the eyes of a partner for 2-3 minutes at a time, followed by the usual speed-dating gong. Not only is this a great place to meet guys, it’s another great place to practice the great body language tips that you’ve be working on.

It was Hitch that said, 90% of all human communication is non verbal, and after attending one of these events, I think you certain to know why!

So there you have it, the 10 best places to meet men in london. As a challenge from reading this article I’m going to say that in the next month, you have to go to 3 places you don’t normally visit, and I encourage you to decide on them now or it’s likely you never will. Write them down on a little piece or post it note, and put it somewhere that’s going to haunt you if you don’t follow through (the fridge door and the bathroom mirror are two great examples!)

Anyway, I hope you enjoyed this article, and as always, leave me your comments and feedback, as both myself and the team love to read them :)

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  1. Janine says:

    I am looking

  2. Cathy says:

    Hi Matthew, the top 10 places you mentioned is all in London but am in Africa in the capital of Kampala Uganda what do I do and how do I go about it?

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  4. Marjolein says:

    Hi Matthew. I thought you were from London yourself originally? Are you definiltey sure this will work? I have been to all those places and usually what happens quite a lot in London is that people don’t talk to each other… AT ALL! I can stand there, trying to make eye contact with a guy who is trying twice as hard to avoid eye contact with everyone.

    And this seems to apply to every man in London EVER. This was something I’ve been struggling with a lot. I’ve lived in London for 2 years now and moved here from a small provincial town in the countryside of the Netherlands, looking for my perfect charming Englishman. I assumed that in a big city the streets would be packed with single, eligible men and it would be really easy to find a boyfriend. However, moving to this city, I did SEE a lot of single, eligible and charming gentlemen, but they all seemed to be so busy avoiding people that I grew really disappointed. I decided to switch over to online dating but that hasn’t helped much either. Do you have any recommendations?

  5. Ro says:

    As a 30-something straight woman who lives in London, this list is ridiculous. Straight men in their 30 don’t do any of these things! I love art, theatre, culture and history, but I fully understand these are nana hobbies, and not going to get me laid (sadly).

  6. Cory Minty says:

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  7. Laetitia says:

    Brilliant take on the matter. So simple, and yet so uncommon.

  8. Julie says:

    Sorry forgot tell i’m a retired lady , looking for London retired or over 60years gentle honesty partner ..

  9. Julie says:

    I was born in Taiwan Taipei now staying in Melbourne Australia since last three years .

    Would like to know how can I apply dating with a senior partner ?

    Thank you very much !!

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  10. maya mendoza says:

    Silent dating wouldn’t be for me because I have a lazy eye and other eye problems that make staring into someone’s eyes a cue for them to ask who I was looking at. I am going to London and am an older woman. I don’t believe in going to places in the hopes of meeting men. It never worked for me. I prefer the old fashioned way of online communication. No, I’m not kidding. I was an avid letter writer and now a published author. In a letter you can tell how a person thinks if you look into it deep enough. Having said that, if a man still thinks a 63 old can be attractive and interesting to talk to, chat me up, I’ll be at Harrods having tea. I’m not into rigorous exercise unless its dancing and no way am I wandering in a park looking for Mr. Ripper. Hope you find this all amusing. I have. Aloha from Hawaii

    • Julie says:

      Hello As I was born in a small Asia country & my English not to well but I like learn more from my partner if’s suitable for both parties ..

      I’m staying in Melbourne but can traveling once I find a right partner ..

      I’m honesty & very gentle lady with warm heart & always concerned family & friend …

      I physical a attractive Asia lady & my inside same as my outlook !!

      Thank you your time !!

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  16. Anon ymous says:

    Great Blog,

    Fantastic. Good insight for the ladies. Both men and women can both be misunderstood. So articles like this really do help to unravel the mysteries.

    Well i know a good place to meet someone without having to 2nd guess. 14th of Feb me and a few guys are heading to the Truscott Arms in Maida Vale, for a singles party. Its free to get in, and there’s games and some free drinks and lots of the opposite sex. Kicks off at 18:00 so if there are any single women out there come down and meet us lads.

    • Shay Hellar says:

      Whoo hoo!Can i turn up to the Truscott Arms for some guaranteed men pulling? Not that im gagging for it mind but it would be nice to know it wont be a wasted journey!! Men I am available.

  17. Cora says:

    This post has some really interesting suggestions. However, I would only argue that Kew Gardens is not really ideal to meet nature lover guys. I am a nature lover woman and, although the Gardens are beautiful, I don’t hang around there all the time because you have to pay every time for entering. That’s not how a wildlife lover rides. A guy who loves outdoors you’ll most probably find him doing activities like hiking and climbing.

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  21. Monica says:

    I just stumbled upon this article, and it couldn’t come at a better time as I’m moving to London in a month. Will be trying all the suggestions, thanks Matt & all the girls that offered extra places.

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  23. Roger says:

    Just get a t-shirt printed that says “Desperate: will sleep with relative strangers”.

  24. Lucille says:

    I’ve found that a great place to meet men in Londonis a comedy night. Doesn’t have to be a famous or expensive one, in fact the best ones usually cost under a tenner to get in, they’re all over London and everyone has a good time even if the acts are bad – take a friend as guys usually go to comedy nights in pairs or small groups.
    Also, men looking to meet women are missing a trick here: join a choir! There are always more women than men in choirs, the same applies to drama groups and dance classes – women will outnumber the men every time so you’ll have plenty of choice! Do your homework beforehand though to find out the average age of the group you’re joining – don’t assume that choirs and drama groups are full of older ladies by the way, there are many performing arts groups in London that are very cool and have plenty of members in their 20s/30s/40s,
    Also, check out vintage nights and vintage events as you’ll meet a lot of glamorous ladies who are part of that scene!

  25. AnonymousGirl says:

    Also, what if your ideal guy would be relaxing at home on a Sunday?

  26. AnonymousGirl says:

    What is your advice for a girl who is moving to a new city for a job, but doesn’t know anyone there. Do you think it looks desperate to go into a bar/pub on her own, (not to find a man, just to have a drink)?

  27. Abdel says:

    A guy looking for love any help ? ;)

  28. Anna says:

    What about Southbank and Barbican. Perfect for meeting new people. I will definitely go to the British Library. My friend has just met someone there. Worth trying. Who knows?

  29. Anna says:

    Thanks, it’s not only about London. Nice guide to follow same options in other cities…for example mine.)))

  30. Jane says:

    This is what I always thought. Though, I met my ex fiance at an after-office party. There are exceptions, not many I shall say. I have not any decent guy ever since… I will try this new places.

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  32. khattak says:

    i wants friend ship with guy

  33. Savannah says:

    Some interesting ideas
    I’m checking out for more on the silent dating and Hyde park
    Although feel a bit wierd approaching someone in a park
    Although it always happens in the movies

  34. Mary says:

    Just stumbled upon this – great article! It’s definitely worth stepping out of your comfort zone and visiting new places and meeting new people!

  35. Sally says:

    Love these! I have to say Wimbledon in the summer is amazing for cute single guys of all ages. I always look forward to this :)

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