Thanks to the Fine Dining Club there have been three marriages, two babies, more than 50 ongoing relationships and well over 1,000 dates. She says: When I tried internet dating I felt that all the men on it were married.
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Diners have been known to come from as far as Donegal and Monaghan. Tickets cost £100 and include a Champagne jazz reception, a three course meal and the evening will be rounded off with a DJ for singles. The first came from the very first club and I wasn't expecting it at all.” Liz didn't expect the Fine Dining Club to reach that heights it has but she's looking forward to expanding to Dublin and elsewhere. Statistics show that 60% of people lie on their online profiles lie about their weight with 48% lying about their height. She says: “Men lie about their height and their income, women lie about their weight and their age. “This way it's a bit safer for women and a little more honest — it's harder to lie in person.” Jane, (43), is divorced and runs her own business in Newtownards.
They came up with the idea of a night out for single people to meet and mingle. “We booked a private dining room for 30 people in Deanes restaurant in Belfast and started asking people if they would like to come.
I had done everything you're supposed to when you move somewhere new.
You would end up in a crowd of 20 out of which you had met two before. “I also had a bit of a habit of matching people together, I would think that so and so would get on really well with someone else and it usually worked.
A pair of my best friends are married now because I introduced them.” A friend of Liz's, Kim Johnston, had also recently returned from London and was lamenting the lack of a dating scene for singles over the age of 35.
For two years the fine dining was just a hobby for me until September last year when I registered as a sole trader.
Now this is a full time job.” Anyone wishing to take part in the dinner party must first arrange to meet with Liz in person.
Liz (43) explains how that visit home five years ago changed her life: “I was coming home for six months then heading back to London,” says Liz, now 43.
“I had no intention of staying put.” Having gone to school in England at the age of 16 it had been at least 20 years since she had spent any considerable time here.
The next day Liz will phone to find out how many people clicked with each other .