First dates can be fun when things are planned right and there's chemistry between the people meeting up, but it can be stressful landing on the best spot to actually go, trying to decide between being too causal or too fancy.
For those who may struggle with this exact predicament, the dating app Clover is here to help you out, because they analyzed data from their 1.5 million users across the U.S. to figure out where the most first dates were headed in 2016. Here are the results.
Unsurprisingly, Starbucks earned the No. 1 spot on the list—as ladies love coffee and the security of knowing that a Spiced Pumpkin Latte will be their best friend in figuring out if the date's a stud or a dud.
While most of the other places are ones you might expect, like parks and other restaurants, it's pretty cool to see spots like Top Golf, Texas Roadhouse and Buffalo Wild Wings fall in the top-30. Props to those ladies cool enough to meet at any of those, typical, male-centric spots.
So, the next time you're looking for a spot to take a first date, just lean on this handy chart to help you out—hopefully, your date won't be offended and cancel 30 minutes before you're supposed to meet up like the past few have.