Nana Wereko-Brobby
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Nana Wereko-Brobby is a professional matchmaker, date curator and foodie.

She runs London-based offline dating agency Social Concierge (www.socialconcierge.co.uk) where she sorts out the love lives of twenty- and thirtysomething young professionals, mostly in the comforts of a cocktail bar.

Nana lives in Islington, writes in the British Library, and dates anywhere that will grant her entry.

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Five Reasons to Quit Online Dating

(0) Comments | Posted 7 May 2014 | (16:10)

Online dating can be effective but it can also be a big barrier when it comes to getting out there and meeting someone you spark with. Whether you perceive it as the final frontier in your quest for love, or an efficient tool for playing the numbers game, there are...

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Top Three Sloane Ranger Dates

(0) Comments | Posted 15 February 2013 | (11:16)

Who doesn't love Chelsea? Well, a lot of people. However, for hot dates there are a few things working in its favour. Namely, very good looking surroundings, fancy restaurants, cutesy coffee shops, swanky cocktail bars and the Saatchi Gallery.

Here are three recommendations to suit a variety of tastes,...

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Where Would Lena Dunham Date if She Lived in Dalston?

(0) Comments | Posted 5 February 2013 | (12:56)

There are too many great things about the HBO series Girls, the foremost being its creator Lena Dunham. She brings twentysomething women's personal, professional and dating lives to the spotlight in a true to life format, without overplaying any grating "real women" cliches. She also gives a frank two-fingered salute...

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Three Winter Warmer Dates in London

(0) Comments | Posted 23 November 2012 | (12:58)

The desire to hibernate is overpowering at the moment. It's becoming much harder to cross the threshold of your doorway, let alone play the part of alluring sex symbol on yet another drinks date.

However, if you do want to replace your hot water bottle with an actual person to...

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The Death of the Menu

(0) Comments | Posted 5 November 2012 | (15:18)

I already know what I'm having is a phrase you will hear echoing around every restaurant in town these days. Formerly the pastime of only neurotics and dieters (and certainly neurotic dieters), scoping out a menu online before even setting foot in the restaurant has become an extension of today's...

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