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Apps have taken dating and turned it into a giant game of hot-or-not, where choices are endless and real relationships are few and far between.
“I used to think she was just this old-school sweet Polish lady,” Davis says.One night it was Magic and Macarons, where a Jewish magician performed and macarons were served for dessert.Another called Shabbat in the Sky was held in a 52nd-floor penthouse in New York’s financial district.This is “Shabatness,” an invite-only service that sets up young Jewish professionals over Shabbat dinners.Davis is quite rare, a matchmaker who does things the artisanal way, setting up singles through dinner parties, not apps or algorithms.Labe Eden, a committee member at Presen Tense who has attended a few Shabbatness dinners, says he was struck by Davis and her idea from the get go. The idea could seem old school—but each dinner has its own special twist.
He explains it as a more wholesome experience than dating at a bar. One dinner was called Bourbon and Beatbox, where contestant and special guest Jay Stone beatboxed the Shema, a prayer from the Torah.
And her next one will feature only male homosexual couples.
Even with modern traditions, the core of the evening is Judaism.
And San-Francisco-based Dating Ring, available in multiple cities, assigns users with personal matchmakers, only syncing up matches with permission from both users.
There’s also premiered in December thinks that Davis is on to something as “religion is the number one deal breaker” in relationships.
“The studies disturb me, and there are small things to do to keep the tradition alive but make it our own,” she says.