Dating Coach for Men


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Muv Bar
10 Front St. W (Brookfield Place), Toronto, ON M5E 1X8

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Jul 07 2018


07:30 PM




40+ events,
Speed Dating

TORONTO – BAHAMA MAMA! Speed Dating + Social Cocktails

Dreaming of palm trees, blue waters and tropical cocktails? Your paradise awaits at BAHAMA MAMA! Speed Dating + Cocktails. We’’ve gathered lovers of all things tropical for a night filled with new faces, good laughs and memorable connections. Paradise is calling…


What's included

  • Speed Dating with pre-screened eligible singles
  • One cocktail
  • Delicious appetizers
  • Trendy venue
  • Professionally hosted event

Age group

  • Men: 45+
  • Women: 45+

Men can expect to meet women ages 43-56 at this event. Women can expect to meet men ages 48-60. This is based on past events in this age category.

Venue Info

Nestled in the heart of the Financial District, MUV Bar is a fresh new destination that boasts a menu containing a diverse wine list, local beers, and hand crafted cocktails. Whether you’re comfortably cozy inside the rustic interior or enjoying the indoor open-air patio, MUV Bar is a must visit Toronto hot spot.

Dress Code

Your Summer’s best! Floral and Hawaiian prints, let your inner Bohemian shine through.


How many people will attend?

14-24 guests in total. You will meet 7-12 people of the opposite sex.

How strict are the age groups?

If you are up to two years below or above the advertised age range, you can still participate. We do recommend checking with us first.

Need more information?

We’re happy to help! Visit our FAQ or Email us for a quick reply.

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2 thoughts on “TORONTO – BAHAMA MAMA! Speed Dating + Social Cocktails”

  1. I am thinking about signed up for this event. I have been to these before years ago and there was an uneven ratio of men to women, i.e. more women. What do you do in the case there is more women than men who sign up?


    1. Hey Wendy! It can happen that there are more women than men. However, it’s also often happened that we’ve had more men than women! In any case, we do always try our best to aim for an even number, but it is possible the ratio can be (slightly) unbalanced.

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