The space is actually divided into a separate restaurant and bar.
The smaller bar is luxe-looking, but we’re going to recommend you sidle up for a drink at the central bar of the larger restaurant area.
If, for instance, you choose to “meet up” with someone but don’t actually end up matching with them, it isn’t difficult to work out what option they chose.
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And that view only gets better when the weather cooperates, out on the massive terrace.
Popular with boaters who want to take a field trip to Amsterdam’s more Eastern aquatic havens, the massive Harbour Club (now the scion of a whole chain of spin-offs) has plenty of room inside and out.
There you'll fully enjoy the richly transformed industrial interior’s plants, wood, and leather textures, and birdcage lamps supplying pops of color.
It's also where you can snag some food to go with your pitcher of the cocktail of your choice.
The feature was spotted by Motherboard’s Jacob Dubé, who said it was also available to some of his friends in Canada, but none of his colleagues.
It isn’t clear what the feature is actually called – or, indeed, if it was designed specifically with dating in mind – but Facebook has confirmed that it’s being tested on i OS and Android in Toronto and New Zealand.