Want to enjoy a meal on us and maybe meet the man or woman of your dreams? Let the Boston Globe Magazine play matchmaker. We’re looking for adult applicants of all sexual preferences for Dinner With Cupid, a column that matches two singles up for a blind date and then details their evening out together. Of course we hope that sparks fly, but we’ll write about the date even when things don’t go so hot.
Participating requires a commitment. You must complete our questionnaire to help us in the matchmaking; entries will be selected on the originality of answers and available matches. During the date, we need you to snap a few digital photos of the two of you at the restaurant; a camera will not be provided. And once it’s over, we require that you debrief us with an “Exit” questionnaire that fills us in on how the date went from your own perspective, the ups and downs. By submitting answers to us, you agree that we can publish them as part of any article we write and we can share your answers with potential dates.
To enter, you must be at least 21 years of age and a resident of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, or Maine. You must be available for a date that we set up, agree to attend that date, and be willing to sign our declaration of eligibility and release. We will not provide transportation to or from the date, and we will reimburse dinners up to $100, but no more. If you go over, the difference is on you.
*** Employees of The Boston Globe and their family members are ineligible.