Or at least what passes for regular in New York: the faade is splashed with Barney purple and the inside sports a mix of retro lounge furniture and shelves featuring boxes of Pop Tarts and Cracker Jack.But the clientele within seems a bit more preoccupied than normal.
She’s already a pro at blending dating and coffee shops: She founded Drip Cafe on Manhattan’s Upper West Side in 1996, which let customers search physical binders filled with dating profiles.
Slotnik set out to build her own house of dates, Drip cafe on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.
Four years later, Slotnik is engaged, and 56 other couples owe their nuptials to Drip.
Half of the guests look like they're on first dates - which they are - and the others are checking out potential dates by flipping through binders or watching who's coming through the door.
UPPER WEST SIDE — Nancy Slotnick has been setting people up in New York City for decades.