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But as we trudge through the throes of winter and become awash in Valentine’s Day hype, singles are now logging off from their online dating sites — and seeking out the social equivalent of comfort food.“I want to meet the man of my dreams in person, and I’d prefer him not to know a whole heck about me based on my profile on Facebook,” says Mika Bareket, owner of The Good Egg, a cookbook shop in Kensington Market that features popular meet-cute evening classes on everything from knife sharpening to wine appreciation 101.“How many of our mothers and best friends tell us to get out there and try things?

We want people to remember what it was like in the days before we were constantly connected.”The banality of incessant text messaging, confusion about Facebook status and general addiction to spying on one another’s Twitter feeds are all innovations that can make dating feel tiring during winter’s endless parade of grey days.There are no new reports about Alex and his waitress-girlfriend from Caffé Demetre — once they met, neither of them were ever heard from again — but Aimee Buxton is happy.“I met someone recently and he seems nice, but we’re kind of taking it slow,” she says.East Meet East is a successful platform for creating happy, passionate, and fulfilling relationships.You may find the following sites useful: Most newspaper classified ads include a section on housing rentals.Voir and Hour, two free weeklies published every Thursday, have good listings and can be found in just about any Montréal café.