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and all that choice just makes it harder to mastermind the perfect move. ) are just a few of the criteria to consider when matching a restaurant to your particular romantic entanglement.

Don’t skip out on Jane’s Carousel, where $4 gets a couple a ride on a beautifully carved chariot.

Finish up the perfect day with some pizza and wine for two at Juliana’s and then enjoy a decadent hot chocolate at Jacques Torres on Water Street.

“The dates people post really reflect the time and place in popular culture in New York,” says co-CEO Brian Schechter, 32.

BOOK A DATE Pumpkin pie ice cream — Chinatown Ice Cream Factory (65 Bayard St.; 212-608-4107; 7;open daily); pumpkin beers — DBA (41 First ave.; 212-475-5097; 113 N. Brooklyn; 718-218-6006; both locations open daily); pumpkin muffins and pies — Smorgasburg (Williamsburg waterfront between North Sixth and North Seventh streets at the East River; brooklynflea.com/smorgasburg; Saturdays 10am to 5pm) Puppet play date It’ll be ribbit-ing Who needs snooty art?

Spend some time in the pool, and bring your date to the deck for a lovely view of the city! More information about the Floating Pool This lovely, neighborhood park sits on a hill and boasts a one-of-a-kind view of Manhattan’s skyline and its namesake neighborhood.

The park’s Fifth Avenue side is perfect for sunbathing, picnicking, and watching the sun set on the waterfront as music, dance, and games bring a new spark to the park's evening festivities.

If you've worked up an appetite, get lunch, dinner or even just a snack and a cocktail at the New Leaf Bar and Restaurant in the park.

The restaurant, whose menu items are "inspired by local green markets," according to its website, dates back to the 1930s, but had fallen into disrepair until it was renovated and re-opened in 2001.

Are you fresh out of ideas for where to go on a date? We spoke to one of New York’s hottest dating Web sites which revealed where its daters go for a fun night out. Gerstein, a writer and editor at the Web site Frisky, explains, “I like pizza. So I figured even if the guy sucked, the pizza would be totally worth it.” Erin Hawkins, 23, a bookseller from Bushwick, and Mike Ponsiano, 27, a loss-prevention associate from Bed-Stuy, skipped the biking and went straight for the pizza—free at the superdive-y, super-fun East Village favorite Crocodile Lounge, where pizza is free with any drink order! From dates involving pumpkin ale to pumpkin muffins, this is the new seduction gourd, for sure.

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