We вЂ™m sitting in a Manhattan apartment viewing the sunlight set with 11 of brand new YorkвЂ™s many qualified Jewish singles. ItвЂ™s Friday evening in addition to dining dining table is just a traditional shabbat settingвЂ”a kiddush glass filled up with dark wine, freshly-blessed candles and challah bread thatвЂ™s been ripped aside and passed across the dining table. The group is hushed as Erin Davis a 30-year-old, waif-like blond, our host for the night, announces it is time for ice breakers, where weвЂ™ll read funny and ironic details about one another and guess who it may be.
Later IвЂ™ll keep after organizing a romantic date by having an adorable guy handpicked by Davis who my mom would kvellвЂ”ahem, gushвЂ”over. It is вЂњShabatness,вЂќ a service that is invite-only creates young Jewish experts over Shabbat dinners.