4 Places to Meet Latinas During the Day
Personally, I hate 99% of the pickup community....but..
Personally, I hate 99% of the pickup community.
Simply defined, day game is the practice of meeting and attracting women anywhere other than night venues such as bars or clubs. Most dudes take this is a weird extent and schedule blocks of their day to go harass women on the street.
I’m writing this article simply to give you some options when you’re already out and about during your day. At the same time , this will improve your dating life while also helping you get to know your city.
1. The Coffee Shop
This is actually hilarious - It's a running joke that Latin people can be found at the coffee shop at every hour of the day. A lot of Westerners view coffee shops as a place to stop in, grab a plastic cup, and leave, or as a place to put on headphones and get some work done on their computers.
Latinas hang out at coffee shops simply because they have nothing else to do or because they are with a group of friends who don't feel like drinking alcohol at the moment. Latin America also has a coffee shop on nearly every corner. You simply need to find one that is more populated and has great women.
You can usually find these somewhere near a park or in a fancier neighborhood. Because coffee shops are a more innocent hangout, it's much easier to strike up a conversation. You could even play up the fact that you're new in town. It's not just the patrons - the workers are typically friendly as well. Unlike American coffee shops where the workers sit behind the counter all day, Latin coffee shop workers typically walk around the shop and hang outside on the patio.
2. The Street
I'll start by emphasizing the importance of respecting the people you talk to. Avoid being the goofy, tourist pick-up artist (PUA) type of person who wanders the streets all day attempting to pick up women. However, it is worth noting that Latin America can be a great place to meet women in public settings.
Contrary to what some may believe, loser PUA individuals have not ruined the experience in Latin America. Additionally, women in Latin America tend to dress exceptionally well when they leave their homes, unlike their Western counterparts. There is a philosophy in Latin America that emphasizes the idea of never knowing when or where you may meet your future spouse. It is not uncommon to witness women dressed elaborately even for a simple trip to the grocery store.
I will NEVER endorse the idea of dedicating time to roam the streets in search of women. However, if you are already in Latin America, you probably appreciate the abundance of shops and markets lining the streets. When you're out running errands or exploring the city, it requires minimal effort to strike up a conversation and ask people for directions or recommendations on places to eat.
Latinas take pride in their country and city, and they often enjoy providing recommendations to foreigners instead of seeing them remain mere tourists without truly experiencing the local culture.
3. Parks and public squares
Parks in Latin America serve as vibrant public spaces, much more so than American parks. They are actively utilized by people. Whether it's the weekend or a weekday, you can visit almost any large park in Mexico and witness dozens of women strolling through.
Additionally, parks often host events organized by animal foundations or city-sponsored concerts and festivities. The relaxed and leisurely atmosphere of Latin American parks means that people are generally open to interactions. Nobody is in a rush, and individuals don't merely use the park as a shortcut. This makes approaching people in parks relatively comfortable.
It's worth noting that the prevalence of individuals behaving inappropriately or making others uncomfortable in public spaces hasn't become as common in Latin America. Most of the individuals who engage in such behavior tend to rely on platforms like Tinder instead of approaching women in real-life situations.
In America, malls have somewhat lost their popularity, and the tradition of dressing up and visiting malls has diminished. People tend to dress more casually overall. However, in Latin America, malls continue to be heavily frequented, and some of them are quite upscale. It can be surprising to see a wide range of high-end international brands available in these malls.
Furthermore, even in average Latin American malls, the food courts are often more elaborate and offer a diverse selection of culinary options. Malls in Latin America have retained their significance as social and commercial hubs.
Malls in many Latin American cities are great locations not only for shopping but also for their additional entertainment venues. These malls often feature attractions such as movie theaters, mini golf courses, and cocktail bars.
There are also a million reasons for you to be in a mall and chat up women -
* Specifically in Mexico City - The Antara Mall in Polanco is known for being a place where women dress up just to be seen and possible approached.
The bottom line is that meeting Latinas doesn't require visiting bars and clubs. In fact, you may find that you encounter more genuine and wholesome women during the daytime. There are no sleazy expectations, and Latin Americans, in general, tend to be friendlier than people in Western countries.
Whether you've just arrived in a Latin American city for a short visit or you're an expat who has been living there for months or longer, I encourage you to get out of the house, explore the culture, and meet new people.
Share your experiences by leaving a comment and let me know how it goes for you.