If you date an introvert and go to parties together, you're going to need a game plan.The introvert is going to get tired out and either need to go somewhere else or go home and rest after awhile, and this is something you should talk about ahead of time.If you’re meeting someone from an online dating website, getting a cup of coffee together is a customary first date.
Typically, I wouldn’t recommend getting dinner and/or watching a movie. You can literally go to a movie together, watch it, then end the night without getting to know your date any better.
It’s hard to break the ice on a dinner date, since there isn’t much you can do beside talk to each other (as an introvert, I’m not a big fan of small talk! Don’t do dinner and a movie unless you already know the other person somewhat (for example, if you’re going out with a friend or classmate).
This can be one of the trickier things to negotiate in an introvert relationship: their quiet time is deeply necessary for their internal social batteries, but it doesn't have to mean they're isolated. So don't deliberately leave your partner at home while you go to parties or gatherings because you think they won't enjoy them, or be surprised when they want to host a party; introverts get lonely too!
You can bond just as well, and feel just as connected, by being quiet in the same room — or, indeed, letting them be quiet and read in the next chair while you chat on Skype. And even extroverts can have their quiet moments; it's very rare to be entirely one category or the other.
My dude knows everybody, and can talk to them at great length wherever he is: on the street, at the supermarket, hanging upside down.