Most Helpful Guy
Wealthy folks tend to have LOTS of social activities. Probably the most common are private parties held by their friends (or that they throw themselves). They also belong to expensive organizations (country clubs, golf clubs, tennis clubs, etc.) that most middle or lower-class people couldn't afford, so they spend a lot of time around other people just like themselves.
Most wealthy kids go to upper-end colleges - including expensive private colleges/Ivy League schools - and they go to those places less for an education and more for the contacts they'll make - contacts that they'll draw on their entire lives.
After college, they'll do whatever it is that interests them as a career - often business, finance, tech, law, medicine - something with a high earning potential in most cases. And they'll socialize at places appropriate for their age group - in their early 20s, if they're in bigger cities, they'll often go to expensive nightclubs, or travel (and stay in nicer hotels, or rent a "vacation rental" house to stay in). As they get older (30s and later,), it's more of the country club thing, which is a combination of sports and social events - plus a heavy diet of private parties for their friends.1
Most Helpful Girl
Rich people casually integrate with common people in more upscale parts of town.
Itd be more interesting for the girls to meet them in a common place, rather than some mansion party.
I met a millionaire at a McDonalds in Orlando FL lol he was way to old for me, but I guess high class food can't compete with a spicy Mc Chicken 😂0