The singles scene in New York City is a little crazy, maybe even certifiably so.
If you prefer snobs of the burger variety, head to Holeman and Finch, where every night at 10 p.m., you can line up for one of the 24 acclaimed double-patty (grass-fed chuck and brisket) cheeseburgers, served on house-made buns.
Atlanta’s residents also made the top 20 for being smart.
Sin City naturally ranked highly for its people-watching and came in at No.
2 for nightclubs, including relative newcomers Li FE at SLS and the indoor-outdoor Drai’s at The Cromwell.
To catch sets where the music and audience are equally compelling, check out the standing-room-only Marathon Music Works or Mercy Lounge; for more of a sit-down scene, go to Sutler Saloon, which offers “grass-fed” bluegrass shows on Sunday nights. As a testament to its wealth of strapping crooners, Nashville also ranked highly for fun girlfriend getaways.
Angelenos made a strong first impression on readers: attractive people with an on-trend sense of style.
Other trendy hangouts are a little more accessible to the non-red-carpet crowd: Tamarina, for one, features an oyster bar and alfresco champagne bar, plus a reasonably priced happy hour.
You might meet other singles while strolling through galleries and past street art on the Wynwood Art Walks, held the second Saturday of the month.
“You can dress a little wilder, slap on some fake eyelashes—you can do anything you want, at any age.
There are no judgments.” Unabashedly batting those faux lashes got the Big Apple more than a few second glances this year.
The winning cities in the singles-scene category excel in the off-hours, ranking highly for nightclubs, dive bars, and even great diners, where you might lock eyes with someone over a late-night order of fries.