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So, what’s the solution for successfully dating in San Francisco?I honestly think people need to stop basing everything around their dating standards.We need to be open to dating people we might not typically be interested in.Having an open mind will ultimately go a long way in a city that seems to be set on certain standards.I’ve been on a number of dates in SF that have ended on this note: “I would really like to see you again, but I am flying to London (or New York or China) next week. Entrepreneurs are more afraid of failing when it comes to relationships than when it comes to building a company.Let’s get this straight: The majority of people in San Francisco are married to their jobs.
Honestly, I don’t know a single person in San Francisco who isn’t on a dating app.
Hinge is a popular choice across the board, but SFGate reported about a Hinge study that looked at San Franciscans' opening lines and tried to predict how likely someone might be to reply, depending on what someone kicked things off with.
"The best performing opening lines in the Bay Area focus on nostalgia or youth, while the worst ones involve the entertainment industry," they found, so be sure to ask about your match's first concert when you get the chance.
Clover "would be the offspring of Ok Cupid and Tinder if they had a one-night stand and forgot to use a condom," says SF Weekly. Clover is all about "swiping less, dating more," and incorporates "on-demand dating."This site is all about connecting people for actual relationships. But I'd be leaving something out if I didn't include Tinder as an option in a big city at this point.
The Dating Ring, writes SF Weekly, is for "those who are looking for a serious relationship and aren’t meeting the right people at bars or through friends," or "the anti-Tinder."I mean, obviously. A piece in Venture Beat about two single San Franciscans (one guy, one girl) sampling different dating apps had the girl give Sway (formerly "Let's Date") 3 out of 5 stars, which was actually a pretty high score.
Here are five reasons why: San Francisco is a city full of young, single and ambitious people. It’s evident that San Franciscans understand the amount of time and effort it takes to build a startup.