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Especially since it seems like most people prefer to do their “dating” from the comfort of the couch while binging on Netflix and pondering just how many more days they can get away with not bathing. There are actually a ton of people in SF who love to get out and about, do cool stuff, and meet new people… So make this the year you swipe left to all of your lame dating apps and actually go out and meet someone in real life.
Perhaps at one of these places—all of which are frequented by other single San Franciscans. I’ll never forget the time I saw my 8th grade science teacher rollerblading around the Marina Safeway and hitting on chicks.
Union Street, North Beach, Haight Street, Fillmore Street… Put people in a room, give ’em some tasty food and drink and the next thing you know, everyone will be talking, and getting along, and saying “I do” a year later. Seriously though, SF has so many kick-ass events where you get to try awesome food and drinks and meet cool people who also enjoy doing that.
Daisy Barringer moved to San Francisco when she was six years old and though she considers herself a "local," knows better than to ever call herself "a native." She resides in Cole Valley, but spends a lot of time in Tahoe with her 150-pound Saint Bernard, Monkey.
This climbing gym has fantastic views of Crissy Field… Many bad decisions have been made at this Valencia bar, but many numbers have also been exchanged.
This neighborhood bar is all about laid back good times and the patio makes it the perfect place to settle in for some weekend day drinking. You don’t want to seem like a lunatic right off the bat.Tip: Sign In to save these choices and avoid repeating this across devices.You can always update your preferences in the Privacy Centre.Head there with a group of friends and challenge the person who meets your eye to a game of ping pong. Head to Momo’s outdoor patio before or after a Giants home game for slightly tipsy, very chatty people who will definitely want to buy you a beer and maybe also ask for your number. This particular location is good for meeting other people since the alleyway is conducive to chatting while you and your future significant other patiently wait for your coffee to be made.Just beware: Giants games attract out-of-towners so that cute guy or gal may actually be from Modesto. You can get a day pass, so once you meet you soulmate, you never have to go rock climbing again. That being said, this is probably not the best place to meet someone if you’re the kind of person who can’t speak before the first cup of the day.