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She chatted with a network engineer at a gaming company, an investment banker and a bartender. Turns out that New York doesn't have the corner on the coffee and bagel market.Coffee Meets Bagel also got high marks in the Venture Beat piece.
"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.
I’m old enough to remember a time when, if you were waiting for a friend at a bar or restaurant, you did so while either reading a book or, wait for it: while taking in the scene around you, free of any devices or distractions. It meant that people were paying attention to the world around them, striking up conversations with strangers, and experiencing new things outside of their Internet bubble, in tangible and meaningful ways. Which, turns out, is a much more effective way of figuring out how you actually feel about someone, than, you know, a slew of gym selfies and generic emojis.
Now, if you walk onto a bus or into a bar, everyone is too mesmerized by the glow of their i Phone screen to look up, and see what’s happening around them in the world they actually inhabit. (No, I’m kidding; please don’t.) Perhaps, if we were all a little less reliant on technology to do, well, everything for us, we’d be able to meet new humans (dates, even! Considering “everyone” in San Francisco is loaded these days, you know, except those of us who aren’t, it seems like money shouldn’t really be an issue when it comes to dating.
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.
In the meantime, I’ve placed all of the dating apps in the “Games” folder on my phone as a constant reminder about exactly what I’m getting myself into, if I choose to play.