SF Singles Overview

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The San Francisco singles scene does not disappoint. Whether looking for a handful of numbers or a soul-mate connection, there’s spots all over town where the unattached flock.

A great place for congregating singles is John Colins in SoMa, a little club with a solid happy hour and strong drinks that are sure to help build the confidence needed to talk to that hottie across the room. As a bonus for the college crews, those with student IDs get $1 off beverages on most nights.

For a loungy singles scene in San Francisco, Russian Hill haunt Tonic attracts a relaxed after-work crowd that sips cocktails on the plush couches while making eyes at the sexy patrons seated nearby. Anyone who is short on talking points can impress the object of their affection with a conversation about the rotating artwork that adorns the interior walls.

As home to the largest LGBT population in America, San Francisco’s gay singles have a lot of eye candy to enjoy when roaming the Castro – the first “gay neighborhood” in the country. Rowdy bars like Truck and Hi Tops are packed with head turners looking for companionship.

If none of the above options make one’s radar blip with singles, then the Marina is the area to hit up. Home to a young crowd of successful professionals and fashionable scenesters, the nightlife comes alive with party-happy bar hoppers who are ready and willing to flirt.

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