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San fran dating scene

The San Francisco dating scene can be a frustrating nut to crack, so it helps to have the right tools at your disposal.

It may feel a bit cheesy to wander over Golden Gate Bridge and check out the vista from the hills above, it may feel cliché to take a sunset cruise around San Francisco Bay but these are classic trips for a reason – the views are gorgeous and make for agreat date atmosphere.Everyone here knows someone who’s looking for love online, and indeed, many have tried it themselves. In fact, with so many people in San Francisco dating online, singles are spoiled for choice and can afford to pick and choose the site that most suits their priorities.For those singles whose priorities include finding a truly compatible long-term partner, Elite Singles can help.A front-runner has to be Blackbird, an elegant bar in The Castro that serves up delicious drinks to a dapper gay/straight clientele.And, not only does the ‘Bird do delicious cocktails, some are even Game of Thrones themed – who wouldn’t want a date that included a whisky cocktail called ' The Mother of Dragons'?Afterwards, try Forbes Island, a floating lighthouse/island/restaurant that offers amazing views out across the water, a delicious seafood menu and even an underwater dining room!

The novelty factor is high for this date; after all the only access is via the restaurant's complementary water taxi.

For a casual first date, you can't beat coffee.

And, in this city, the local café scene is so rich with choices that the hard part isn't finding somewhere great, it's narrowing down the options!

The premise is simple; the practice, revolutionary.

"It's like being at a cocktail party or a coffee shop," says Tinder co-founder Justin Mateen of Tinder's way of mimicking real-life interactions. For the past week, I'd been evaluating guys on my commute (what's with all the facial hair?

Matchmaking service the Dating Ring has even launched a crowdfunded campaign to send New York's single women to meet all of San Francisco's "eligible bachelors." At first, as women do, I internalized the problem ("the glasses are distracting"; "I'm going to the wrong places").