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These Are The 20 Cities That Suck The Least For Singles

These Are The 20 Cities That Suck The Least For Singles

If snuggling up with your pup and Netflix queue has you feeling a little lonely this Valentine’s Day weekend, it may be time to book a trip to a more single-friendly location. Travel and Leisure recently released a list of the top 20 cities for singles, with every destination specializing in all of the things that singles love: a wide array of nightlife, restaurants, and local attractions and events, such as a killer music scene or a wide variety of arts festivals. Whether planning to stay single and enjoy the scene with friends or explore the city with an infinite number of new first date options, these are the cities that you definitely need to check out.

20. Boston, MA
19. San Francisco, CA
18. Baltimore, MD
17. Tampa, FL
16. Cleveland, OH
15. Providence, RI
14. Dallas, TX
13. Chicago, IL
12. Kansas City, MO
11. San Diego, CA
10. Minneapolis, St. Paul, MN
9. New York City, NY
8. Los Angeles, CA
7. Nashville, TN
6. Las Vegas, NV
5. Atlanta, GA
4. Austin, TX
3. New Orleans, LA
2. Houston, TX
1. Miami, FL

….ok, so some of these might not be the best places for singles to live, but if you’re looking to hold onto your bachelor pad a little while longer while looking for new partners, you might want to book a vacation to Vegas, NOLA, or Miami.

As we’ve already attested, both Houston and Nashville are awesome for millennials, so you may actually want to start putting in some job applications there, with my sincerest apologies to the lifetime residents. If you’re having a hard time deciding where to go, just close your eyes and pick a spot, any spot, in the South – not only is it the home to the top 8 cities listed, but I hear it’s slightly easier to meet someone when not faced with the choice between staying in pajamas or going out to a bar in -8 degree weather. Pull out your shorts and your credit card – it’s time for a vacation.

[via Travel And Leisure]

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Steph W.

The Recruitment Chair is a mid-level employee with a low-level salary and six-figure taste. She realizes her expectations far exceed reality, so she spends her days pinning away Loubs she pretends are in her physical closet instead of her virtual one. Her hobbies include lounging around in leggings and an oversized sweatshirt with a bottle of $14 wine while binge-watching episodes of Game of Thrones and Mad Men, as well as....well, that's really it.

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