LINQ’s BLVD Cocktail is a piano bar with craft cocktails, an LED-light cloud installation, and views of the High Roller observation wheel.
And make your point of view heard by voting in the America’s Favorite Places survey.Gorgeous locals, a wealth of nightclubs, and a wild streak as long as the beach: Miami climbed from second to first place this year, thanks to its flair for throwing a big party.2 for nightclubs, including relative newcomers Li FE at SLS and the indoor-outdoor Drai’s at The Cromwell.If the dance floor is not your scene, one of the top places to give the locals another chance is at the elegant pre-Prohibition-style lounge Commonwealth on Fremont in Vegas’s happening downtown.But a good singles experience in NOLA need not be limited to collecting beads: some cool places to meet a more local crowd, off the tourist grid, include the Saturday night dance party at the Hi-Ho Lounge in the Marigny; Bywater wine bar Bacchanal, with its live-music-filled courtyard; or Fulton Alley for late-night “boutique bowling,” with shareable, andouille-sausage tater tots.
The seat of Texas government is also the nation’s capital of hipsters, according to readers, who also ranked Austin No. Given Austin’s high density of both college students and bearded Peter Pan types, the can’t-miss spots for meeting singles include dive bars and food trucks: you can find both at Wonderland on East 6th, a stylishly low-key bar that provides space outside for the Thai-flavored East Side King truck.
There are no judgments.” Unabashedly batting those faux lashes got the Big Apple more than a few second glances this year.
New York City landed in the top 10 for the best cities for singles, according to readers.
Hot spots like Wall at the W South Beach or the Italian-restaurant-meets-cocktail-lounge Cavalliget a big boost when celebs grace the premises, whether it’s Bieber or the formerly single Clooney.
Other trendy hangouts are a little more accessible to the non-red-carpet crowd: Tamarina, for one, features an oyster bar and alfresco champagne bar, plus a reasonably priced happy hour.
In Boston, one of the coolest bookstores does Trivia Nights, while in downtown L. “New Orleanians live and breathe festivals—like Jazz Fest, and even Creole Tomato Fest,” says native Stephen Schmitz.