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There may be no such thing as an ideal neighborhood for single people, but even in this age of dating apps and websites, neighborhood continues to play a huge role in how, and whom, people choose to date.
If you're lucky enough to find someone who's attractive and interesting, but insane; or interesting and sane, but ugly; or attractive and sane, but boring; hold on to this person like grim death: they are a rare jewel.
Remember: New York rewards those who tolerate imperfections in others, like crooked teeth or a minor felony record.
Here are a few of the top places you should check out. Unlike many other cities, it’s almost impossible to locate a gay neighborhood in NYC.He is now fielding questions—ask him anything by sending an email here, but be advised that Dobkin is "not sure you guys will be able to handle my realness." We can keep you anonymous if you prefer; just let us know what neighborhood you live in. I have met interesting, attractive, not insane people but they all seem to be flakes. Give up and accept my fate as someone who ogles hot New Yorkers on the subway but goes home alone? A Native New Yorker replies: Dear Subway Ogler, Many newcomers find themselves loveless or friendless for a time when they first arrive in New York, but they rarely stay that way long. It can destroy an individual, or it can fulfill him, depending a good deal on luck.This week's question comes from a lonely Brooklyn resident: I moved to Fort Greene about six months ago. No one should come to New York to live unless he is willing to be lucky." So the question, really, is this: how do you get lucky in New York? You say you're looking for "Interesting, attractive, not insane people." Take it from a native: in 37 years I have never met a person in this city that embodied all three of these qualities at once.“And I consider myself a social person.”Though not opposed to online dating, she felt out of place in family-friendly Washington Heights and found her forays to Midtown and Lower East Side bars disappointing, the men standoffish.
Then one day, a friend texted her to come to happy hour at Rambling House, an Irish pub in the Woodlawn neighborhood of the Bronx.
Not least of all because she assumed the city’s dating scene would be far superior to that of suburban Rockland County, N. Castillo, 27, a special-education teacher who bought a studio apartment in Washington Heights two and a half years ago.“I was truly and honestly — I don’t know if this is naïve — but I was hoping to meet someone at the grocery store or walking down the street,” she said.