Dating scene detroit


Dark corners, jam packed dance floors and huge tunes is what Amnesia is all about.Here you can find the Cougars of Detroit getting down and dirty on the dance floor or lounging at the bar, hoping to catch the eye of a younger man.The potential employers headquartered in the city are diverse—Compuware, Little Caesars, Quicken Loans and law firms Dickinson Wright and Miller Canfield. Cincinnati-based Fifth Third Bank recently announced plans to move its Michigan operation center to Detroit.

On the other side of the gender barrier, “Southern gentlemen” are a draw for one singleton.

There are plenty of great bars and restaurants where you can meet, and date Cougars in Detroit.

“Since Atlanta attracts lots of different types of people from all over the place (including myself), you can find someone who’s your ‘type’ just about anyplace you go,” noted one respondent. We moved to cocktails and dancing at Sound Table and ended with late-night slices and some great good night kisses.” Man: “Homemade dinner, pregame at CNN Center, concert at Phillips Arena, stroll through Centennial Olympic Park, late-night dancing and sushi at Primal, movie at my house.” Woman: “He took me to the Rusty Nail on Buford Highway because I said it didn’t have to be anything too fancy.” Man: “Listening to hipsters read elementary schoolers’ essays as they drink PBR at the Goat Farm.

Women get points for being bold: “I’ve lived in numerous cities throughout the country, and Atlanta has the most aggressive women. ” noted another, who cited nightlife as the best thing about dating here. As one respondent griped, it’s “hard to safely get out to all the cool neighborhoods and get yourself home safely—without spending oodles on Safe Ride.” Said another, even more frankly: “Meeting someone who lives on the wrong side of the highway can be a deal-breaker.

ranked Atlanta number one on its list of “Best Cities to Find a Date in 2012.” But—with all due respect to statisticians—we turned to the real experts: actual single Atlantans. Not that we’re judging.) Here’s what the 280 respondents in our poll had to say about the state of singledom and the quest for romance in Atlanta.