This is especially true considering the fact that San Francisco has a higher ratio of males to females, not to mention there are over 20, more single men than women in the Bay Area. In my opinion, there seems to be an overall attitude and lifestyle in San Francisco that has made it almost impossible to date anyone in this city. It means you have the chance to go on a date with someone once or twice, but your travel calendar always keeps you busy. No one has time to focus on a new relationship when he or she is building a company. Entrepreneurs are more afraid of failing when it comes to relationships than when it comes to building a company.
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This beloved, decades-old dive embodies all-inclusive San Francisco at its finest, welcoming a colorful cross-section of the city—young and old, gay and straight. In warmer months, live bands play everything from salsa to bluegrass out back. Between the casually competitive bar games, chatty patio, and ongoing dance party, introductions happen naturally. Layer up and head out to the Outer Sunset, where this comfortable, classy bar is serving inventive cocktails for a friendly crowd of artists and surfers. Owned and managed by Matt Lopez and Carlos Yturria—both avid surfers themselves—this spot attracts a contingent of laid-back neighborhood regulars.
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By Nadia Ibanez. While I was trying to get out of a bad relationship, I was offered a job in San Francisco. But in addition to starting an exciting new job, I moved here with the intention of finding a new man. Little did I know that the dating scene in San Francisco is a little different from that of the rest of the state. Even Broke Ass Stuart agrees that the dating scene here is weird.