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  • Hoboken Guys Weigh In: The Best Spots to Meet Single Women {in Hoboken}

    While we pride ourselves on being the experts on all things girly and Hoboken, sometimes we know when we need a little assistance. It’s a crazy fact you should know, but about 45% of our readers are actually male {yes, you can breathe a sigh of relief if you thought you were the only one there, bro}. That being said, we don’t want to leave you guys out on the reg, so we’ve creating a series called “Hoboken Guys Weigh In” — which rounds up the best info for the men in town by the men in town. That being said, our second question is one that may help both the men and the ladies — ‘Where can I meet single, dateable women in Hoboken?


     

    For the {male} masses: 

    What is the best spot to meet single women in Hoboken?

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    ^Dare we say a #HobokenGirlSocial? {This one had 200+ ladies at Lulu’s in the W!}

    “Ale House, Turtle Club, Coopers Union, and ShopRite (happened once).” — Yinka A., 31

    Little City Books. Easy conversation starter spot, because you can say ‘Oh, I’ve been meaning to read that book,’ and you don’t feel like a creep. Unless she’s reading something like The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants.” — Trevor R., 38

    “The dog park. It’s so easy to strike up a conversation and usually people are very nice and enjoy talking about their dogs. Plus, if she doesn’t like dogs that’s usually a dealbreaker for me, so it’s probably a good gauge of how compatibility will go.” — Ryan O., 31
    “This sounds weird, but…a juice bar or any healthy food bar place (like honeygrow). There are so many single chicks hanging out there waiting for their green juice and organic food that it’s crazy. Just stand there while she’s trying to make a decision and ask her something about her juice selection, and you never know what could happen.” — Greg O., 26

    Wicked Wolf on Sunday for a football game. There are people from all over the place there, not just Hoboken, which means you can meet more people from different places. Better odds.” — Jeff L., 23

    “The Madison. Good music. Good vibes. Good crowd. Most importantly the music isn’t too loud, so you are actually able to hold a conversation with people.” — Brandon B., 29 

    “The best spots to meet Hoboken girls in my opinion is anything off Washington Street. I’ve found that most of the locals my age hang out at Willie McBrides on Saturdays — for live cover music— or the Shannon or McSwiggans on Fridays. I also like meeting people at Pier 13 because the vibe with everyone outside is a lot less aggressive. .” — Will L., 24

    “Volunteer organizations. You know she’s a good person, and it’s easy to start a conversation since you’re both working at the some spot. Bars too, of course.” — Aidan S., 33

    See More: 7 Volunteer Organization in Hoboken That Need Your Help

    “Pier 13. There is always a good mix of men and women. Definitely a good spot for a single guy.” — Jake T., 23

    Jersey City. I know, I know, this is about Hoboken spots — but really, there’s a whole world of ladies right down the street in JC that are at bars just like the ones in Hoboken. It’s good to get out of your comfort zone and check out a new location, you never know who you might meet.” — Deven S., 41.


    So there you have it. From the mouths of real Hoboken men — so that you don’t have to take our girly word for it. Have another spot you think is key with the ladies? Leave a comment below!

    See More: Hoboken Guys Weigh In: The Best Spots to Get a Men’s Haircut in Hoboken

     In this series as a whole, we’ll be answering questions about all things brotastic with a little help from the men in and around Hoboken. While we may not always agree with *everything* written or submitted by everyone, we will do our best to share as many answers as we think are helpful and knowledgeable. So man up, ladies and gents — because here we go!

    Our next question that we need you to weigh in on:

    “What’s the best Hoboken spot to go for a happy hour after work and WHY?” 

    Comment below with your answer to this question [or email your answer to hello@hobokengirl.com with your age + first name/last initial], and you may be featured in our next “Hoboken Guys Weigh In” roundup.


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