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The Ultimate Girl's Guide On Where (& How) To Score A Date In S.F.

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    Anyone with eyes can see that there's a plethora of babes roaming the streets of our fine city. But, when it comes to actually taking a bite out of that sweet eye candy — well, that seems to leave many S.F. singletons scratching their heads. Guys and gals alike gab about who should make the first move and ruminate over our tech-centric behavior ruining the act of courtship. Seriously, if we had a dime for every time someone asked us where to meet eligible cuties in our town, let's just say we wouldn't be hard up for cash.

    So naturally, we hit the streets and endured the awkwardness (hello, blushing over here!) to create a genius guide to dating that will help you ladies navigate the single scene depending on the type of suitor that tickles your fancy. Whether you're into bearded hipsters or are crushing on cute creatives, we've got you. Get ready for some insider intel from the city's hottest single guys and gals on where they hang, what they're looking for, and how to scoop 'em up! Now, who's ready to give Cupid a run for his money?

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