Tamsen Fadal and Matt Titus, our favorite New York City dating and relationship experts, answer your questions about how to find someone special in New York City, dating unavailable men, getting back into the NYC dating pool after a hiatus, and rude date behavior.
Single Guy in Soho writes: I am a 24-year-old straight male who has been living in New York for almost 4 years.
I have been trying to meet a girl the entire time, but the hot ones all seem to have boyfriends.
Honestly, I'm so frustrated that I am most likely going to move out of the New York area to California because of this issue.
Plus, many times these men are in absolutely no hurry to commit to one woman. They have way too many options with all of the single women out there more than willing to go out with them.
A lot of women in New York start to compromise what they really want in a man just to have a dating life.
If it goes well, have you packed your tiny overnight toothbrush in the event of a sleepover?
Bumble, the popular female-focused dating app, has opened its first physical location in Manhattan’s Soho neighborhood.
The pop-up installation has been dubbed ‘The Hive’ and is set to remain open for the month of June.
So I asked New York-based relationship experts, matchmakers, and authors Tamsen Fadal and Matt Titus to share some tips on how to find love (or at least a good time) in New York City.
I have to say that New York City men have got it made.
The space is decked out from head-to-toe in Bumble’s branding, featuring yellow walls, honeycomb shapes, and plenty of bee-related puns.