They say love don’t cost a thing, but in San Francisco, a little extra money to eat at one of 50 Michelin-starred restaurants or to check out some of the tech industry’s favorite nightclubs doesn’t hurt.
“It’s this combination of new blood and new technology that I think makes San Francisco the most exciting place right now to be young, rich, and single,” says Tony Bravo, relationship columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle. “You never have to have the same date here twice.”
Sure, it might be the priciest city in the nation; but when you take into account the beautiful views, plentiful activities, and substantial dating pool, it all starts to add up.
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