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13 Nov Top 10 Places to Meet Women

You should be meeting women everywhere. Yes, I know that’s very general. But, there are more women than men in most cities, so women are literally all over the place. If the idea of “everywhere” is too broad for you, here are the top 10 places that are great to meet women.

1. Try A New Restaurant

Busy, single women don’t always like to cook for themselves. They think it’s too much of a hassle to cook for one person. This is why they need a boyfriend – so they can have someone to cook for! Just kidding. However, when they’re tired and hungry after work, single women are likely to dine out at a restaurant – either alone or with a girlfriend. So if you want to meet a new lady, try a different restaurant at least once a week.

2. Get Sweaty

It’s a fact that women like to workout. They want to look and feel great, so they frequent gyms and exercise studios. If you meet a woman at the gym, you can see what she really looks like when she’s all sweaty and sans makeup. If she looks good in exercise clothes, imagine how great she’ll look all dolled up. People who work out are usually much happier and more fun to be around.

3. Bring On The Vino

Wine tasting events are awesome opportunities to meet women because they’re something that women can attend alone. Not all women have a plethora of girlfriends to go out with, which limits their extra curricular activities. Women are eager to experience new things. Most women also appreciate a good glass of wine. You can kill two birds with one stone – meet a woman and learn something new about wine.

4. Take Your Dog For A Walk

If you’ve walked by a dog park before, you’ve probably noticed that it was filled with droves of women. A dog park is a place to take advantage of – especially while it’s still sort of nice out. You can tell your dog to start playing with her dog, and the rest is history. If you own a dog, try out a new dog park every so often.

5. Join A Meet-Up Group

Women who are active and enjoy being out and about join meet-up groups. Meet-up groups have events for virtually every kind of person and hobby. Depending on what activities you love, you can pursue all of them.

6. Start Cooking

Women who want to better their kitchen skills take cooking classes. A cooking class enables a woman to explore her culinary skills and have fun in a relaxed, non-pressuring setting. Go to a cooking class and you’re almost guaranteed to be the only man.

7. Go Au Natural

Hands down, Whole Foods is the best grocery store to meet women in. For some reason, it caters to a beautiful crowd. It’s unlike Trader Joes or Fairway. If you spend 5 minutes walking around, you’ll see tons of pretty, fit women. Head to Whole Foods, even if you don’t like food shopping!

8. Pick Up a Sport


Do you like tennis or running? Well, start to love them both! Tennis clubs and running groups are filled with active women. Joining a tennis or running club is like a trifecta; you can see women in cute workout attire, better your sport, and get in great shape.

9. Namaste

Yes, I know, yoga isn’t for everyone. Most men think it’s very feminine and too calm for them. But, it’s a fabulous way to meet women. The majority of women who practice yoga are naturally pretty and in shape. It’s a bold statement to make, so go to a yoga studio and see for yourself.

10. Brush up On Your Culture

Experience a typical New York moment by going to a museum or art gallery. There are always new exhibits to view. If you’re meeting a woman at a museum, chances are she’s interesting, cultured, and can teach you something. I mean, how sexy is intelligence!?

Do you have any more places to add to the list?

 

 

Carly Spindel
carly@janisspindelmatchmaker.com

Carly Spindel is persistent, vivacious, and gregarious. With over 110 successful marriages, Carly is a pioneer in the industry. Carly has been featured on Eye Witness News, Sunrise Australia, and Good Day NY. Carly has been seen in The New York Observer, Elle Magazine, Thrillist, Crains, Resident Magazine, and Fortune Magazine. She is a dating and relationship expert and contributes to publications such as Jdate, StyleCaster, the Huffington Post, Guest of A Guest, and Elite Daily.