Bed-Stuy watering hole, playing vintage LPs (Willie Nelson, Hall Oates) and showcasing fiber art on airy white walls. Within five minutes of talking to this guy he asked me to go back to his apartment and watch movies, says Helena Akhtar, 21, a graphic design intern from Gramercy, who recently caught a local emo act in the bars back room. Based on mention, ratings and tips referring to singles in its location-sharing app Swarm and its crowd-sourced City Guide, Foursquare determined the hottest spots in the five boroughs for those looking for love (or lust).
According to them, these are the five neighborhoods to geo-socially explore when urges arise. 230 Fifth Ave.;. "My taste varies, and there seems to be a lot of guys who live/work/socialize there." Dan from the Upper West Side agrees: "Hell's Kitchen has the most options these days. Always sex ads in Islington ready but "often flaky adds Mark from dumbo. The uniform: Supreme T-shirts and Forever 21 rompers with the occasional Gucci accessory. It can get messy.