Ratio: 1.096 men per 1 woman Well-being: 27th out of 189 metro areas Unemployment: 3.8 percent Wage gap: –21¢*Violent crime: 5.95 per 1,000 people *Omaha's wage gap is based on the state of Nebraska.(The study we referenced did not have Omaha-specific data.) Claim to fame: Down-to-earth residents and a plethora of lakes.Where you'll eat: The Twin Cities are a foodie paradise, from the James Beard– nominated Butcher & the Boar to the much-hyped Heyday.Where you’ll hang: Young singles congregate in the Whittier neighborhood, at chill bars like Eat Street Social and quality thrift stores like The Lost & Found.Pictures below are from Real South American women without photoshop and makeup.Argentina is the South-American country with the largest amount of European heritage.Little-known fact: It’s been rated the fittest city in America three years in a row.
Where you’ll hang: Bars on East Sixth Street, like East Side Showroom, and on South Congress, like Crow Bar, are “laid-back, not gross and cruise-y,” says Amanda, 36.Guy you’ll meet: “If you like the mountain man look, Denver is a good place! Claim to fame: Home to Warren Buffett and Conor Oberst Little-known fact: It's called "Silicon Prairie" for its thriving tech scene.Where you'll work: Low overhead and competition mean it's easy to incubate a startup.Men are there to see music and have conversations, not just to get laid (though there’s that, too! Guy you'll meet: He's got "neck tattoos and good manners," says Machell, 40.Claim to fame: Hundreds of days of sunshine for skiing, hiking, biking, climbing, and rafting. Where you'll work: It's an energy hub, and tech and telecommunications are on the rise, too.Oddball date: Head to Wabasha Street Caves, a Prohibition-era club built into the sandstone, for live music and dancing.Insider tip: Compared with the Coasts, it's a "friendly dating culture," says Laura, 30. If things are steamy, head to a campsite post-sunset.British men should beware of the Falklands war and never mention anything that could remember this war to the locals. Secondly, some of them look like Italian models except they are much more modest.The singles scene in New York City is a little crazy, maybe even certifiably so."The creative community is booming," says Kristin, 28.Where you’ll hang: Catch bands at the Slowdown and sip craft cocktails at Boiler Room in the Old Market District.