Howie said the love debate is “setting up a residency” here because the Twin Cities has the perfect storm of ingredients to brew up some high-quality coupling.His radical theory: The Midwestern ethos we think makes us poor candidates for success on the dating front actually works in our favor. Like everywhere else, women here want men to try harder and men want women to make things easier.Be prepared to delve into the eclectic and exciting city that is Minneapolis.Experience the vast queertopia where I have resided for nearly five years.For those unfamiliar with the dating landscape of the Twin Cities -- or newbies arriving to town looking for love -- there's one thing you should know: we’ve kind of got it going on.In addition to being extremely good looking in our own Norwegian, lumbersexual sort of way (and that's just a fact), we’re fun, funny, open-minded, and basically the best at everything. Still need more reasons to date someone from the Land of 10,000 Lakes? We love binging on Netflix just as much as any other state, but the idea of spending every day in front of a screen just isn’t our jam.In Minneapolis, you’re more likely to see the same people again.” Most of the show’s audiences fall between the ages of 35 and 55, with men skewing slightly older than women, but attendees range from early 20s to late 70s.Shows targeting particular demographics include a couple of college nights, a Christian singles night and an LGBT night.
There are a lot of beautiful northern people up here too, just so you know.I like things measured, so I decided to rate each section in this guide with 1 to 5 “you betchas!” I dare you to try to find a section that’s under 3.Our local restaurant and beer scene is very impressive.So much so that even the least sophisticated eater may learn a thing or two and embrace their inner-foodie or craft-beer snob while in town.