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You need a way to find a hipster to date, but the thing is, they’re out there, you just have to speak their language. Thankfully, TimeOut has a section called date these singles, however, we’re gonna help you out and weed out the bros and the brogirls, you know the type: Ugg boots, sweatpants with words on their bottoms, screams with their groups of friends “woo-hoo” at everything they deem cool. So check it out.

Azure, 25; “journalist-ish person”; Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Where we found her: Target First Saturdays at the Brooklyn Museum

“Friday Night Lights. Dark chocolate. Waking up at noon. WSJ ‘Life’ section. Aimless wandering. Mojitos. I wear glasses. Thanks.”

Her favorite date spot: “The Gowanus Canal. Don’t judge me.”

Want to ask her out? E-mail azure@tonypersonals.com.

Photograph: Jena Cumbo


Chelsea, 23; teaching artist; Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Where we found her: Target First Saturdays at the Brooklyn Museum

“I once led five friends out of Guatemala, fleeing a hurricane and a volcano, concurrently.”

Her favorite date spot: “Brooklyn Boulders (575 DeGraw St at Third Ave, Gowanus, Brooklyn; 347-834-9066, brooklynboulders.com), followed by a bar. Climbing is fun, drinking can be too.”

Want to ask her out? E-mail chelsea@tonypersonals.com.

Gina, 27; set designer; Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Where we found her: Target First Saturdays at the Brooklyn Museum

“I have Stockholm syndrome from life.”

Her favorite date spot: “Vanessa’s Dumpling House (118 Eldridge St between Broome and Grand Sts; 212-625-8008)—I’m a cheap date.”

Want to ask her out? E-mail gina@tonypersonals.com.

Photograph: Jena Cumbo

These are the ones that made the cut. Next time we’ll bring boys to the table too.

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Check out more singles, if hipsters are not your thing, at TimeOut’s website.

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