Available Hipsters

by • February 18, 2012 • StuffComments Off204

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.

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

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