It’s summer in the city. That means it’s time for beach days, rooftop bars, and concerts and festivals galore. All that time outside (and out of winter hibernation) translates into tons of opportunities to meet new people — especially if you’re in the market for a summer fling or long-term significant other. If you find yourself scouring the streets for your next bae, Tinder’s newest findings might be of interest to you. The dating app used its own data to find the most swiped-right neighborhoods in America among eight major cities’ metro areas.

One consistency among these neighborhoods is their proximity to young people: Since Tinder’s user base is mostly millennials, it makes sense that the highest app activity occurs where this demographic lives. What’s different, though, is the extent to which millennials in these cities are willing to travel for love.

“We notice that users in cities that rely on public transportation (like New York) typically tend to have shorter distance preferences compared to users in cities where it’s more common to own a car (like Los Angeles),” Rosette Pambakian, Tinder’s head of brand marketing and communications, says. “We can assume this is because you’d want to be able to meet your potential date closer to where you typically are, especially given potential delays when commuting using public transportation.”

Scroll below to see how the neighborhoods in your city stack up, and start swiping!

New York City skyline downtown Manhattan

New York City

1. Downtown Manhattan

2. Uptown Manhattan

3. Brooklyn

4. Staten Island

5. The Bronx

6. Queens

Cambridge in Boston


1. South End

2. Allston/Brighton

3. Brookline

4. Back Bay

5. Somerville

6. Cambridge

7. Charlestown

8. Seaport

Adams Morgan neighborhood in Washington DC


1. Adams Morgan

2. Columbia Heights

3. Shaw

4. H Street

5. Capitol Hill

Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, CA


1. Castro

2. Pacific Heights

3. The Marina

4. The Mission

5. Nob/Russian Hill

6. East Bay/Oakland

7. Potrero Hill/Dogpatch

Santa Monica in Los Angeles, CA


1. West Hollywood

2. Silver Lake

3. Beverly Hills

4. Los Feliz

5. Venice

6. Koreatown

7. South LA

8. Santa Monica


10. Echo Park

Downtown Atlanta skyline


1. Virginia Highlands

2. Old Fourth Ward

3. Midtown

4. Buckhead

5. West Side

6. Brookhaven

7. Inman Park

8. East Atlanta

Chicago skyline from Lincoln Park


1. Lincoln Park

2. Old Town

3. Wicker Park

4. River North

5. Wrigleyville

6. Logan Square

Denver skyline


1. Washington Park

2. The Highlands

3. Cherry Creek

4. Boulder

5. Capitol Hill

6. LoDo

7. RiNo

Does someone’s location determine your attraction to them? Let us know @BritandCo!

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