Dating in brooklyn
“While Manhattan is great, it has a bit of a ‘been there, done that’ feel.” Malov isn’t the only one who believes Midtown has lost its charm.“Manhattan just isn’t as interesting as it used to be,” Time Out New York’s Deputy Editor (and Brooklynite) Carla Sosenko explains.
“Brooklyn is filled with new and exciting places with a vibrant energy in the air,” says NYC-based dating coach Arthur Malov.But that it’s true to who she wants to be as an entertainer. “We’re all very close and I don’t feel like I have to hide anything from them.Me and Brooklyn could very easily go through the back of places and we can do whatever. ” “I think I’m allowed to live my life and have fun and do as I please,” she said.“There’s a quaintness that exists in lots of parts of Brooklyn that seems to only exist in pockets in Manhattan now.” From Manhattan to Queens, singletons of the five boroughs are vying to couple up with Williamsburg’s finest.And it’s easy to understand why, considering the unattached of Brooklyn boast their own flair.