|Chance of Hooking Up||6.5|
|Male to Female Ratio||.99|
|Average Date Price||$110.00|
|Most Popular Dating App||Tinder|
|Identify as Religious||68%|
A commercial and cultural hub in northern Texas, Dallas is the ninth most populous state in America yet only the third most populous city in Texas. The ladies are known for their blonde hair, fierce temper, and cute accents while the guys are known for their chivalry. Is it true that everything is bigger in Texas? You’ll have to find out for yourself.
According to the US Census Bureau, it’s nearly an even playing field out there with a ratio of 50.6% percent women and 49.4% men. With over 1.3 million residing in Dallas, there are plenty of fish in the sea to choose from. The metropolitan area is even more expansive with a population of over 7.5 million.
Dallas is a beautiful place to live not only because of the people but because of its 0% income tax rate, which has a huge impact on the cost of living. The city has seen its job market increase by over 3.3% last year and is predicted to continually increase over the next ten years.
Major industries include technology, defense, financial services, life sciences, and more. There are a total of 42 fortune 1000 businesses headquartered in Dallas, including Exxon Mobil, AT&T, and Southwest Airlines.
If you like sports, then Dallas is the place for you. It’s home to seven professional sports teams including the Cowboys (NFL), Stars (NHL), Mavericks (NBA), Wings (WNBA); FC Dallas (MLS), and the Texas Rangers (MLB). It’s also a hotspot for NASCAR activity and Indy racing. Golfers will be pleased to learn that there are over 200 golf courses within the metropolitan area.
The internationally recognized skyline is surrounded by over a million acres of publicly accessible land. There are half of a dozen lakes within a stone’s throw of the downtown area to cool off in the summer heat. Dallas has a humid subtropical climate. Winters are nearly nonexistent while summers can be hot and sticky with average highs of 96 degrees.
Texas is known for its conservatism, but it comes as a surprise that Dallas is home to one of the largest LBGQT+ populations in the United States. In fact, Dallas’ Oak Lawn was voted as top-ranked gayborhood in America.
Singles in Dallas can be found peppered throughout the expansive city, but you’ll have the most luck in these areas:
A lively entertainment district next door to the Dallas Downtown Historic District, Deep Ellum is the live music capital of North Texas. It’s a cultural hub saturated with street murals, art galleries, Tex-Mex eateries, and local watering holes. Deep Ellum is known as a haven for the artsy and lovers of live music.
The area attracts singles that are laidback, trendy, and forward-thinking. The crowd’s age ranges from mid-twenties and on. It’s not a place where you will find reckless bros and ratchet females. In Deep Ellum, you’ll find a single that keeps you interested with their quirkiness yet down-to-earth enough to bring home to the parents.
Dot’s Hop House & Courtyard is by far the best bar in the area. It’s an industrial-style bar with picnic table seating that is sure to get singles mixing and mingling. The highlight of Dot’s is its huge and lively courtyard. If you like beer, then there is no better selection than what you’ll find at Dot’s.
The Bomb Factory is a medium-sized live music venue that offers performances from both local and international acts. It’s really the perfect size to meet other singles. It’s big enough so that there is plenty to choose from, yet small enough so you don’t feel overwhelmed.
The Uptown area is infamous for its electric and lively bar scene. The area was designed with pedestrians in mind and has public transportation options available on a fun trolley, so you don’t have to drive under the influence. With pedestrians in mind, the area is well-lit and regularly patrolled so it feels safe.
Uptown is where the ladies and men dress to go for a well-dressed night out. It’s probably the best area in all of Dallas to meet gorgeous singles to land hookups. It’s jam-packed on Fridays and Saturdays with a young crowd that likes to let loose.
The area is a walkable live-work-play community with trendy bars including Theory, Uptowns one and only true nightclub. It boasts world-class service, state-of-the-art audio and visual systems, and mind-boggling production. The huge dance floor and sexy lights are sure to get singles dancing with one another.
Uptown tends to get crowded and wild on the weekends, whereas Deep Ellum is more chill and laid back. Lower Greenville is a happy medium. It’s home to trendy bistros, hang-out patios, and a buzzy live music spot.
Truck Yard is sure to provide that Texas vibe. It’s a retro trucker-themed area with food trucks, a treehouse, and trailer bars. It has live music out on the patio on select days and is a well-rounded place to hang out any time of the week at any time of day. It’s a borderline must-visit when in Dallas. The quirkiness of Truck Yard makes for the best conversation starter with strangers. At night, the area fills up with singles looking for a good time.
Happiest Hour gives Truck Yard a run for its money as far as atmosphere goes. It’s known for its gorgeous patio with breathtaking city skyline views. It’s got incredible food options with craft cocktails and affordable prices. It’s a dynamic spot with a diverse crowd of all ages.
If you met another single to take out on a date in Dallas but don’t know where to go, then look no further! Take a look at our suggestions below:
Side Car Social
The worst experience that you can possibly have on a first date is an awkward silence. There will be none of that at Side Car Social. This is an expansive social club with over 20,000 square feet to lounge in. If neither of you are big drinkers, then you’ll still have a blast here. No alcohol is needed to enjoy Side Car Social (although it helps).
Side Car Social has live music, a karaoke room, classic games like bocce ball and shuffleboard, live sports, and so much more. You’ll often find that the food is subpar as establishments like this, but not here. Start your date out with a bite to eat and then roam around for the rest of the night playing games. It’s nearly impossible to have a bad time at Side Car Social.
Dallas Arts District
Looking for a free date idea? Check out the Dallas Arts District and enjoy the largest continuous urban arts district in the United States. With 68 acres of free art to gaze upon, you’ll find a plethora of museums, live performances, mini-festivals, and tons of art installations.
If you’re looking for a sporty date, then consider a free workout class at the Klyde Warren Park. There are pop-up events that you should keep your eye out for such as free classes, lectures, concerts, and more.
Your date will love roaming the streets and parks of the Dallas Arts District with you. Aside from being free, the best part about the District is that you can wander wherever your heart pleases without an itinerary.
Dallas World Aquarium
The Dallas World Aquarium is essentially a three-story mini rainforest. It’s an aquarium and zoo that features wildlife native to Costa Rica, Peru, Mexico, Brazil, and Venezuela. Many aquariums get a bad wrap for mistreating animals, but the Dallas World Aquarium helps preserve biodiversity and raise awareness of animals in need.
Tickets are $26.95 plus tax per adult. It’s recommended that you buy your ticket in advance and reserve a timeslot. If your date loves cute and cuddly sloths, feeding live animals, and touching sea sponges, then they’ll love the Dallas World Aquarium. It’s an interactive aquarium and zoo that has petting zoo-like opportunities.