Where to go to meet other singles in Honolulu (for any age)
Whether you’re in your 70s and looking to make new friends, or in your 30s and hoping to find “the one,” check out these social scenes across Honolulu.
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If you’re in your 50s…
Honolulu Museum Art Classes
If you’re looking for something a little more hands-on, take a ceramic, sculpture, painting, drawing or printmaking class from the Honolulu Museum, where you’ll no doubt meet smart, like-minded people like yourself. honolulumuseum.org/learn/classes.
This piano bar at the Halekulani Hotel exudes class and sophistication. Visit on the weekend for live jazz and some of the town’s best cocktails. Dress to impress. 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday. Halekulani Hotel, 2199 Kalia Rd., 923-2311.
The Plaza Club
This club located atop Pioneer Plaza may be members-only most of the time, but there are still a couple nights out of the month where the public is allowed to mingle with its people. Visit on the First Fridays of the month, and view an art gallery showing, or visit on Third Thursdays for its jazz night. (Also recommended: get a membership!) Pioneer Plaza, 900 Fort Street Mall, 20th and 21st Floor, 521-8905, theplazaclub.com.
Chaine des Rotisseurs
With age comes refined tastes, and because of that, the Chaine des Rotisseurs may be a society you consider joining. These members are foodies, chefs, sommeliers and anyone else who have a love for food and wine. bailliages2.chaineus.org/honolulu/index.html.
If you’re in your 60s and upwards…
At the edge of Waikiki, The Elks Lodge is popular among retirees. Singles love its large restaurant and bar with ample room to meet other singles, while staring out at its stunning view of the open ocean. But, you have to become a member first. elkslodge616.com.
Hawaii Ballroom Dance Association
This association has some of Honolulu’s most fun and vibrant group of individuals. Become a member and learn how to waltz your partner across the floor, or join the association at one of its public socials. hbda-hawaii.org.
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