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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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The Dragon Upstairs.

photo: courtesy The Dragon Upstairs

Hawaii Opera Theatre

The 2012-2013 season is just starting, so it’s a perfect time to take up this hobby, if you aren’t an opera-lover already. Performances draw crowds… and, maybe a single person—or two—for you. hawaiiopera.org.

Manoa Valley Theatre

Known for its off-Broadway performances, Manoa Valley Theatre draws a large crowd of seniors each season. manoavalleytheatre.com.

The Dragon Upstairs

Another great location to listen to jazz, The Dragon Upstairs is a fun, and cozy, venue to drink a glass of wine and catch a live 5-person jazz band. Call ahead for its schedule. 1038 Nuuanu Ave., 526-1411, thedragonupstairs.com.

Other recommendations:

  • Visit a dog park, with your dog.
  • Join a gym.
  • Hike, or exercise, at Koko Head.
  • Frequent Starbucks.
  • Shop at a Farmer’s Market every weekend.
  • Get season passes to a UH sport.
  • Become an active volunteer of your favorite nonprofit.
  • Take up running.


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