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It's a big world and the BBPeople community wants to help you connect with singles in your area.Tennessee is known as the "Volunteer State" and BBPeople is here to bring their Big and Beautiful Singles together.It's a big world and the Marriage Minded People community wants to help you connect with singles in your area.Tennessee is known as the "Volunteer State" and Marriage Minded People is here to bring their Marriage Minded Singles together. So we asked some local singles and dating expert Elana Averbach for suggestions on some of the RIGHT places to be on the lookout for love: Cleveland Museum of Art Mix events, clevelandart.org: These monthly Friday-night events attract around 1,000 art and music lovers looking for a sophisticated night out in a lovely and lively local setting.
Area singles say once you get past college and clubbing age, this family-oriented town can be a difficult place to find a match.
The huge atrium is perfect for mingling, and the art and entertainers lend themselves to easy conversation openers. " Loop Coffee Shop, 2180 West 11th St., Cleveland: More than one person suggested this Tremont coffee shop/record store/gallery as a good place for singles, so there must be something happening here. " says Bruno Tatalovic, 46, a Cleveland actor, filmmaker and educator.
"Loop is never crowded, it has a nice second-floor space with old records and CDs. Cleveland Metroparks, clemetparks.com: Meet fellow nature lovers or exercise enthusiasts at hundreds of monthly events, from group hikes to bird-watching and photography clubs.
You can actually hold a conversation in there, and the chairs are fairly comfortable. Bier Markt, 1948 West 25th St., Cleveland: This West 25th Street bar is a "hub for high-spirited love connections," Averbach says.
In fact, all of West 25th Street is good ground for mingling, with a built-in pub crawl from Bier Markt and Market Garden through ABC Tavern, Old Angle and Nano Brew.
The vibe is laid-back, generally attracting a well-behaved late-20-something-and-older crowd, not like the meat market of the Warehouse District.