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I've found people here to be much colder than people from the East Coast.
People are polite and welcoming, but only to a point.
Consider Mt Charleston, Lake Mead or Red Rock Canyon for outdoorsy adventure, roller coasters at New York New York or the Stratosphere, or a late night Cirque show, followed by tapas at one of the hundreds of gorgeous restaurants and wine bars throughout the city.
Entertainers built this city, and it’s a sure bet your date at least knows someone who works in the Industry, so be careful before you speak.
- Everyone in their mid twenties seems to be married or in a serious relationship. This makes it hard to go out or do things with other singles.
- Everyone else seems to be very cliquish or weary of people they're not best friends with.
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I'm new to LV (~4 months), but I have to say the worst part about it is the dating scene for guys in their mid twenties. I've been here for over four months (single the entire time) and haven't even come close to almost going on a date yet.
I'll take people from the East any day as they're the opposite - they may not be super friendly upfront, but if you hit it off with them they'll want to hang out all of the time.