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“But the Potomac seems to be a psychological barrier.” In an age of dating apps with location filters — and Metro summer shutdowns — we reached out to professional matchmakers to ask just how common this geo-phobia was.Is there any hope for those looking for love in the retrocession of District of Columbia? “Everyone I work with is serious about relationships and are willing to go the extra mile.In the words of one man, the river is less a body of water and more a “Great Potomac Divide.” But after I joked about the phenomenon last week, hundreds shared stories on social media of how they’ve been left adrift — or shamelessly drop dates themselves. “We never had a 4th date.” When asked why he’d been ghosted about half a dozen times, Sean from Arlington (who asked us not to use his last name) said he wasn’t sure.“To me, it’s just a couple extra stops on the Metro line,” he said.
But there are new creative ways of keeping a relationship fun and spicy,” said O’Connor.
He says he loves places like Fuego, Wilson Tavern and Clarendon Grill, which each yield different types of people.