What City in the United States Wins at Romance?

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It's February 14th, and the love is in the air! Well, I don't know about you, but snow is in the air where I live... But otherwise, on Valentine's Day, many couples celebrate their relationships, full of love and happiness. And single people, hopefully, raise a glass for being happily single.

But have you ever wondered whether your city is a romantic one or not? Have you ever stopped to ask what's the most romantic city in the world, or at least in your country? Let's answer that question!

Opentable vs Instacart Statistics

Two giant tech companies post the "romance statistics" once in a while. For instance, Opentable, a service that allows dinner bookings (not sponsored), shared the numbers collected all over the United States. According to them, the most romantic city where couples booked the most tables for the V-day was Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The 2nd place goes to St. Louis, Missouri, followed by Savannah, Georgia.

Instacart, a grocery delivery app (again: not sponsored), conducted research and presented different results. They analyzed data based on the "romantic" searches, such as "roses," "chocolate," and others. Instacart reports the rankings as follows:

1st spot: Boston, MA

2nd spot: Atlanta, GA

3rd spot: Austin, TX


The data is very different, and those two studies didn't overlap even a little bit. However, I can totally see southern states being homier and offering tasty comfort food which can be enjoyed on Valentine's Day and any day of the year! Also, would anyone decline to have some Boston Cream on February 14th? I wouldn't. I had a Boston Cream donut today.

The numbers have spoken. Today, it's all about love and food!

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