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Consider a highlight reel of the local bachelors I’ve come across on Tinder: a guy posing with Steve Wozniak (I think this was supposed to be impressive?
); a guy wearing Google Glass; a “happily married entrepreneur and father of three”; a guy in front of a Tesla sign; and a guy who messaged me, “In 50% of your photos you’re holding an i Phone.
”Rudolph is dumbfounded—yet aware of what the guy is talking about. Along with the usual lines of luxury cars came a crop of town cars and taxis dropping off ladies of a certain age—Thursday night at the Rosewood is what’s known locally as “Cougar Night.”The hotel doesn’t exactly list it on its official calendar, of course.
“There’s no question that we have become one of the regional hot spots for that scene on Thursday nights,” says Rosewood Sand Hill managing director Michael Casey.
I put my laptop on the table and futzed around on my phone (look at how tech I am!
) while eavesdropping on the two cute Aussies next to me, both of whom were married, which I soon realized.
“That’s not what I was hoping you’d say,” said a single friend visiting from Manhattan.
He has to ask.“Excuse me, why do you have ‘Rosewood’ written on your hand?
” Rudolph inquires.“Because, dude,” the barista replies, “my friend told me if I go there on Thursday night I’m guaranteed to get lucky!
Surrounded by three of the wealthiest Zip Codes in the country, its high-design interiors and higher-powered happy hours have given a county known for coding a new sense of cool.
Halfway to the hotel, Rudolph pulls into Starbucks for his morning coffee.
At the counter as he orders a tall Americano, Rudolph is surprised to see the word “Rosewood” scrawled in pen on the barista’s hand.