Send the most interesting person a "heart," and if one is returned, the app opens into a chat function so the two people can arrange a date.
Those singles will decide whether to date a "part-time gym-goer, full-time pizza pundit," or someone whose profile admitted, "I dip my fries in my Frosty and put chips on my sandwich.
Frawley just moved back to this area after nearly three years in Philadelphia, and it's been hard to meet friends, let alone go on dates.
A friend recommended The League over other dating websites such as Bumble, Frawley said.
Fish, mussels, lobster, clams, scallops and shrimp are all called from responsible sources and our “fresh” philosophy dictates that our relationship is directly with the fisherman.
In fact, the way we place our orders often means that the fish you will enjoy with us tonight has not yet been caught.
People who want to join The League initially sign up for the wait list, and stay there until they are vetted by The League's staff.Jeni's (Splendid Ice Creams) is the way to my heart." The League will add more people to the local dating pool weekly.Users don't have to be vice presidents or CEOs, but the app does "look for people who are driven," Davis said."I got the impression The League is for people who are serious about dating," Frawley said. "Somebody who has their crap together," she laughed.The League -- which does focus on people who want to date and not just text endlessly -- is trying to promote equality in marriage, according to CEO and founder Amanda Bradford.