Ann Cutbill Lenane is taking a different tack to meet the one. For years, she's been advertising real estate on the little TVs inside the city's cabs, so she thought why not make a commercial to advertise herself?
"I've raised two kids, have been a real success in business, but now it's my time to find the guy," she told Inside Edition.
The ad, called "A Man for Ann," cost $5,000 and is now playing in more than 7,000 taxis across the city.
"If you're a gentleman with a kind and gentle soul and you love your mother but you still don't live with her, give me a call," Lenane says in the ad.
Asked why she didn't just give dating apps a shot, Lenane said it was important she be more than a picture.
"I wanted to give them a little bit of my personality," she said.
And while her friends worried about her revealing her true age — 57 — Lenane is owning it.
"I'm not 35 and if somebody wants a 35-year-old, that's not me, but I'm fit, fabulous and 57 now today," she said.
So are there any suitable candidates?
"A couple," Lenane coyly replied.