As if going on Dates exist these days, I’ve come across some cool spots that you should know about and I should look forward to in my future. With the single girl woes beyond me, we always find the perfect places to go on dates when were lonely. HA! I’ve decided to share with you the top 3 places that I would take my significant other on a date in the Bay Area.
2442 Webster St. Oakland, Ca.
(courtesty of Oakland town Art)
This eclectic place has the perfect happy hour. I met one of my girlfriends here for drinks, and despite the hot bartenders that might distract you the have great FOOD! Happy Hour is from 4:30-6:30 pm where you can indulge Quesadillas, Kabocha Squash Tempora, or cripsy Tofu. If you’re feeling hungry I’d go for their famous Hamburger and fries, all made to order. The setting is warm and the enviornment is creative, with great music and conversation you will be sure to enjoy ur date.
3601 Lyon St. San Francisco, Ca.
Okay, call me a nerd but I love going to museums and re living my childhood. You learn so much and it’s very interactive for you and your date. The Exploritorium is celebrating its 40th Anniversary, you can experience the sound sandwich, cow’s eye dissection, and even a canoe tour. So forget about your dinner plans and hit San Francisco for a day of exploring the human body, culture, art, and science.(Ah, educational).
510 Embarcadero West, Jack London Square, Oakland Ca.
So, I’ve been to both the one in Oakland and in San Francisco and for some reason I find it a little cozier for a perfect date night. If you are anything like me snuggling up to your mate with the sounds of Dwele, Goapole, Mos Def, or even other known jazz sensations would be the perfect way to start your weekend. Over japanese food and cocktails, if you seem to agree with the nightlife, I’d suggest you get your tickets for your latest jazz, smooth ensemble.
There you have it, my top 3 picks for the perfect date in the Bay Area, I honestly think that couples have no excuse when it comes to places to go and things to do in your location. I always seem to spot a museum or bar somewhere, get creative and ditch those sorry excuses for boredom.