Fun dating ideas at night
Now we have so many (23 of the best ones are detailed here) that you and your date could even do a bar crawl visiting these watering holes. While some people like to have romantic candlelit dinners on dates, others love a good adventure exploring really weird and creepy stuff.Don’t let the name of this place confuse you -- it’s not quite a museum like LACMA or MOCA -- but rather a bizarre experience exploring art, trinkets, and stuff that will have you giggling and muttering to your date, “What the hell?We’ve highlighted 20 of our favorite restaurants with outdoor patios here, from a sweet rooftop bar with Fijian food to poolside dining at a swanky ‘60s-style hotel.Watts Towers is unlike anything else you’ll see around LA.” We don’t want to spoil it for you, but all we can say is go in with an open mind and just know you’re in for a fun and delightfully unsettling time. ) got even cooler when it opened its new restaurant, Maple (run by hotshot Patina Group), where you can get lunch and a righteous weekend brunch with dishes like fried chicken and beignets or huevos rancheros.An added perk is that you get to end your visit with a trip to the rooftop garden where you can have tea and cookies… As an added bonus, the restaurant will be open for dinner service as a pop-up from November 19 to January 8, 2018 (closed some nights, so check the website) during the Descanso Gardens’ Enchanted: Forest of Light ticketed event -- a crazy 1-mile light display through the grounds -- which could become a “light show & chill” sort of thing, if you know what we’re saying.You can reminisce about your voyage afterward while grabbing coffee and delicious bites at Beacon, the new spot at the boathouse.
That’s why we’ve tracked down 25 date ideas in LA that are actually, y’know, fun.
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If the date’s going well, extend it a little further with a bite to eat at nearby Beachwood Cafe, which just so happens to be owned by LA is #blessed with good weather pretty much most of the year, which means we have a plethora of al fresco dining and drinking options.
You can, of course, re-enact plenty of movie scenes from -- who can get you into the legendary, members-only Magic Castle where illusions abound and dinner is actually much better than it used to be.
Or, if you don’t, you could impress your date with an intimate show at Black Rabbit Rose, the new magic theatre from the creative Houston brothers (Break Room 86, Good Times at Davey Wayne’s, etc).Pack a picnic/stock up at Trader Joe’s and catch some live folksy music on the weekends, or get wild with the Wine Safaris, where you can take a jeep tour to meet and feed zebras, camels, giraffes and more wild animals on the property (while tasting wine along the way). And on Saturdays, the ride ends with a big-ass BBQ (! This historic joint has been open since the Prohibition era and was the former home to punk rock venue Mr. The revamped alley’s been given a glam makeover that melds the old with the new, like a recovered mural from the 1930s, chandeliers made of vintage pin-setters, and some seriously good wood-fired pizzas and craft cocktails.