Dating spots in san diego
Topped off with wine and a candlelit dinner, each cooking class at Hipcooks in North Park is a date night in itself. Unlike driving a ball 200 yards in golf, anyone can throw a Frisbee.
People of all ages, abilities and skill levels are welcome to take private or group lessons.
A single class is $60 each but by swinging with Trapeze High, you also help their mission to bring at-risk and low-income youth the joy of the circus.
Couples swear by this as a crazy-fun bonding activity while businesses do it for team building purposes.
“Dating is like surfing—it is good to have patience.
You don’t just take the first wave of a set because you are tired of waiting (especially if it’s a crappy one). Hang in there and the right one will come.” February is Museum Month!
There might be better waves more suited for you behind it. Admission to museums ranging from the haunted Whaley House to the Museum of Contemporary Art is half off this month if you purchase tickets at any Macy’s department store.
We think actress Jessica Lange’s retrospective, Unseen, at the Museum of Photographic Arts sounds promising. A competitive couple could really get into this game, although you don’t have to be super-athletic.
Dinner and a movie definitely has a place in the date repertoire.
However, for the times you’d like to mix things up a bit, here are some fun and outside-the-box North County San Diego date ideas.
Laughs are guaranteed at Trapeze High, San Diego’s only trapeze and circus arts school.
Located in Escondido, couples can take turns literally “letting go” while swinging safely from a 22 feet in the air.