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The silver ring workshop looks super fun if you fancy a bit of metallic creativity (with cocktails), but they also offer up 3D drawing classes and balloon pit disco. A convenient dinner/drink date near a Muni or BART station (for a quick escape) can sometimes be just the ticket.
Come on, if you can feel romantic whilst carving up slabs of meat then the relationship is most definitely a winner! It's more about having some fun, and yes, getting up close and personal in the old touch department. Bethnal Green's St Margarets House offers it's very own 'Collegiate Shag' night called Shag Pile, which is billed as 'innuendo-laden swing dance of the 1930s'.
Plus, what’s more alluring than sitting in a dark aquarium with someone you like watching luminescent jellyfish pulse and propel?
Sure you could go to a restaurant at the Ferry Building and sit down and enjoy your standard meal, or you could go on a Ferry Building crawl.
The outdoorsy date A bike ride, a picnic, or park walk can be a very romantic way to spend a weekend afternoon, especially if you plan your route to incorporate a nice lunch or cosy pint (or three) at the end of your trip.
The cycle routes along Regent's Canal will bring you into some great parts of East London where you can stop off for food (the Counter Café in Hackney Wick does an awesome brunch) or just take in the scenery of the beautiful Victoria Park along the way. The beer-tasting date Show off your booze knowledge by taking your date to Camden Town Brewery Bar for a tour or sampling session.
Eat oysters at Hog Island Oyster Company, snack on cheese at Cowgirl Sidekick, split chili cheese fries at Gott’s, get spring rolls from Out the Door, and finish the tour with ice cream from Humphry Slocombe.