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Just keep your eye out! The offers a huge array of prehistoric creatures, human artifacts, rare gemstones and extremely ugly fish skeletons, and astronomy buffs can spend a few hours stargazing at which is mostly free, by the way. If things go really well, you can even book one of the stylish staterooms for a luxurious staycation. This Cuban restaurant tucked away in a strip mall has been breeding some of the best salsa bands and dancers for the last 30 years; enjoy the famous salsa nights on Mondays, with a complimentary salsa lesson at 8pm and a live band that goes on at 9:30pm. Perfect for the foodie couples! Head to Pelican Cove for one of the most memorable sunsets you'll see. From outdoor movies to concerts to theater performances, the options are endless. To shake things up and enjoy more cuisines , pick three different places to nosh at.
If all goes well, head to one of the many bars that also line the bustling street for an after dinner cocktail. One of the best spots to do so is in the Arts District, where it seems like a new game-filled brewery opens weekly. Rollerskating— This throwback to childhood nostalgia is a fun way to challenge your balancing skills and request some of your favorite tunes for the Couples Skate. What better way to embrace the season than by planning a brilliant date that offers plenty of opportunities to cozy up with your special someone? Why not make it a double date with your canines at? Whether you hike up to it during the day or drive to it at night to gaze at the moon, the Griffith Observatory makes for a romantic location. For the artistically and educationally inspired, Los Angeles is a world-class museum playground.
That can give you a good start when picking out a class to take together. Try if you're not sure where the rest of the night will take you. Photo: We know Manhattan Beach can be a little crowded in the evenings, but pack a picnic, find your spot on the beach and enjoy one of the best parts of living in Los Angeles, the amazing sunsets over the ocean. Tubing— Spending the afternoon on a lake behind a boat is a blast! All of that walking is great for some light cardio and it is a great way to spend the day with your spouse. Climbing gyms offer day passes, parties, and monthly memberships.
If you're both adventurous eaters, you could try a restaurant with a tasting menu. Huntington is now one of the most beautiful attractions in the Los Angeles region. . Take part in a wine tasting. Indulge your inner sweet tooth.
Full of bucket-list dining options from to , you can each hit up separate vendor stalls and reconvene at a table together. You can also head downtown to for three different levels of musical entertainment, from hip-hop to ragtime. Then bike down for some amazing, everything-but-the-kitchen sink nachos from Carnitas Michoacan in Lincoln Heights. After you get some food in your stomach, smell the roses — hopefully your date will buy you one! This historic joint has been open since the Prohibition era and was the former home to punk rock venue Mr. Belt it out at karaoke. Share s'mores over a bonfire at Dockweiler Beach. A few places to start are , , , , , and.
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