San Diego Date Night

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San Diego offers a great number of activities and places to explore so why not plan a date night and use Joanna's Nannies to care for your little ones. We would love to assist you with all of your childcare needs to help you get out and experience all that San Diego has to offer. In today's blog we are giving you some ideas for a San Diego date night.

Ballast Point Brewery

Ballast Point Brewery has six locations across California but their headquarters in San Diego offers a 45 minute tour of their brewing facilities that is free of charge. The tour offers you and your significant other can enjoy the experience of seeing where some of their most popular brands are made and packaged for distribution. After the tour is over, you can dine in their restaurant and enjoy some of their products just for two.

Paddleboarding

The Mission Bay Aquatic Center (MBAC) offers a variety of equipment for rent to those look for some adventure in Mission Bay. Additionally, they offer beginner and intermediate stand up paddling (SUP) classes which can offer a unique couples activity that could turn into your new favorite hobby. For those with SUP experience, the MBAC hosts moonlight excursions that set a perfectly romantic tone that makes for a perfect San Diego date night as you explore Mission Bay by moonlight under the stars.

Old Town

Old Town San Diego is known as the birthplace of California and features a variety of historic sites and a museum that make it the perfect idea for a San Diego date night for if your significant other is a history buff. But even if neither of you loves history, there are plenty of shops and restaurants featuring authentic Mexican culture and cuisine that is representative of the early inhabitants of the area. There is also a 1 hour trolley tour that is available and has been labeled San Diego's best site seeing tour. Old town offers a great setting for the two of you to get to know a bit more about the area and have a great time exploring what life was like when California was founded.[/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section]