San Francisco Date Night Ideas

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Any couple with kids knows that one of the secrets to maintaining a healthy and thriving relationship is making time for each other. Date nights are a great tool in boosting intimacy and encouraging romance with your partner. However, sometimes it can be tough to find new ideas for a fun night out with your significant other. Today, we are giving you four San Francisco date night ideas to help keep the spark in your relationship.

Lands End

Lands End is a park located within the Golden Gate National Recreation Area that is a great San Francisco date night idea for couples that like enjoy being out in nature. The park is filled with plenty of amazing views and other interesting sites to discover as you travel through. There are hillsides covered in cypress and wildflowers, as well as, beaches for watching a sunset while having an impromptu picnic or bottle of wine. As a bonus, this park is easily accessible using public transportation making it a great option for everyone.

Hotel Biron

This romantic wine bar is tucked in an alley in the heart of Hayes Valley is quiet and intimate making it a perfect option for a San Francisco date night. Despite the name, Hotel Biron is not actually a hotel but it is chalk full of ambiance and is an amazing place to stop off with your sweetheart for a bottle of wine and great conversation, While they do serve cheese, chacuterie, and chocolate they don’t serve meals so it would be wise to eat before you visit or to make a reservation for afterwards if you would like to include food in your San Francisco date night.

Piano Bar at The Big 4

Nestled in Nobs Hill The Scarlett Huntington, The Big 4 earned it’s name from the “Big 4” railroad tycoons, Collis P. Huntington, Charles Crocker, Leland Stanford and Mark Hopkins. The Piano bar offers a wide variety of cocktails, wines, sparkling wines, and beer. Their locally sourced menu features shellfish appetizers, elegant entrees and delectable desserts- giving a nod to San Francisco’s historical roots.