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Pro tip: If a drink is an essential part of your dating repertoire, bring a flask -- there’s no bar on the premises.For around the same cost as a dinner for two at any moderately priced restaurant in the city, you’re treated to a much more interactive experience with this food tour of San Francisco’s most delicious neighborhoods.Be sure to hit up the de Young museum’s Summer of Love Experience for an immersive exhibit featuring psychedelic art, iconic posters and fashion, light shows, and music from the era.Once you’ve spent the late afternoon soaking up San Francisco’s colorful counterculture, take an easy romantic stroll to The Conservatory of Flowers, which is spending its summer nights awash in light art installations. A free concert among Stern Grove’s lush surroundings goes down every Sunday, from June 25 through August 27.
Enjoy soaring instrumentals, French horns, and string quartets without the pretension or prices of the symphony.A massive trampoline park in a historic airplane hangar.Do we really need to explain further why this is awesome?Upgrade your standard happy-hour date by suggesting an after-work tee-time (it’s located on Second and Howard, near all your standard happy hour bars, anyway).A bike ride in the daytime -- standard, romantic fare. And thanks to panoramas around every corner, San Francisco turns what’s basically just walking into an exercise in romance. whilst waves gently crash near by -- it’s like Danielle Steel created SF’s coastline herself.