Piña Colada brings dating back to real life by connecting groups of six like-minded singles over great food in San Francisco’s best restaurants. When you connect with someone at a Piña Colada group dinner date, take them on a second date 1:1. Here are some of our favorite second date ideas in the San Francisco Bay Area. What are yours?
An intimate concert at Stow Lake Boathouse in Golden Gate Park. The lake is also beautiful during the day and you can rent boats there.
Visiting the Good Vibrations Vibrator Antique Museum.
Hiking up Twin Peaks to enjoy the sunset.
Watching a Star Wars movie in the theatre.
Eating your way through the Off the Grid street food vendors and sitting by the fire pits.
Visiting After Dark at the Exploratorium.
Hiking the Lands End Trail followed by a picnic in the Presidio.
Singing along in the Castro Theatre.
A glass of wine at sunset on the ferry to Oakland.
Strolling around the Alameda flea and antique market. It’s held on the first Sunday of every month.
Playing bar games and arcade at Emporium.
Visiting Alcatraz. Enjoy the ferry ride, listen to the fascinating audio tour narrated by former inmates and wards and stroll around the island’s beautiful national park. In summer tickets sell out quickly, so make sure to reserve them online.
Watching the improv show “Your Fucked Up Relationship” at Stage Werx on a Friday night.
Hiking in Muir Woods.
Visiting the Walt Disney Family Museum to learn about your favorite childhood movies and the history of California.
Strolling around the Stanford University campus.
Swing dancing at “Lindy in the Park“? Twist and twirl through Golden Gate Park as you master the art of swing dancing. Free beginners lessons are available every Sunday from 12 to 12:30pm. Then stay and watch (or join in) with the pros until 2pm.
Watch a movie at the West Wind Drive-In in Concord.
Step back into the Wild West at Dublin Heritage Park.
Visiting one of the state’s oldest wineries at Testarossa.
Visiting the Glow in the Dark Black Light Art Show Open Reception in Alameda.
Checking out the food trucks Spark Social.
Flying and jumping around at House of Air.
Listening to jazz music at Mr. Tipple’s.
Having a glass of wine at Hotel Biron.
Scanning the skies at Chabot Space Center in Oakland.
Having a drink at speakeasy Wilson & Wilson.
A sunset sightseeing flight with champagne.
Bouldering at Mission Cliffs.
A taco or burrito tour through the Mission District?
Hike through pines and eucalyptus trees in the Presidio to Inspiration Point, which offers views of Angel Island and Alcatraz on a clear day.
Relaxing at Onsen.
Taste chocolate at Charles Chocolates.
Watching an SF Giants baseball game.
Getting a tattoo at Black Heart Tattoo.
Renting a tandem and crossing Golden Gate Bridge together.
Playing virtual golf at Eagle Club Indoor Golf.
Bungee Jumping at Icarus Bungee.
Keeping it classical underground at Monroe.
Go on a Sidewalk Tastes app-guided food tour through your favorite San Francisco neighborhoods. You’ll be guided point-to-point while tasting the city’s finest flavors without having to pull out your wallet. Simply show the app to receive your Taste. The app navigates you point-to-point and pairs cultural context with insights on your Tastes. You can go at your own pace and take any detours you like – you have all weekend to enjoy your Taste.
Photo by @maggieyomusic