No matter the case, dating in SF can be difficult as a 49ers Super Bowl win.
Lucky for you, dear reader, we've amassed a great list of romantic ideas that will not only help you find love, but will reignite your love of our beautiful city.
A convenient dinner/drink date near a Muni or BART station (for a quick escape) can sometimes be just the ticket.
Or maybe you're solo and looking for a few fun things to do in SF this winter.
Pro tip: If a drink is an essential part of your dating repertoire, bring a flask -- there’s no bar on the premises.
Head to the archery range in Golden Gate Park for an adventure that will earn you major bonus points for creativity.
Take a page out of a Nicholas Sparks novel with a picturesque paddle on Golden Gate Park’s Stow Lake.
Sure, the waterfall on the center island, sweeping city views, ducks, and storybook wooden bridges could tip this date into cheesy territory, but that’s nothing a few tall boys in paper bags can’t temper.
If you don’t own your own bow and arrows, then you’ll need to hit nearby San Francisco Archery Shop, where you can rent everything you’ll need to score a bull's-eye.Here's a tip: Rent the pedal boats instead of the rowboats so your hands are free for sipping beer.From the team behind So Ma Str Eat Food comes this bountiful food truck park/beer garden, complete with fire pits, swings, and an open-air double-decker bus where you can hang out. Grab food from the 10 food trucks, roast marshmallows at the fire pits, or watch the game on one of the huge TVs.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).Discovering the over 26 million specimens at the California Academy of Sciences is a fun date any time of day, but if you go during regular hours, it’ll cost for two of you and there won’t be any alcoholic beverages.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.