Dates don’t have to be elaborate or expensive in order to make a positive impression on a woman, but they do have to be creative and personal. Here are three ideas of where to take a woman on a date in San Diego, Calif. when the weather is cold outside. sweetie
Go to see a play, opera, or symphony
Women like to dress up and feel beautiful, they also like to be warm too. So when planning your date (either for an indoor or outdoor playhouse) make sure to prepare your date for the weather. You don’t want her to be so cold that all she can think about is going home and putting on her fleece pj’s. While at the playhouse, take the time to celebrate the fact that you don’t have to come up with an engaging conversation. Sit back and enjoy the show.
Dine at C Level
Because the sound and ambiance of the rain is naturally romantic, go somewhere where you can hear it (without getting wet). Both the indoor and outdoor seating sections are cozy, and the outdoor section has both heat lamps and fireplaces to further enhance the romantic tone of your date.
One more thing, C Level usually offers coupons online that can help you save a few dollars.
My favorite things to order are the Kemo Sabe Nut-Crusted Brie and the Skirts on Fire Steak Salad. Trust me, Chef Deborah Scott’s menu will not disappoint.
Find a quaint bistro that has a fireplace, hot cocoa, and possibly board games
Sometimes the casual dates can be as equally endearing as the fancy dates. Grab your girl and take her to your favorite coffee or dessert shop, sip warm libations, talk, and maybe even play a card game. Life is too short to be so serious, mix it up and I guarantee that by the end of your evening, your date will have more reasons to admire you.