Unique Date Night Ideas in LA (2022)

Brainstorming a fun night can take a long time, especially after nearly two years of ordering junk food and rewatching your favorite Netflix shows. So…we found some unique date ideas to try, all over Los Angeles!

Silver Lake

Although it may not be the most lively neighborhood in Los Angeles, Silver Lake is the perfect place if you are looking for a quiet and peaceful night. Silver Lake is famous for its beauty Lake Echo Park, And what better to do at Echo Park Lake than to take a Sunset swan paddle boat ride! With views of downtown Los Angeles, and surrounded by nature, this is also a lovely place for a picnic. If you’re feeling the ambiance of a restaurant after visiting Lake Echo Park, check out Sage, a hearty vegetarian bistro, within walking distance of Bar Flores for the night!

West Hollywood

If you’re familiar with Los Angeles, you know that West Hollywood is one of the best places for restaurants, shopping… and just about anything else you can think of! One of the declared (but densely populated) corners of Weho is the crossroads between Melrose Street and Robertson Avenue. Featuring dinner options like Gracias Madre (Mexican vegetarian), Olivetta or Craigs (a classic gallery surrounded by paparazzi vying for a glimpse of their social menu) or on the other extreme: Cecconis & Soulmate, located on either side of the corner, it’s the perfect spot for a romantic night out. After dinner, check out 647 San Vicente: city West Hollywood Park To raise some puppies or take a walk to sweet treats like the Gelato Festival on Melrose Ave. (Vegan Gelato) or Salt & Straw on Santa Monica Blvd. (Handmade ice cream.) Feeling more adventurous? Extend near Montalbán Rooftop Theater on Hollywood Blvd. This month features a valentines collection With some of your favorite romantic classics!

Santa Monica

Santa Monica is always a fun option, as it lets you get out of town, and there’s no shortage of things to do! Next time you’re planning a night out in Santa Monica, head straight to pier to watch the sunset, Ride the ferris wheel, and explore everything the pavement has to offer! After sunset, walk down the street to the 3rd Street promenade, which has a variety of shops and restaurants, or head to The Bungalow for an upscale beach vibe. The perfect place to end the night with dinner and drinks. Oh! And for dessert… A few blocks down the street you’ll find Somi Somi with the best ice cream!

Downtown Los Angeles

Downtown has some great hidden gems, so it was hard to pick out some favorites! On every street you walk you will find timeless bars and restaurants with the best vibes. Next time you want a night on the town, head to the new modern Italian restaurant, V, then go straight upstairs to the antique hidden bar, Seven Grand for a custom cocktail and listen to some throwback classics! Or… If you want the best view in town, go to Intercontinental Hotel and ride up to 73 floors To Spire 73, Los Angeles’ tallest outdoor restaurant and bar, for an experience like no other.

Culver City

If you are feeling adventurous, Culver City has a fun activity for you Try… disc golf! Kenneth Hahn Disc Golf allows you to get out for a few hours and enjoy some friendly competition. On the way to the course, stop at the original Candy sees From La Cienega for treatment – This location also provides a pick-up service. After you show off your sporty side on your date, head to Pasta Sisters Road for dinner. The Pasta Sisters hand makes their own pasta daily, and it’s the perfect spot for a casual dinner, with incredible food. Stop by See’s Candy in the neighborhood after dinner and call it a night!

Lindy Sage

Lindy came to Los Angeles, all the way from Alaska to study at the Fashion Institute of Design and Commerce and pursue acting. You love spending time outdoors and exploring all the hidden gems of Los Angeles!

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