Submitted by Matt Manarchy, Facebook Neighborhood: Downtown What to do: This is a bar and lounge straight out of the 1920s.
As a self-proclaimed vintage nightclub, this downtown fixture has both a live band and dancing on two separate floors, which are sure to liven up your date. Submitted by Carla Schultes Mead, Facebook Neighborhood: Pacific Palisades What to do: Traveling back to the ancient world of Greece and Rome is free!
With high-power telescopes and incredible views of Los Angeles, you'll have your date falling for you in no time.
Submitted by whitneyh49ca691ff Neighborhood: Malibu What to do: For those couples who crave the outdoors, this park "features hiking, fishing, bird watching and horseback riding opportunities." There's nothing more romantic than traveling by horseback near a creek.
Submitted by Charmian Reynoldson, Facebook Neighborhood: Topanga What to do: The inn is elegance meets Disney fairy tale. Read the newspaper, magazine or another informational magazine. Call someone to whom you haven't talked in a while and visit with them. Submitted by adrianfrankr Neighborhood: Downtown What to do: Being surrounded by literature is probably one of the best dates you'll ever experience.Flavorwire named this one of the “20 Most Beautiful Bookstores in the World,” and it's worth taking an afternoon one day to sift through their collection with that special someone.This place offers views of incredible architecture, art, and gardens.Submitted by ignaciom48de4ceea Neighborhood: Malibu What to do: For that hiking enthusiast in your life, there are dozens of trails in the Santa Monica Mountains, each with its own special view.The restaurant's romantic setup fosters nothing but pure love.The glow of candlelight mixed with the sound of a nearby creek will get that spark going. Many couples always do the same thing at the same time in the same place. For years I've kept a list of creative date ideas in my desk for Cathy and me. People say, "Variety is the spice of life," and we've sure tried a variety of dating experiences. I get them from friends or books, and I even brainstorm with students at some of my speaking engagements.