Boston is a city abounds with things to do and places to see. When it comes to dating in Beantown, the possibilities for great date locations and ideas are endless! There is something to do in this great city, no matter your budget, making it hard to narrow it down to just 5. Hard as it may be, here is a list of the top 5 dates in Boston, in no particular order.
Got the Munchies?
McCormick and Schmick’s offer a special happy hour menu that’s easy on your wallet. Located in Faneuil, the cheap bar eats start at just $2.95. While you’re in this historic area you can stroll through Faneuil Hall, walk down to the Waterfront, or check out the North End—home of the Improv Asylum and many cafes. Location and price make this a great date location in the heart of the city.
For the absolute best steak dinner you will ever have in your life, you want to head to Del Frisco’s. Located at Liberty Wharf in the Seaport District, Del Frisco’s is an upscale restaurant which offers a romantic ambience with a sprawling, almost 360 degree view of the harbor. It’s a bit on the pricey side, but well worth getting all dolled up and taking that special someone here for dinner.
Out of the Ordinary
The Museum of Science may sound a bit geeky or childish, but don’t knock it ‘til you try it! What’s more exciting than gazing at the stars, in the open air atop the museums roof during their free Friday night observation hours? In inclement weather, indoor stargazing is available at the museum’s planetarium or you can check out one of their laser shows set to rock music.
Baseball buffs can take a tour of the historic Fenway Park. The 50-minute walking tour around this iconic baseball park, led by an official Fenway Park Tour Guide, costs approximately $12 per person. With plenty of restaurants and bars in the immediate area, Fenway Park is the perfect date night for baseball fans. Just remember that it’s hard to pahk the cah, so you might want to take the T.
When the New England weather turns colder, why not head go ice skating on Frog Pond? Located in Boston Common, skating on Frog Pond is just $5 per person (not including skate rentals). Once you feel the nip at your nose and the numbness in your toes, you can head over to Finale (just a short walk away near the Copley Park Plaza), warm yourself with their grown up take on hot cocoa (hint: they add butterscotch schnapps) and a dessert sampler to share with your date.