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Romantic Getaways in San Francisco – Love Is Everywhere

With its beautiful waterfront, vibrant performing arts and passionate food scene, San Francisco is a romantic destination where love is everywhere. Experience a romantic weekend with your Valentine in San Francisco, and discover intimate restaurants, moody lounges, and hip hideaways to keep the spark alive.  From pre-fixe menus at eclectic eateries to dinner cruises on the Bay to SF Broadway shows, we’ve put together a few ideas to spice up Valentine’s Day in San Francisco. Snap a photo in front of one of the colorful hearts in Union Square.

Romantic Dining 
Food can be sexy. So, spoil your honey romantic dining experience at one of the many San Francisco restaurants offering special Valentine’s Day menus and live music, including Range, 1300 on Fillmore, 54 Mint, 750 Restaurant & Bar, Alfred’s Steakhouse, Bourbon Steak, and Restaurant ANZU at Hotel Nikko.
Valentine’s Bay Cruises
Hornblower Cruises offers Valentine’s Day cruises departing from Pier 39, including a 2-hour morning sail with mimosas.  Indulge in the Valentine’s Day Deluxe Dinner and Dance Cruise for an evening of gourmet food, romantic live music, drinks and gorgeous views along San Francisco Bay on a luxury yacht.
Wine Tasting 
Lovers of wine can enjoy a romantic evening of wine tasting at San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition – the largest match-up of American wines in the world. Sip and sample glorious California and native wines at this public tasting on Valentine’s Day. 
Live Music – Symphony to Cabaret
Impress your sweetie with an evening performance of the SF Symphony, playing Mozart’s romantic Piano Concert No. 9 at Davies Symphony Hall. For something a little sexier, reserve an intimate table at Feinstein’s at Hotel Nikko with two live music and cabaret shows on V-Day. 
Romantic Bars and Lounges
Sneak away for a night of romance, wine and mixology in intimate lounges and charming wine bars around town. The Hidden Vine near Union Square, The Barrel Room, Two Sisters Bar and Books and Muka Underground Wine & Dessert Lounge are cozy and romantic spots for date night.
Make It A Weekend
After a night on the town, spend the night one of the wonderful hotels in the heart of the city’s romantic happenings. From Hotel Griffon, a charming boutique hotel near the Ferry Building, to the historic Queen Anne Hotel with its Victorian architecture in Pacific Heights, you’ll find romance and relaxation in San Francisco. You’ll find the experience you crave. 
About 5 years ago by sfdestinationvisit

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