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Got the I-don't-know-what-to-do on a first date jitters? How About We polled San Diegans and found that we like our pizza a full 60% more than the rest of the nation.
Bonus points for having that pizza on Coronado, at the South Bay Drive-In, or on top of Cowles Mountain, all local hot spots taken from the How About We survey of San Diego’s top 10 best places for a first date.
, The New Children’s Museum which offers hours of fun and learning.
Some San Diego dating statistics from How About We:“San Diegans post more photos of themselves online in bathing suits than in any other city,” says Erin Scottberg, Media Director at How About We. “San Diego’s one of the most active cities in general. People in San Diego are prettier.” The hottest date destination at the close of the 2011? Beer more than wine, Japanese and Italian and seafood were the top three foodie choices, and, there’s always room for coffee, say 55% of daters. “Three photos get two times as many responses at a single shot.” Post different shots, she says (swimsuit shot optional.) For example, Scottberg says to post a travel image of you standing in front of an intriguing background. “And be honest.” In other words, no fair posting images of you 15 or 20 pounds ago.
Hot dates included walking, hiking, and, watching the sunset. There's a cliché right out of the ‘70s, right up there with long, soulful walks on the beach and white wine. “Burritos come much later in the relationship.” Now comes the all-important description of said date, meaning the online pitch. Walk the Embarcadero, make a dessert run, and watch the sunset. “And, show yourself doing things that she might want to be part of.” She says to have fun answering profile questions and be specific.
Explore historic ships at the Maritime Museum, take a brewery tour, and climb the famous California Tower to enjoy a scenic view of the city.
If you are traveling with children, top things to do in San Diego include the San Diego Zoo and Eureka!
Whether it is a hike, a restaurant, or just a collection of odd things, this list is dedicated specifically to the unique stuff I visit in Southern California (from Kern County down).