|Age:||I'm 18 years old|
|Sex:||I am woman|
|What I like to drink:||My favourite drink champagne|
Get back out there.
But the times are a-changin. Godspeed, lovebirds.
Get outta town for a romantic getaway in the woods Vashon While far-off destinations are off limits right now, a weekend jaunt to Vashon Island—for a remote cabin in the woods—feels like a no-brainer. Explore 10 acres of forest, visit Dockton Marine Park, and get very cozy in this rustic log hideaway.
Try one of their eight locations currently open for a perfectly sweet day date, with flavors like cold brew coffee and vegan coconut chunk. Grab dinner and a drive-in movie, courtesy of Rodeo Bremerton, Washington Consider this the pandemic alternative to dinner-and-a-movie dates.
Check their schedule and bring your appetite—those corn dogs are no joke. Take a day trip to the beautiful Vashon Island Vashon There is no shortage of picturesque islands in the Puget Sound, nor ferries to take you there—and Vashon just happens to be one of the largest and most scenic.
Check out Point Robinson Park for those aforementioned scenic views, then pay a visit to Palouse Winery for some adult refreshments, which is currently open by appointment only.
Do your Southern alter ego a favor by picking up some Heaven Sent fried chicken, which tastes exactly as good as the name suggests. Grab a table in the back for some extra romantic vibes, complete with cozy sofas, sky lights, and lots of greenery.
As far as food, we recommend sake duhagedashi tofu, tempura udon, crispy calamari, and lots and lots of sushi. Bundle up for a picnic on Alki Beach Alki Alki Beach is sort of famous for having spectacular views of the Puget Sound; bring lunch to-go and settle in for an afternoon of coastal bliss. Grab a coffee from Milstead and sit by the water on the Burke-Gilman Trail Fremont The best things in life are almost free.
Sip on a tasting flight at Highside Distilling Bainbridge Island Highside Distilling is not your average gin distillery, so be prepared for a taste of something truly unique. Other than gin, this Bainbridge Island institution also specializes in amaro, fernet, and single-malt whiskey. Order a tasting flight for a taste test of all five spirits, or go for a classic cocktail, like a Negroni or a fernet and coke.
Take a Polaroid to memorialize your date at the Gum Wall Pike Place Market The Gum Wall is obviously a tourist trap, but consider reclaiming it to commemorate the occasion of actually going on a successful date no small feat. Support local artists with a visit to SOIL Gallery Pioneer Square Lots of offices downtown are still totally closed, meaning that art galleries and other cultural mainstays are feeling the pain of lost foot traffic.
Silver lining? No crowds. Pick out some new vinyl and host a two-person listening party Pike Place Market Remember the last time you stood in a crowded room full of strangers, lukewarm beer in hand, waiting for the band onstage to play your favorite song? Pick up some vinyl at, say, Holy Cow Records, and get your fix.
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