10 Things to do in SLO on Valentine’s Day
1. Good Morning Sweetheart
Whether you and your partner are early risers, or find yourselves climbing out of bed around noon, there is no better time to enjoy brunch. Have a seat in the garden of Linnea’s, grab a custom order at SloDoCo., or enjoy the sweet smell of cornbread, coffee and not to mention love, in the air of Big Sky Cafe. The options are endless in San Luis Obispo.
2. Just Like the Movies
Snuggle up like Danny & Sandy and enjoy a movie under the stars at Sunset Drive-In. But if the bed of a truck or front seats of a vehicle aren’t quite cozy enough, reserve a comfortably cushioned recliner at the Downtown Cinema. And for those that aren’t crazy about today’s blockbusters, Palm Theatre shows foreign, independent, art house, as well as mainstream films daily. Don’t forget to satisfy your sweet tooth and snag some snacks from Rocket Fizz before the show.
3. Local Lovers
Are you a local? Make this Valentine’s Day a “staycation” and treat yourself to a night at one of the many inviting hotels and check off a few activities on your SLO bucket list. Stick your gum on the wall of Bubble Gum Alley, tour the Mission, grab lunch at High Street and enjoy an 805 in the 805.
4. Cardio Couple
6. Budget Conscious Buddies
The City of San Luis Obispo has so much to enjoy, without breaking the bank. Hiking, biking, sunset searching – priceless. Take your Valentine on a picnic in an open space and take in the great outdoors.
7. Drinking Duo or Sipping Singles
Whether you’re an IPA enthusiast or Cabernet crazy, at the end of the day everyone enjoys a cold drink. Head downtown for lavish cocktails at Sidecar or a sangria at Luna Red. And for those sipping singles that haven’t quite been struck by Cupid’s arrow, mix and mingle at SLO Brew and Creeky Tiki. You never know who you might meet!
8. Wine Wednesday
9. For the Love of Gouda
Havarti, Halloumi, you name it, they have it! Fromagerie Sophie offers an array of gourmet cheeses from around the globe at their quaint shop on Garden Street. Their cheeses are served at multiple wineries in the areas and platters can be purchased to enjoy at home. The cheddar will have you cheesin’ cheek to cheek.