Struggling to come up with something fun or different to do on date night? Whether you’re trying to impress that new special someone or simply get out of the Netflix-watching rut you and your long-term partner are in, the Scot Karp Team is here to help. We’ve compiled a list of Boca Raton date ideas that includes a little something for every kind of couple.
For the Indecisive Couple:
Plaza Real | (561) 362 0606
If you’re not quite sure what you’re in the mood for, we recommend taking a hand-in-hand stroll through Mizner Park, the cultural and commercial hub of Boca Raton. The park-like surroundings and diverse collection of restaurants, shops and boutiques attract locals and tourists alike, creating a wonderful ambiance for people-watching and meandering about. There’s something for everyone at Mizner Park, from ice cream parlors and fine-dining restaurants, to antique stores and upscale boutiques. If that wasn’t enough to pique your interest, you’ll often be able to catch a free concert or performance at the park's impressive Amphitheater.
For the Foodie Couple:
Savor Our City Culinary Tours – Savor Downtown Boca
130 SW 12th Ave | 1-800-979-3370
You don’t have to be a “foodie” to enjoy eating and drinking your way around Downtown Boca Raton on this historical walking food tour! You’ll spend 3.5 hours learning about Boca Raton’s culinary and cultural background, hearing stories from local artisans, farmers and chefs, and sampling signature dishes from up to eight different restaurants.
Everything from intimate cafes to caviar bars make up the fifteen award-winning Boca restaurants and specialty shops that participate in the program. Not only does this mean that each tour has something different to offer, it means that this one date idea can be recycled multiple times!
For the Couple Who Likes to Laugh:
Sick Puppies Comedy
Center Stage Performing Arts | (561) 750-7824
Sick Puppies Comedy is an improv company made up of experienced actors and improv pros. The cast’s home-base is Center Stage in Boca Raton, but it also performs for live audiences all over south Florida. While their shows are improv-based and typically unscripted, the 20+ member cast and directors deliver a variety of shows and events, so you’ll never see the same thing twice. If you like to laugh (and who doesn’t?), why not have a recurring comedy-themed date and sign up for one of their 7 week improv classes?
For the Adventurous Couple:
The Spanish River Paddle Company
Multiple launch sites in Boca | (561) 705-2716
The Spanish River Paddle Company is an eco-tour company in Palm Beach County that employs sit on top kayaks and stand up paddle boards to guide adventurers around South Florida’s marine environment. Experienced and enthusiastic guides will share their passion and knowledge with you as you get up-close and personal with an abundance of marine life, including fish, birds, crabs and perhaps even some manatees!
While the company offers a wide variety of tours, we suggest booking either the Sunset Eco-Tour or Full Moon Tour if you’re looking to up the romance-factor of the date.
For The Couple who Likes to Relax:
Waldorf Astoria Spa at Boca Raton Resort & Club
501 East Camino | (561) 347-4772
Located at the world-renowned Boca Raton Resort, the award-winning Waldorf Spa is the epitome of luxurious relaxation and the perfect setting for date night. Spanish palace motifs of smooth marble, carved stone, majestic arches and magnificent gardens create an authentic atmosphere that will have you relaxed and at ease even before partaking in one of the many spa treatments available. Be soothed and rejuvenated by a full suite of treatments and therapies, including an array of mineral baths, steam rooms, massages, facials and much more. Round the date off with a late-night dinner at one of the resort’s fine-dining establishments.
Did your favorite Boca Raton date idea make the list? Let us know in the comments below!
Scot Karp, Director
Ultraluxury Condominium Division
PREMIER ESTATE PROPERTIES
Boca Raton, Florida
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