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Eclectic, engaging offerings and interactive opportunities await visitors to this museum.
Sweat together for less Various PG-rated heavy breathing on the first date?
With social distancing guidelines in place, you can safely peruse the outdoor market and grab small bites and brews for you and your plus one. Social Media Links.
Make Fun. Thrillist Serves. Which begs the question—how does one go about this strange phenomenon called dating?
Mendon Twin Drive-In shows both first-run flicks and some throwback favorites. One option is the November Projecthosting early-morning, large-scale group workouts. Relax and drink outside Various locations Seasonal al fresco drinking options are not only alive and well, but thriving.
Explore Beacon Hill at night for extra ambiance and take in the stunning brownstones for an easy going but surprisingly charming time. Catch a screening of a cult classic Coolidge Corner The iconic Coolidge Corner Theater is finally back open for business, which means you can once again enjoy first runs and midnight screenings in person. Pick a fresh bouquet of flowers Weston On a local farm kick?
Susan baxter, a south end resident, has launched a company in boston that offers you a female counterpart to navigate the bar and social scene in boston.
As expected, the season was entirely remote. Island Creek Oysters.
Believe it or not, Boston can still surprise with its couple-friendly excursions. Exhibit A: Double features at the drive-in. Meaghan Agnew is a contributor for Thrillist.
The Minuteman is a well-paced, well-paved trail that takes you through charming parts of Arlington and Somerville, and Memorial Drive will once again shut down to motorized traffic on Sundays during the summer. Go forth and flex. Plus, leashed dogs are not only welcome but practically de rigeur.
Spend an afternoon at the Museum of Fine Arts Fenway Now open Wednesday through Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm, the Museum of Fine Arts is back in action helping refined Bostonians lose themselves in the world famous exhibits. And by showing your support now, you can ensure a future filled with cozy date nights and buttery popcorn. Load up on shops and snacks at Union Market Union Square A quaint courtyard in the heart of Union Square, Bow Market has just about everything you need for a fulfilling first date, including outdoor dining, a brewery, and top quality window shopping.
Sounds like the ideal day date to us. It seems that we might finally be returning to the old-school comforts of face-to-face socializing.
Island Creek Oyster Farm has reopened its seasonal outdoor bar and hangout spot in Duxbury, which overlooks the water and dishes out beer, wine, canned cocktails, tinned fish, and of course, hand-shucked oysters galore with the occasional lobster roll pop-up. Elsewhere, Boston hosts plenty of free workouts throughout its parks during the summer including Zumba, yoga, and pilates.
Want more Thrillist? This summer, the Commonwealth Shakespeare Company is back, putting on a complimentary production of The Tempesta erudite but low-risk date night if there ever was one.