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The Best Date Spots In Every San Antonio Neighborhood 

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Downtown: What's more romantic than an elegant steak dinner? Enjoy an exquisite meal at Bohanan's Prime Steaks and Seafood (219 E. Houston St., 210-472-2600), and follow-up with craft cocktails at the bar downstairs. Keep the night going with a leisurely stroll through downtown. (Courtesy)
Pearl: Not exactly ideal for a first date, but if you and your longtime S.O. want to have a romantic staycation, book at room at Hotel Emma (136 E. Grayson, 210-448-8300). Have dinner at Supper and drinks at Sternewirth, or order room service and stay in. (Courtesy)
North Central: Have a casual date night with a few rounds of bowling, some boozy milkshakes and playful banter over some arcade games at Bowlero (13307 San Pedro, 210-496-3811). (Courtesy)
West Side: Get to know one another a casual coffee date at Barrio Barista (735 Culebra Rd., 210-519-5403). Bond over horchata lattes. (Courtesy)
Stone Oak: Have dinner and drink while catching a film at the Alamo Drafthouse (22806 US Hwy 281 N., 210-677-8500). Be sure to let your S.O. pick the movie. (Courtesy)
Alamo Heights/Terrell Hills: Stroll through the lush gardens at the San Antonio Botanical Garden (555 Funston Pl., 210-207-3250). The place is romantic on it's own, but the garden hosts a number of film screenings, beer nights, and other special events throughout the year to make that date more fun. (Courtesy)
South Side: Make it a day date and tour the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park. When you bond over our shared cultural history, you'll learn you both have a lot in common. (Courtesy)
La Cantera/The Rim: Knock a few balls around at Top Golf (5539 N. Loop 1604 W., 210-202-2694). There's plenty of opportunities for suggestively teaching your S.O. how to perfect their swing. (Courtesy)
Tobin Hill/Monte Vista: Split a pizza and get to know one another over craft cocktails at the very intimate Barbaro (2720 McCullough, 210-320-2261) north of downtown. (Courtesy)
East Side: Take a romantic stroll across the Hay's Street Bridge (803 N. Cherry St.). Or enjoy the view on your bikes. Perhaps you can do some couples yoga. It's not weird. People do yoga on that bridge all the time. Follow up with some brews at Alamo Beer. (Wikimedia Commons)
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Southtown: Let your S.O. know how sweet they are by treating them to a scoop at South A La Mode Gelato and Panini Company (1420 S. Alamo St., 210-788-8000) (Courtesy)
Med Center: Dine on dim sum for two at Golden Wok (8822 Wurzbach Rd., 210-615-8282). (Courtesy)
Far NW/Helotes: Knock back some beers and get to two-steppin' at Floore's Country Store (4492 Old Bandera Rd., 210-695-8827). (Courtesy)
Deco District: Miniature golf is a dating classic. Have a throwback mini golf evening at Cool Crest (1402 Fredericksburg Rd., 210- 732-0222). (Courtesy)
Northeast Side: Climb to the top of Comanche Lookout Park (15551 Nacogdoches Road). What's more romantic than a castle? (Courtesy)
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Downtown: What's more romantic than an elegant steak dinner? Enjoy an exquisite meal at Bohanan's Prime Steaks and Seafood (219 E. Houston St., 210-472-2600), and follow-up with craft cocktails at the bar downstairs. Keep the night going with a leisurely stroll through downtown. (Courtesy)
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