The Big List Of Things To Do In San Diego This Weekend.
Whether you’ve got Cupid on your side or are happily celebrating your Galantines, there is bound to be something in our great big list of Valentine’s Day specials from top restaurants and experiences in San Diego that will make this year’s Valentine’s Day memorable, no matter your relationship status.
Thursday, February 13
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with this edition of Culture & Cocktails centered around the exhibition “Bouguereau & America,” with a special nod to William-Adolphe Bouguereau’s canvases that portray Cupid, his arrows, and his escapades.
There will be over a dozen different desserts, bubbly, flowers and romance throughout the night.
Join us on the rooftop of Devil’s Dozen for a night of self-love, featuring donuts and canapés with wine pairings.
Mavericks is partnering with Stella Artois and Bumble to bring you a night of match-making and fun you don’t want to miss! Photo booth, match-making games, Stella Artois drink specials, Bumble prizes, fortune telling … and tons of other fun surprises!
Vin de Syrah is hosting a Galentine’s Day party you won’t want to miss! Syrah will be offering complimentary tastings of champagne with bedazzled chocolate covered strawberries, a puppy kissing booth featuring pups that are up for adoption through the Animal Pad, 5-minute therapy sessions with Meganne Eklund, and tarot card readings.
After years of operating a dedicated gluten free production kitchen, distributing to more than 40 coffee shops and restaurants throughout San Diego, The Gluten Free Baking Co. has decided to open a retail location at the request of their customers.
Join us for Small Bar & Grill‘s only announced tapping of Russian River Brewing Company‘s most coveted beer during this midnight pajama party!
Friday, February 14
Since 1925, San Diego’s iconic beachfront amusement park and boardwalk has been a special place to create nostalgic memories – from first dates and first kisses, to proposals.
Hornblower offers a rare, refined on-land option for Valentine’s Day, The Abbey on Fifth Avenue. Originally constructed as an Episcopal church, this elegant 1910 landmark is San Diego’s only remaining Classic Revival structure.
This day of love should be enjoyed with indulgence and there is no better way to say I love you than with dessert. Instead of roses this year, gift them something that tastes as good as its smells, like the SusieCakes bouquet of cupcakes, or show someone your heart beats for them with the Heart Shaped Frosted Sugar Cookies.
Saturday, February 15
The long-awaited pop-up experience, Dinner With A View will officially open its domes in San Diego’s Liberty Station this Thursday. Domes are currently 75% sold out and a limited number of reservations are still available for those that are interested in attending.
The most action-packed motorsports experience for families in the world today returns to San Diego for two high-octane events featuring the ultimate mix of high-flying action and four-wheel excitement coming to Petco Park on February 1 & 15, 2020.
Visit the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (MCASD) in their downtown location from February 1-29 for discounted admission as part of San Diego Museum Month.
Join us for a Lovers Masquerade Ball 2020 this Valentine’s Day weekend with a very mysterious line up of house and techno in a secret location that will only be revealed to the ticket holders.
Whales are taking over Birch Aquarium at Scripps for a week-long celebration of family fun. Winter is the peak time to see Gray Whales off the coast of San Diego, and Whale Fest highlights these marathon-migrators and their cousins.
Express your love—be it for a friend, family member, or romantic interest—through printmaking! Join the San Diego Museum of Arts‘ Educator Sheena Dowling for an interactive workshop that takes its inspiration from the many forms and expressions of love depicted in the Museum’s works of art.
Sunday, February 16
Winter and early spring are the best times for tidepooling in Southern California as minus tides are lower and expose the hardy creatures that call the intersection of land and sea home.
See you there!