When it comes to Valentine’s Day dates, it’s easy to get stuck in the rut of “dinner and a movie” or spending the night in with some wine and Netflix. Don’t let Valentine’s Day get boring; plan one of these unique and fun nights out.
Wine Bar Crawl
It’s like a regular bar crawl, but classier! Instead of heading out to one place to wine and dine with your significant other, look up different wine bars and wineries around your town.
Do you and your sweetheart have a penchant for showmanship? Even if not, it’s fun to get up in front of people and thoroughly embarrass yourself singing a duet. Trust us, nobody sounds good – that’s the fun of it!
A lot of comedy clubs will have Valentine’s Day themes in honor of the holidays, so look around your city for some places that will combine dinner with a few laughs.
Maybe you and your significant other have an interest in the paranormal. A lot of towns and cities will have tours of allegedly haunted spots in the area, so make a point to check those out.
Dine In – and Go Out for Dessert or Drinks
Trying to save a bit of cash? Cook a romantic dinner at home for the two of you and follow it up with a trip to a nice restaurant for dessert and/or cocktails.
These great Valentine’s Day dates are sure to give both of you lots of memories for a unique, fun, and – best of all – romantic night out.
One of Mazda’s crowning achievements – among many, of course – is that of the MX-5 Miata. Enthusiasts have seen their fair share of Miata concepts at auto shows over the years, and for good reason; it’s a lightweight, fun, attractive car that takes everything people love about convertibles, sports cars, and Mazda vehicles and puts them together in one car that’s far more affordable than similar offerings on the market. Mazda continued the trend by bringing the MX-5 Speedster Concept to the 2017 North American International Auto Show.
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen the Speedster. Mazda brought a 2015 MX-5 Speedster to the 2015 SEMA show, then brought it back again just last year. As it is, the current MX-5 Speedster Concept bears a stunning matte white paint job called White Ether, weighs under 2,000 lbs., and shows off an adjustable suspension and racing tires. It’s also notable that the Speedster has no front or rear windshield, instead opting for an air deflector in the front.
Inside, the MX-5 Speedster Concept bears a cool interior design, featuring a predictable two-seating sports car vibe (Why fix what isn’t broken?). Additionally, it also features a distinct, minimalist design that puts all of the focus on driving with a black and orange color scheme. Mazda seems to like the Speedster, so we’re sure to see variations of the model return at a few upcoming auto shows.