"Back in My Day…": Creative Date Ideas in Boston
The following article is a guest post, courtesy of Bronson Farr
We’re still celebrating Throwback Week! So far we’ve covered LA, San Francisco and NYC. Now we’re in Boston searching for spots where your parents, and maybe even your grandparents, used to go out on dates. We managed to find 3 creative date ideas that will definitely create some memories.
Mendon Twin Drive-In: Want to watch the newest movies, but don’t want to deal with the large crowds at the theaters? Well drive on over to the Mendon Drive-In for that old-school-drive-in-movie feel. Although there are only two screens at this theater, each night there is a double feature for each screen. This place is open 7 days a week through Labor Day so be sure to check it out before they close for winter!
Toscanini’s Ice Cream: This creamery may not have that vintage feel, but going out for ice cream is always a classic date. While they usually have about 40 flavors in regular rotation, Toscanini’s has a whopping 60 core flavors; not including the hundreds of other flavors they have made over the years. Patrons can also purchase 3 gallons of their favorite flavor!
Underground Hip Hop dot com (UGHH): If you’re looking for some old hip-hop or rap vinyl to add to your collection this is the place to be. From Jay-Z’s newest album to some of the Notorious B.I.G.’s early work, this store has it all and more. So grab your turntables and headphones and get ready for a great time.