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Before the Date…

A trip around the world seems to be on most everyone’s bucket list. The stories, the adventure, the tastes of a whole new world. All of these things may be far out of touch be it financial or logistical but if you use a little bit of the imagination a trip around the world is only an Uber ride away. From California vineyards to the trendy yakitori joints of Japan and dungeonous party dens of Morocco the world is your oyster.

So grab your travel partner and set off on a “flight around the world” right in your back yard.

St0p #1: 7:30 pm

Wine Flights

from local California grapes.

What to Know

Wine flights are 4 tastings at $16 a piece. They do however have an interesting corkage where you can buy a bottle at wholesale and the first bottle is $10 corkage, after that the corkage is free. With 4 or more people and Pinot Noir at $25/bottle. It’s a steal.

It’s a little early on this date but they actually have live music starting at 9pm on weekends.

Check out their “Winery Experience” deal on Groupon. It’s $53, you get 2 flights, a cheeseboard, and a carafe of a wine of your choice. It’s perfect for 2 people.

St0p #2: 8:30 pm

Robatayaki Goodness

like you’re in Tokyo

What to Know

This is the first location of the restaurant with another in London. Reservations are highly suggested. Great spots are outside in the patio, the low table next to the grill, and if you have a big group, the big square table in the far right corner.

There is a $20 corkage fee so you could bring a bottle of wine from the first stop. However, there is a bottle of Pinot Noir at $45 at this stop so would be the same price.

There is a “social hour” Monday to Friday 5-7pm with food under $10, beer for $5 and wine/cocktails in the $6-9 range.

Alternative: Not in the mood for robatayaki? Fly to Germany and set up at the sausage house Wurstkuche. This is especially great for bigger groups.

St0p #3: 10 pm

Live Tunes

in a Moroccan den

What to Know

On most nights you can score a show for $12, they’re usually a good time and worth a check out.

The venue holds only 250 people so there really isn’t a bad spot in the house. If you make it to a popular bands show it can get very crowded…prepare yourself.

From the same owner as the Teragram Ballroom this venue has state of the art sound and a line up to match. Keep your “ears” to the schedule.