We scoured the D.C. dating scene and found five of the most entertaining and fun date spots that you and your honey will love.

There's so much pressure placed on dating and romance. With the dinner dates and the fancy outfits, it can become tedious just getting ready for a meal that ends up being way more expensive than you'd originally thought. Now don't get me wrong -- I love the romance as much as any other girl, but sometimes I'd much rather have fun and go out and do something different! Which is why we have put together a list of five fun, entertaining and truly unique date spots for you and your sweetheart.

Trolley Pub Arlington

The Trolley Pub is a pedal-powered, eco-friendly, pub-crawling trolley that can sit up to 14 people at a time. There are two tours offered: Private Tour and Mixer Tour. The Private Tour is the most popular option, with groups of eight to 14 booking the entire trolley for a two-hour tour. You can either go on a pub-crawl and visit your favorite watering holes, or you can simply cruise along and enjoy the sightseeing around town. The only difference between the two tours is that the Mixer Tour (which only seats up to eight people) isn't private so you'll be making some new friends along the way. [gallery size="large" ids="2322,2325,2323"] For more information, or to book a tour, please click here.
Photos courtesy of Trolley Pub Arlington's Facebook page.

Gravelly Point

Across from the Potomac River is Gravelly Point park. Here, you'll find many folks lying on their backs watching the airplanes take off and land at Reagan National Airport. It's the perfect place to talk, relax, and get to know one another. Well, talk as much as you can before there's a loud plane roaring above you! There are also areas around the park where you can have a picnic lunch. [gallery columns="2" size="large" ids="2332,2331"] For more information about Gravelly Point park, please click here.
Photos courtesy of Gravelly Point's Facebook page.

Escape Rooms

Georgetown, Old Town Alexandria, and Glover Park all have incredible escape rooms that you and your date will certainly enjoy. Nothing like being locked in a room for an hour as you try to solve a mystery to bring you closer together. Georgetown Rooms
  • Friday the 13th | Difficulty Level: 7/10 | 8-10 Players
  • Titanic | Difficulty Level: 8/10 | 8-10 Players
  • Ghostbusters! | Difficulty Level: 8/10 | 8-10 Players
  • Runaway Subway | Difficulty Level: 6/10 | 8-10 Players
  • Curse of the Mummy | Difficulty Level: 6/10 | 8-10 Players
Book Georgetown Location here. [gallery columns="2" size="large" ids="2324,2327"] Old Town Alexandria Rooms
  • The Wizard's Apothecary | Difficulty Level: 5/10 | 8-12 Players
  • Sherlock Holmes: A Matter of Time | Difficulty Level: 7/10 | 8-10 Players
  • Poe-Ranormal Activity | Difficulty Level: 8/10 | 8-10 Players
  • Moriarty's Madness | Difficulty Level: 6/10 | 6-8 Players
Book Old Town Alexandria here. Glover Park Rooms
  • Back to the 80s! | Difficulty Level: 7/10 | 8-12 Players
  • I Was Framed! | Difficulty Level: 6/10 | 6-8 Players
  • Double Crossed | Difficulty Level: 6/10 | 5-7 Players
Book DC Glover Park here.
Photos courtesy of Escape Room Live's Facebook pages: Georgetown, Alexandria and Glover Park.

Kramerbooks and Afterwords Café

Get your nerd on at Kramerbooks and Afterwords Café! With killer books, beer, and delicious baked goods, this is every inner nerd's fantasy come true. It was the first bookstore/café in Washington, D.C., at the time of its opening in 1976. A full-service bar and hundreds of books are waiting for you and your honey. [gallery size="large" ids="2320,2330,2321"] There are always different events going on at the bookstore and bar, too, like author readings, open mic nights, and wine tastings. For more information on Kramerbooks and Afterwords Café, click here.
Photos courtesy of Kramerbooks and Afterwords Café's Facebook page.

H Street Country Club

With indoor and outdoor space for 300 guests, there's plenty of room for renowned Mexican food, delicious cocktails, and fun games. It's home to the only indoor miniature golf course in D.C.! There're also fun games like shuffleboard, skeeball, Jenga, and much more. The roof deck is also a picturesque place to wine and dine with your date, giving you gorgeous views of the night sky above. [gallery size="large" ids="2326,2329,2328"] *H Street Country Club is for guests 21 and older. For more information on H Street Country Club, click here.
Photos courtesy of H Street Country Club's Facebook page.
Which date spot will you be taking your date to? Have you been to any of them before? If so, which spot was your favorite and why? Share your thoughts (and images) with us.

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