DC Date Ideas: Massages, Sushi, and a Murder Mystery

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With only a couple weeks left in February, time is running thin to cash in on some great discounted activities and hotel stays down in Washington, DC.  If you and your date decide to make the trip down to DC, we’ve laid out some activities to ensure a relaxing and fun-filled day:




Day Activity:  Massages, Sushi, and Sake

  • Ease into your weekend getaway by releasing some tension with a massage at Lunar Massage in the Adams Morgan neighborhood.  Let Lunar Massage work out your kinks at a 10% discount when you mention “Date Nights DC” throughout the month of February.
  • After you and your date finish your massages, head over to Asia Nine Bar & Lounge for a light lunch from their full service raw bar and extensive sake menu.  This “Asian-Asian Fusion” restaurant incorporates elements of Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Korean and many other Asian cultures into its cuisine.

Night Activity: A Date Night "WhoDunIt" and Rose Petal Turndown

  • You and your date can tap into your inner crime-solving detective to uncover a ‘whodunit’ murder mystery at the Kennedy Center.  Show times vary throughout the month of February, so plan accordingly.  Don’t forget to mention "Date Nights DC" when purchasing your ticket, and you’ll receive the second ticket free!
  • Top off the evening with a romantic stay at the Hyatt Regency in Bethesda where chocolate covered strawberries and rose petals await you upon your arrival.  In the morning, the Hyatt offers breakfast for you two and a late checkout.  Grab two complimentary all day Metro passes when you check-in to make transportation to all these great DC activities a breeze.

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