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While the whole aphrodisiac thing has mostly been debunked, oyster happy hour is never a bad idea (assuming your date isn't allergic to shellfish...).
During the summer, stick to the neat rows of roses or follow the crowds to the flowering cherry blossom trees.
Come winter, warm up in the greenhouses or while admiring the museum-like collections of bonsais.
"You can even blindfold your partner and make him guess what part of town you're in," advises Pepper Schwartz, Ph.
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