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Subscriber active since. You meet someone, sparks fly, and you exchange phone s. You're excited, of course. But then they do something so egregious, so harrowing, that you're ready to pull the plug on the whole situation: They ask you out to dinner and a movie. Ahead, find date ideas that aren't dinner and a movie. If things go wellyou can grab dinner on date two. But chances are, you'll want to go on another date from our list. If you're lucky enough to live in a place with gorgeous outdoor spaces, take advantage of the scenery and invite your date for a little fresh air and exercise.
Bonus: There's no set time for a walk in the park, so you can cut it short if you're not into the date or just keep strolling along if you are. The great thing about a breakfast date is that it opens up the rest of the day for you. If you two hit it off over bacon and eggs, you can keep the date going. No sparks? Your evening's still open for something else to come along Books are the ultimate conversation starters, so you'll probably have tons to chat about. Bonus: Most shops have coffee spots, so you can discuss your finds over a brew, too.
But it's a pretty solid way to create some major bonding. Worse case-scenario, you'll walk away with a few good recipes to recreate. Whether it's a flea market or a farmer's market, wandering from booth to booth is a fun way to get to know one another.
This is a great idea for someone who you know as a friend, but want to get to know in a more romantic way. Head out of town for a ski or beach trip, and enjoy some one-on-one time. You can each agree to bring something specific, or meet at the grocery store and shop for a spread together. Not someone who can muster up sweet nothings on your own? Let someone else come up with the romantic words to set the mood. Seasonal-specific activities are like limited-edition dates: You can only participate in them during certain times, which makes them all the more special.
Both fans of felines? Get cozy with some cats while you sip some beverages.
Your date gets bonus points if they wind up adopting one, of course. If a casual first date is your speed, rent some bowling shoes and play a few games against each other. Plus, if you load up on bar food and beer, it is technically dinner. If you live in a big city, chances are you've never played tourist there before.
Grab your potential S. This date allows you to get your sweat on while also participating in a serious trust test. There's something super romantic about staring up at the stars. But if it's too chilly outside or light pollution makes your view not-so-prettytake the gazing inside. Go around from truck to truck and rate your favorites. If the winning truck has a standalone restaurant, then you already have an idea for date two! If a typical two-drink-minimum comedy club isn't your thing, look up comedy podcast tapings.
They're just as fun, and you can listen to your episode later on. Whether it's arcade games or laser tag, find a spot that lets you indulge your younger self. Laughter is basically guaranteed. Concerts can be tough for a first date, but a smaller venue makes it easier to mingle between sets. You can watch at a bar or at the stadium. Either way, you guys will bond over your shared love of sports. Okay, so this is technically dinner.
But it's more of an adventure than a typical sit-down meal. Have your appetizer, main course, and dessert at different spots — because who doesn't want to have nachos followed by sushi followed by flan? If your date isn't willing to share an over-the-top milkshake with you, then are they really The One? Sure, there's not much time for talking during a yoga class, but stretching your body while flying through the air in a giant hammock suspended from the ceiling will surely give you and your date something to talk about once the class is over.
And if you don't end up enjoying the other person's company, at least you got a cool experience out of it. This one's mostly for big city dwellers, though smaller towns have plenty of exploring to be done, too. Take the day to hit up any touristy spots that you've never seen, or revisit old favorites. It can be fun to see your city through someone else's eyes. World globe An icon of the world globe, indicating different international options. Get the Insider App. A leading-edge research firm focused on digital transformation.
Free subscriber-exclusive audiobook! Redeem your free audiobook. US Markets Loading H M S In the news. Maria Del RussoRefinery Is there anything more boring than a canned movie-and-dinner date? It's long, it's overly intimate, and it's such a snoozy way to get to know a person. And while it may be the way some of our parents got to know one another, our parents also didn't date online or use the word "fboy" in everyday conversation. Times are changing, so shouldn't first dates change, too? Take a long walk in the park.
Meet for breakfast. Browse a bookstore. Take a cooking class. Visit an outdoor market. Plan a day trip. Go for a picnic. Go to a poetry reading. Take a painting class. Go ice skating or apple picking. Belt it out at karaoke. Play some bar trivia. Go bowling. Visit an art museum. Take a city tour. Take on some rock-climbing. Stargaze at the planetarium. Visit a food truck festival. Chuckle at a comedy show. Date like a. Take a boozy tour. Check out a live music venue. Cheer on your favorite sports team. Have a multi-venue meal.
Skip dinner and just get dessert. Stretch it out in aerial yoga. Play tourist. Loading Something is loading. address. Health Contributor RefineryLooking for a good date and fun
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