The Brooklyn Kitchen offers date-night specific classes where you can learn some sexy knife skills and risotto tricks with other couples.Or, you can bring the romantic pressure down to a simmer with more general lessons in pickling; gluten-free food; or pig butchery.
• Do a Food Crawl - Sample delectable eats and treats at Smorgasburg, Brooklyn's all-food flea market, where 100 vendors set up shop on the Williamsburg waterfront.
Share a basket of Home Frite's succulent, hand-cut truffle fries; indulge in one of Ramen Burger's epic noodle-enveloped beef patties; and refresh your palate with crisp, glistening shaved ice from People's Pops.
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First dates are filled with magical moments -- especially in NYC.
Or, make the most of having someone to share a meal with (and compare appetites with) by heading to an all-you-can-eat meal.
Some of the city’s best restaurants offer all-you-can-eat sushi, homemade pasta, barbecue, mussels, and more. A day trip can be a big commitment, so keep it casual with an outdoorsy adventure accessible by public transit, which -- bonus!
Central Park and Madison Square Garden always beckon, but where else will you journey?
• Party in a Museum - Yes, you read that right, and admission is free!
This public conservancy offers easy, moderate and difficult trails, ranging from 4 to 12 miles in length, so you can escape the chaos of the city dating scene and just enjoy nature together.
As a first date, group outings are strictly a break-in-case-of-emergency affair.
You can even break these out if you earn a second or third -- we’d never kiss and tell.