What do you do for date night?
We tend to eat it out but it can get a little dull. Time to revamp things! I am loving these much more quirky date night ideas
Setting aside time to spend as a couple can be tricky when you are busy or have kids but it’s really is so important to make this time and to keep dates exciting.
Sometimes, you need to think outside of the box.
Variety is the spice of life, so do factor r in some of these quirky date ideas, courtesy of womenswear designer Ralph Lauren.
OMG I love bowling and with no kids arguing it woudl make a fab date night thing to do.
It may seem a little like a teenage date suggestion, but bowling makes for a really fun date. Bowling alleys can feel like discos!
Take Lane7 in Newcastle for example. The super-sleek venue has a stylish cocktail bar, and in-house eatery.e. With ping-pong, pool and karaoke, as well as ten-pin bowling, multi-activity venues like Lane7 are available up and down the country and make the ideal date night.
Play some board games
Not every date night needs to see you spending a fortune.
Here is a cute budget suggestion for date night.
Some of the best memories can be created at home, simply enjoying each other’s company.Why not dig out some board games? They’re a great way to go back to basics and spend some time together the old fashioned way, without gadgets or technology.
Visit a comedy club
If you both love to laugh, a comedy club is the perfect venue for your next date.
There are venues across the UK that regularly feature a number of local performers, including some better-known comedians who you may just have heard of before. Laughter is a great aphrodisiac.
Escape from an escape room
Escape rooms have grown in popularity in recent months, popping up in all of the major UK cities. So what happens?
Basically you’ll be locked in a room and have to solve a series of puzzles if you are to make it out in time. You and your partner will have to work together if you are to succeed — great for bonding!
Attend a class
How about signing up to an evening class? This is a great idea if you both have a shared interest, such as cooking or learning a new language, as you’ll be able to accomplish a shared goal while having fun and spending some quality time together. It’s always less daunting to start something new with someone else, so this could be your chance to achieve what you’ve always wanted to do.
I fancy Salsa!
Try a new dining experience
Dining out doesn’t have to become a mundane experience. Rather, it can be quite the opposite.
Why not simply change your cuisine of choice? Book a table at the new restaurant that has just opened — you’ll never know unless you try it and it might become a brand new favourite.