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Five Places To Bring A Hot Date

Katherine Ripley Katherine Ripley

Five Places To Bring A Hot Date

 

Don’t waste a date on a movie. The snacks are way overpriced, you don’t even get to talk to each other, and your date will be underwhelmed by your unoriginality. If you really want to impress a guy or gal, plan something different and exciting. Here are five great options happening this weekend:

 

1. Jazz Dinner at the Wayfarer

[The Wayfarer]
[The Wayfarer]
If you and your date both love jazz, check out this event. There will be good music, a clubroom bar, a seafood-focused menu, and if you RSVP with Fever, you get a free glass of Prosecco with every entree. It doesn’t get more classy than this.

 

2. Smorgasburg

[Now Boarding All Groups]
[Now Boarding All Groups]
An opportunity for a quaint Sunday picnic by the river in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Smorgasburg has a variety of delicious food, so all you need to bring is a blanket, and maybe a bottle of wine. The perfect afternoon!

 

3. Greenwich Comedy Club

[Stand Up Comedy NYC]
[Stand Up Comedy NYC]
Nothing breaks the ice like having a good laugh. Greenwich comedy club always has a lineup of hilarious comedians. This Sunday’s show only costs $10 if you get your tickets with Fever. There is a two-drink minimum, but that just gets the chemistry flowing even more.

 

4. Alive After Five Cruise

[Horblower]
[Hornblower]
What’s more romantic than an evening cruise on a yacht, with a flawless view of the New York City skyline? It only costs $15 to enter, and because it’s early in the night, it will be quiet enough for plenty of conversation. Fall in love on the water!

 

5. A Brief History of Beer

[Quinn Dombrowski]
[Quinn Dombrowski]
If you and your date are both beer-lovers, you can do better than going to a tap house. Go see a play that chronicles the history of beer, drink while you watch, and hopefully discover more of your common interests.

 

Tags: Food, Live, Music