Photo Credit: David Amsler
There are a lot of challenges that come along with the ring on your finger when you get married. Where the toothpaste tube is squeezed, how the toilet paper is hung, and what constitutes a date night are just a few of the many tough issues to be resolved. While we can’t help with the toothpaste or the toilet paper, we do have some suggestions for date night that are sure to be enthusiastically agreed upon. Here are the 5 best date night ideas in Dallas.
Photo Credit: Galaxy Drive In
OK, it is a bit of a drive to Ennis but when is the last time you went to a drive-in to see a movie? There aren’t many things that can heat up a relationship as well as a couple of hours in a darkened car. Watching a movie at Galaxy Drive-In Theater is every bit as much fun as it was when you were a teenager — and if you’ve never experience a drive in movie then it’s time you did.
Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck
Photo Credit: Five Sixty
Indulge your inner gourmet with a visit to Five Sixty, Wolfgang Puck’s Asian Fusion restaurant atop Reunion Tower. The revolving eatery allows a panoramic view of the city while you dine on some of the best dishes that Dallas has to offer. The decor is simple but elegant and romantic. Be sure to get reservations for this or you may end up disappointed.
Central Market Cooking School
Photo Credit: Central Market
There is a scene in Mostly Martha, the original German version of No Reservations, where the main character is blindfolded and fed soup by the male supporting actor. It has to be one of the hottest scenes in any movie ever created and it proves that there is nothing encourages romance like good food. Central Market Cooking School may be just thing thing to pull you out of the date night rut. The classes change often so be sure to check on the website to see what is currently being offered.
Tour Historic Dallas in a Carriage
Photo Credit: Northstar Carriages
Getting time for uninterrupted conversation is tough for parents. Taking a ride in a horse-drawn carriage is the perfect time to see more of Dallas as well as have a relaxed conversation. Northstar Carriages has a variety of tours in Dallas and Fort Worth where you can watch the sunset. Consider taking the long, one hour ride and bringing along a picnic basket and your most fascinating conversation.
Photo Credit: Nora’s Restaurant
For late night getaways head over to Nora’s. You head for the roof where you’ll enjoy one of the restaurant’s signature cocktails while you admire the stars. Relax by the crackling fire in the stone fire pit and gaze into each other’s eyes. It’s always comfortable, no matter what the weather is doing, thanks to the many heat lamps.