Great Date Ideas in Dallas

Date Ideas in Dallas

Whether it’s your first date or you’ve been together for so long you’ve lost count, make the most of your time together with unique activities. Dinner and a movie? That’s nice from time to time, but these great date ideas are sure to keep the conversation going and add some flair to your night (or day) out.

  1. Progressive Eating Tour

Can’t decide on which amazing restaurant near our Dallas apartments to take the object of your affection? Choose a few and try a progressive lunch or dinner. Have appetizers at your favorite bar, then walk to a nearby French bistro for the entre. Finish with dessert at any of the premier chocolatiers or bakeries in the area.

Or, skip the main course altogether and go straight to dessert by taking a chocolate tour of the city. Every Saturday and Sunday at 1 PM, the decadent Chocolate Indulgence Tour departs on a unique tasting journey through the city. Ride in the style and comfort aboard a luxury bus as you sip wine, learn more about the benefits of chocolate and taste the most tantalizing treats in the city.

  1. Paint and Wine Party

Avoid the dreaded dating brush-off by getting your brush on. When it comes to the art of romance, Pinot’s Palette offers an unforgettable date night. Creative activities of any kind enhance bonding, and adding wine to a hands-on, how-to paint party makes it that much more enjoyable. An added bonus: you get to take home your masterpieces at the end of the night, meaningful mementos of the date.

  1. Cook Dinner Together

Take advantage of the carefully-appointed kitchens in our Dallas apartments by cooking a romantic dinner together. Even if you aren’t a serious chef, there are plenty of easy, romantic dinners that anyone can cook. Set the mood with some soft music, give your date a chic apron and find the gourmet within.

These are just a few of the great date ideas in Dallas. What are your favorites? Share them with your friends and neighbors below.
Amy Johnson

is UDR’s budding social media guru, and has been instrumental in constructing the brand’s content strategy. After graduating from University of Colorado- Boulder, she started working for UDR as a marketing intern. When she isn’t perusing the web for the perfect pins and Facebook posts, she can be found hiking somewhere with her dog Rory.

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