9 Places to Take Your Blind Date In New York City
There is no shortage of dating places in New York City. This reality is true in particular for those who are looking for places to go on their blind date. While going on a blind date in New York City may seem intimidating, it doesn’t have to be after you take a look at these nine places. Not only will you know where to go the next time you are set up on a blind date, but you won’t be so nervous about the situation.
1: A Picnic in Central Park
Sometimes something as simple as packing a picnic is the best thing when trying to think of what to do on a bind date, especially when you can go to Central Park. New York City may be bustling, but a picnic in the park is perfect. You’ll be able to get to know your date, enjoy a meal, and then enjoy the natural surroundings throughout the park while taking a stroll together.
2: No Shortage of Coffee Options
Those who love coffee will have no shortage of dating places in New York City when trying to decide where to go on their next blind date.
3: Head to the Museum
Are you a cultural buff or lover of art? If so, why not consider checking out an art or history museum with your blind date?
4: Take in a Show
New York City is a hot spot for entertainment and, with that, you’ll have plenty of shows from which to choose. Not only are there stage performances you and your blind date can choose form but also theatrical ones as well.
5: Experience Exquisite Cuisine
When trying to figure out where to go on your blind date, don’t worry about having a shortage of places to choose from regarding restaurants and markets. Before heading out for your evening together, you don’t have to choose—just walk down one of the streets of Manhattan and you’ll find a generous selection.
6: Listen to Some Improv
Every corner of The City has something new to experience, including “Improv” poetry readings, and other live events. Some of these events include musicians, author readings, and more. You and your blind date can mix up the evening by attending one of these events, grabbing a cup of coffee, having dinner, and then going somewhere else for dessert.
7: Go Skating
Now, if it’s winter, you can ice skate in Central Park. If it’s any other time throughout the year, you can roller blade or roller skate with your blind date at a rink or through the park. This is an excellent opportunity to get some exercise and experience the great outdoors. If neither of you knows how to skate, this will make the outing even more fun as you learn how together!
8: Pretend Your Tourists
While on your blind date, why not explore what’s considered the best city in the world through the eyes of a tourist? Research online how a tourist would tour The City and hit up all the best places. Grab your camera or camera phone and don’t forget to photograph all the landmarks and other “hot spots” for your memory book (or your social media posts).
9: Go Treasure Hunting
Are there shops and other places you and your blind date have always wanted to look through, but have never had the time? When thinking of places to go, why not consider going treasure hunting together? Walking through these shops offers up a great opportunity to talk, get to know each other and, maybe, set up another date in the future.