Sometimes, a Friday night in with Netflix and takeout is all you need for a perfect date night. But if you’re looking to shake things up a little and find something extra special to do with your someone special, there are a ton of unique activities you can choose from. Whether you’re looking for the perfect activity for a romantic getaway or a fun experience closer to home, we’ve got you covered. Here are some “out-of-the-box” date night ideas for you and your partner to try out this summer.
Puff, Pass & Paint
Cannabis tours are on the rise, and as more states have legalized marijuana in recent years, many companies are finding new and creative ways to upgrade your cannabis experience. If weed is your thing, why not try giving your date night a creative twist with a puff, pass and paint class. These classes are popping up all over the U.S. and are an awesome way to open your mind, get creative and have some laughs with your loved one. Think of it as an art class with a difference: channeling your inner Bob Ross, but with edibles.
If marijuana’s not for you, then why not swap it out for a BYOB art night with a “Sip ‘n’ Paint” class instead? This sister trend is more established, and also makes for a relaxing and creative date night that will bring out your artistic side. We can’t promise you’ll produce that statement piece for your living room you’ve been wanting. But hey, one of you might just discover your calling!
NOTE: These activities are only available in states where marijuana is legal and are strictly 21+. Marijuana consumption is allowed and encouraged in these classes but never mandatory!
Cooking Class with a Twist
You know what they say, couples that cook together, stay together. Ok maybe they don’t allsay that, but for many couples, cooking (or more specifically, food), is the way to their heart. Whether you’re both amateur chefs in the making or could do with brushing up on a few skills in the kitchen, why not check out some more unique cooking classes as a way to say I love you.
Carb-lovers? Why not get to grips with some bread basics and learn how to make the perfect croissant or the chewiest, springiest bagel (one to keep in the back pocket for a surprise breakfast in bed…). If you’re traveling with your partner, head to a class where you’ll get a feel for local cuisine.