10 Ideas For A First Date

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 consternation caused by first-dates
with a new person is a timeless, age-old
dilemma that never goes out of style.

decisions abound, from what to wear,
what to say and where to go?
While we can’t advise you on what to say
the first time you go out with someone,
and we’re not about to deliberate on
fashion choices, here are 10 suggestions to
facilitate your decision of where to take
someone on a first date:

1. Meet her/him for dinner . It may not
break new ground in the pantheon of
dating ideas, but there are few better
ways to get to know a person on a first
date than over dinner. Do it at a casual
restaurant rather than a four-star
establishment. And don’t make the
mistake Mark Ratner did when he brought
Stacey to the German restaurant on their
first date in “Fast Times at Ridgemont
High”—for Gosh sakes, bring enough
money to cover the meal!

2. Take them to lunch. It represents less
pressure on the part of both parties on
the date if the meeting is taking place in
the daytime. Not only is it light out, but
lunch usually brings with it inherent time
limits—a key component just in case you
two don’t hit it off and are looking for the
escape hatch soon after getting together.

3. Coffee or ice cream . This takes the
lunch philosophy and dials it down even
more. Although, quite famously, when
someone asks, “Wanna come in for
coffee?” they don’t always mean coffee, in
this case, meeting over coffee or an ice
cream cone implies little pressure and
more of a breather until (if) you two are
able to reach a greater comfort level with
one another.

4. A sporting event . Get tickets to a
baseball or basketball game and take your
date there. It isn’t romantic, but it’s wide
open, public, fun, and you’ll have a
natural focal point of conversation (the
game that you’re both watching) to fill in
the gaps in conversation that can be a
first-date hazard.

5. Concert . If you both have similar tastes
in music, whether it’s rock, hip-hop or
classical, then concert tickets might be a
good point to start off your potential
relationship. Like a ballgame, you’d be
meeting in a public place with lots of
people around and a common point of
interest to generate conversation.

6. Movie . A movie ticket is a lot more
expensive than it used to be, and there
isn’t a lot of opportunity for get-to-know-
each-other conversation in a darkened
theater, however the movies are a
reliable go-to choice for a first date. You
could also combine the movie with
suggestions 1, 2 or 3. Or you could hang
out at home with a DVD or Netflix movie
choice, saving the gas and the money, but
upping the ante in terms of possible first-
date tension.

7. Picnic. Enjoy the great outdoors by
packing a picnic lunch and heading to the
park to get to know each other. It’s
breezy, casual and a nice chance to
connect without having to tip a waitress
or concern yourself with the niceties of
dining out.

8. The zoo . If you both like nature and
wildlife, a visit to the zoo can be just as
much fun with a first date as it is with a
wide-eyed child.

9. The mall . Another public place where
you can walk around, discover common
interests and quietly make fun of the
people passing you by is the mall. There’s
plenty to do, plenty to talk about and the
pressure quotient is fairly low.

10. Be active. Take your first date bowling,
roller skating, ice skating, mini-golfing or
apple picking. You’ll be doing something
together, hopefully having fun, and you
both might enjoy the dynamic of a plan
that involves something other than sitting
across a table or in a theater or concert
hall with one another.
These tips are no guarantee of date
success. Just relax, don’t be dull, and,
again, make sure you have enough money
on hand.
Good luck.