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Top 3 Places to Take a Girl on your First Date

Updated: Apr 21, 2023

Um, I never said it was taking her to meet your grandma.


You have landed your first date after taking ages on getting swiped left on tinder, but this time, you really think it is a match because, she just feels like home, right? Well, if you have finally gotten some water in your dry valley of corps, then trust me when I say that you have to make an effort to keep this girl.

Your first date should be magical and if you are wondering where should you be taking her, then you have come to the right place.


1. Take her to a nice restaurant (not for king crab though):

It is as simple as it can be. Don’t take her to the most expensive restaurant on the street, but also don’t go to TGI Fridays. Drink moderately. Don’t order the burger or the most costly item on the menu (because we have to make sure that you pay for everything). Take her with confidence to the brasserie that prepares its own red sauce or the small osteria with fresh pasta.

Share small meals, be inventive, and start with a bottle of wine. No matter what, make a dessert order. A substance in dark chocolate makes people more attracted to one another. Use your napkin, thank your server, and leave a generous tip when the date concludes, and Voila, you have secured yourself a great date.


2. The shadiness of Escape Rooms:

An amazing experience is ensured if you take your first date to an escape room and get that spooky mind wit out of your mind. You will both have a great time, regardless of whether your goals are to get to know someone better or merely determine their level of sociability. Additionally, you’ll come across as an original individual who’s open to trying new things!


3. Oh, the beauty of Museums:

Incredibly, really sexy museums do exist. Museums are a terrific location to ratchet up the heat between you and your date, from the way museums are lit on evening tours to the sleazy history behind different artifacts.

Plan your first museum date for the evening if you want to keep the atmosphere more romantic and less like a school field trip. Numerous museums stay open late at least once a week, and the atmosphere is frequently very different at night than it is during the day.

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