Dating for dinners
Spanish: The home of flamenco dancing, fiestas and amazing tapas.
A list of dinner ideas for two would not be complete without including the incredible variety and flavors of Spanish tapas.
Reason number 2- Added pressure to keep your manners in check. It’s nerve wracking enough to go on a first date with someone you hardly know without the stress of having to act like a debutante. And did you just hear his teeth scrape across that entrée fork, or are you imagining things?
Reason number 3- Sometimes, there are just way too many courses.
Dinner ideas for two means pulling out all the stops, and choosing a good bottle of wine will elevate your meal to a more memorable and refined place.
It can often seem a daunting task, picking a wine to match with your meal, but there are a few tips in selecting the right bottle and ultimately making the experience more special!
You’re thinking, “Okay, he didn’t beep his horn for me to come out. ” You slip on your new heels and can’t help but think about how magical this night is going to be. You rack your brain trying to remember sending him the e-mail message explaining your eating preferences, but quickly realize the e-mail never sent!
Japanese: There is something incredibly refined about Japanese food and this cuisine should definitely find itself at the top of any list of adventurous dinner ideas for two.
Bowls of steaming and spicy ramen soup and fried dumplings look impressive but are surprisingly easy to make.
Wear what you want, and don’t act like you’re someone you’re not.
Jill Knapp-Zitron is a native New Yorker who recently moved to the south. A regular contributor to the Huffington Post, Knapp-Zitron writes about entertainment, dating and relationships, and the differences between city and suburban lifestyles.