Best 3 Destinations for Date Night in New York City
August 24, 2015
You don’t have to look far for incredible date night destinations in New York City. There are so many great places to spend a romantic evening that it’s hard to choose. Before hitting the town with your sweetheart, check out our picks for the best places to go on a date in the Big Apple:
Address: 117 Macdougal St
Fall in love over laughs at the Comedy Cellar — the home of comedian Dave Attell’s new Comedy Central television series. Visit before August 9th to catch SNL alum Colin Quinn’s show, directed by the legendary Jerry Seinfeld. Charming, cozy décor, lots of laughs and delicious food and drinks await at this NYC hotspot.
Address: 75 Christopher at 7th Ave
This swanky yet fun jazz club is an ideal spot for an unforgettable evening. In addition to live jazz, enjoy pool, ping pong and foosball at this locally loved establishment. If you’re looking to engage your date in friendly competition, this is the place for you. The smooth tones of local jazz musicians provide the perfect backdrop for flirty conversation, while the drink menu offers enough choices to please every preference.
Address: 300 W 43rd St
You’ve never seen Shakespeare like this before! For a rousing rendition of Romeo & Juliet (and other Shakespeare masterpieces) visit this NYC institution. Here, the actors imbibe no less than five shots of whiskey before performing in some of the Bard’s greatest works. Although Drunk Shakespeare is a super-fun group date destination, it’s also ideal for a party of two. If you really want to impress your date, spring for the $500 “Be the King” special, which gets you exclusive perks like fine caviar, Moet & Chandon champagne and two regal thrones for you and your date.
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