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The couple that plays together, stays together. Connecting with your special someone is so important, and it is still possible, even if a weekly dinner date on the town is less likely to happen. For those times when you want to stay safe from Covid but share the love, we have rounded up some socially distant date ideas that just might be perfect for you. Snuggle up in the bed of your truck or in the backseat of your car. Get cozy with soda and popcorn while you canoodle with your sweetie in front of the big screen. Most drive-in theaters offer a double feature so you can plan on a late night out.
Aim for the bullseye at Urban Axes: Down some liquid courage and test your strength at this fun-filled axe-throwing bar in Highlandtown. Remember: both love and sadly COVID are in the air, so be sure to wear your mask while out and about.
Howard St. But a first date is the perfect moment to slow things down, get back to basics, and learn more about each other by browsing well-bound paper or hardbacks. Multiple locations including 28th and Calvert St. The close, but not too close, personal concerts are back in their second season, offering Baltimoreans the opportunity to have a short showcase delivered straight to their doorsteps.
On warmer nights, there is seating in their parklet where you can split the Orto Caesar and follow it up with the Italian chicken and dumpling stew, charred broccolini orecchiette with toasted pine nuts, or the famous shrimp and squid ink spaghetti. Learn more about local museums to visit, here. House every Monday at 6 p. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it.
Or you and your date can reserve a time to mask up and explore indoor presentations like Stephanie Syjuco: Vanishing Point Overlay and Adelyn Breeskin: Curating a Legacy. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached, or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Baltimore Magazine. Watch a Carcert: While we wait for live music venues to return to their regularly scheduled programming, cozy up with your loved one at home and tune in to Carcerts, hosted by homegrown emcee Rickie Jacobs.
Four types of tacos, margaritas, and scratch-made guacamole are the perfect reasons to pull your mask down for a bite with your date. Vernon—for brunch on a weekend. Stroll around a local museum: Take advantage of the recent reopenings of our beloved cultural institutions.
Catch one of the Bmore Pop-Up Jazz Jams: This is a great opportunity for you and your main squeeze to support the Baltimore arts community. Make a night of it by stopping by neighboring Monument City Brewing Company for a beer before or after you throw. You can also line your stomach with eats from the occasional food truck in the courtyard.
The personal shows are the perfect way to keep the arts, and your love life, alive this spring. Pick up a package containing two servings of fresh pasta and all the necessary ingredients to create a fantastic meal in the comfort of your home. Classic bowling fare like personal pizzas, French fries, corn dogs, and nachos make this a simple and retro date idea. Reservations are available for couples or small groups if you want to keep it low key and bring your friends to help break the ice.
Try the risotto at Joe Squared: Joe Squared, which recently reemerged as a worker-owned cooperative and debuted outdoor seating along North Avenue, is a Station North date destination that we can sum up in six syllables: gluten-free risotto. This staple duckpin bowling alley—which has been around since and surely seen many first dates—is safe, sanitized, and ready for visitors.
House offers distanced indoor seating in addition to its spacious patio with a fire pit. Every Wednesday at 7 p. The collections at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum are also a must-see, showcasing more than years of African American history through the lens of industry, leisure, sports, media, the arts, and more. Yank your muffin off of their body-shaped slump in the couch and head to Remington to visit B.
Willow—a small plant shop that just celebrated its four-year anniversary.
He has also organized other pop-up shows in places like St. Follow along on Instagram for updates. Charles St. Feast on a burger, ramen, tacos, or all three at R. Duplicate those nostalgic vibes by visiting R. House in Remington, a much more mature food hall that features 10 stalls including Be. Save room for dessert and swing by Taharka Bros. Plan a picnic at a local park: After checking your almanac or your iPhone for the daily weather report, grab your dog and your sandals to settle on one of the grassy knolls at any of the 4, acres of parkland throughout Baltimore City.
Heaps of sunshine over mounds of dewy grass—everywhere from Patterson Park to Druid Hill Park—are warming our chilly hearts this spring.
Having something to do, aside from conversation, can reveal whether there's a true connection
Each of these performances brings a flavor all their own, leaving you no option but to taste the rich jazz history of Baltimore with your date by your side. the pasta club at Orto: This Italian-inspired hotspot in Station North has simple and flavorful cuisine perfect for your first date delights.
Willow is also hosting a Plant Care virtual workshop on April 17 if you want to ensure that your plants live a long and healthy life—just like your budding or established relationship. North Ave. Plan a romantic evening in Little Italy: Nothing says romance like a glass of wine and a hearty plate of pasta at a Littly Italy haunt. As its name suggests, the live music series features local hip-hop artists—including Al Rogers Jr.
Become plant parents at B. Willow: Anyone up for a chat about family planning on the first date? Just be sure that you and your dining companion save room for dessert, because there is always plenty of gelatos, sorbetto, and other rotating pies and pastries to go around.