If your date owns more vinyl records than cooking and eating utensils, this should be high on your list.
The Butler Observatory just got a makeover, and it’s never produced more beautiful, high-def images of the heavens.
And if we’ve learned anything from Renaissance painters, we all know oysters are the food that attracts lovers to you like moths to a flame.
Speedway Indoor Karting offers something a little different -- not your ordinary karts, but instead a mega-track made for adrenaline and very adult acceleration.
Listen Hear is a gallery dedicated entirely to the use of sound as an artistic medium, and many events and exhibitions there are free.
From medical history to patisserie, from city park walks to wok-fried pork, the only nap in Naptown is the one you’ll need to get ready for your next great date.
Gallery Pastry Shop is a multi-purpose kind of pastry bar where you can meet up for a light lunch, brunch, coffee, or a cocktail.
It’s basically a big box store for date nights, your one-stop shop for a lovely evening.
If you or your date are aesthetically inclined, First Fridays are a perfect opportunity to see some art (and some art in progress) as galleries in and around the Murphy Art Center building open for tours.
It’s open to public tours on Fridays and Saturdays, or you can book it for a private event if you’re trying to impress at the highest level. You can always count on The White Rabbit to have a regular lineup of burlesque shows worth every penny of the ticket price, and the Luxotica Lounge Cabaret Show is one of the highlights.
Nothing warms the blood like this variety-show take on the art of the tease, combining comedy and music with your standard-issue shimmying.
It’s probably not the best look at for a first date, but perhaps after a few solid connections, you can introduce recreational weaponry into your romance.