June 1st, 2021
So you’ve survived the awkward banter phase of early days dating (be it online or in person), now it’s time to impress that potentially special someone in THE REAL WORLD. A scary thought we know, but here are 10 ideas that’ll hopefully set you apart from the hungry pack of right-swiping wolves you’re competing with!
Unleash Your Competitive Side at Palace Arcade
The true test of any burgeoning relationship is to unleash your inner competitive monster… right? With an all new outpost in Fremantle about to open, Palace Arcade is the perfect place to facilitate a bit of light-hearted competition. The arcades slash bars slash pizzerias are jam-packed with retro games to test your skills – slice in hand, show your date who the real pinball wizard is.
Upskill with a Workshop at Stackwood
Stackwood always has a pretty exciting roster of workshops, so why not head to the warehouse on your next date? Upcoming workshops include plant-based meals with the amazing Nora from Let Prove, seasonal bouquets with Floral Army, and a returning session of indoor plant know-how with resident landscape architect Claire Greenhill. We’re always optimists, but… if it doesn’t work out with your beloved, you’ll at least have learnt a new skill.
Take a Cooking Class at Salt & Company
On a first date, sitting in a fancy restaurant across the table from someone, those silences can feel pretty deafening. But if you’re busy cooking, there’s no time to feel awkward! Salt & Company run frequent courses in almost every type of cuisine imaginable: from a Sri Lankan banquet, to Japanese izakaya, to South American street food, to northern Italian… we’ve barely scratched the surface! Plus, there’s heaps of plant-based courses that don’t compromise on flavour.
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