By Emma L. Wells

This weekend date idea will have you and your sweetheart traveling the world without ever leaving your couch. It’s perfect for a night when you might be a little tired but still want to spend some quality, fun time together. All you need is a good appetite and some takeout menus!

Travel the World Without Leaving Your Couch on This Date Idea

Find some tasty, authentic cuisine in your neighborhood that you and your honey can order in. If you don’t know your area that well, check out Yelp for some suggestions and reviews. You’ll be able to get a taste of China, Italy, Mexico, and more — all in the same night. Order a small dish or two from every restaurant and set up a buffet at home so you both get to try a bit of everything.

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At the end of the night, vote on your favorites. Follow this dating and relationship advice to find out how well your tastes match. You might even come up with a new favorite restaurant for your next date night. If he mentions a particular dish that he likes, make a mental note to make a home-cooked version in the future; you should be able to find the recipe you need on Pinterest.

Make this a date idea a themed night by renting movies to enjoy with dinner. You can pick out some travel-themed rom-coms like The Holiday, Under the Tuscan Sun, Eat Pray Love, French Kiss, or Roman Holiday. Or watch food-themed movies like Ratatouille, Chocolat, Chef, The Hundred Foot Journey, or Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

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After having a blast on this weekend date idea, you and your partner might consider doing the night all over again for a party with your friends. They’ll be bound to notice how close and cute you two look while playing host together. Plus, takeout is really easy for a party set-up and clean-up! Or if one of you is a particular good cook, try recreating some of these yummy dishes for your pals. Spending time together in the kitchen can certainly add some spice to your relationship and love.

Have you ever had a cultural food extravaganza with your significant other? Tell us about it below!