Cupid's Pulse Article: Expert Dating Advice: Date Ideas for Spring LoveCupid's Pulse Article: Expert Dating Advice: Date Ideas for Spring Love

By Joshua Pompey 

If you are a New Yorker like me, it often feels like winter will never come to an end. Believe it or not, it was snowing in April this year! While this can be frustrating, it only makes the arrival of Spring all the more sweeter. As an added bonus, spring is an incredible time for dating if you use the expert dating advice below. Try these spring date ideas from relationship expert Joshua Pompey that will help you and your loved one make the most of this season!

Expert Dating Advice to Ignite a Spring Love!

Spring serves as a symbolic fresh start. With the sun shining and the flowers blooming, all is renewed in the world again. Take advantage of the feel-good vibes and enjoy some outdoor date ideas that tap into these endorphins.

1. Check out a ball game: Nothing says spring more than going to a ballgame. Even if you’re not a fan of sports, the atmosphere at a game is infectious. There is a reason baseball is called America’s favorite pastime: the cheering, the weather, the nostalgia. It all makes for a terrific date night. Indulge in some good old fashioned American food, have a few drinks, and don’t forget the songs, chanting, and seventh-inning stretch.

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2. Go to the park: There are so many ways to enjoy a day at the park. Bring a basket full of cheeses, fruits, nuts and a bottle of wine for a romantic picnic. Try tossing around a Frisbee like you’re kids again. Relax on a blanket and people watch on a beautiful day. And of course, the conversation of a great date will make the time unforgettable. Explore each others’ interests, ask about old childhood memories, and discover something new about your love.

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3. Find a roof top: Roof top bars or restaurants with a nice view tend to make incredible dates. What more can you really ask for when you see the city skyline? If you can’t find a rooftop, a restaurant with a nice patio is a great backup plan.

4. Head to the dog park: This may not apply to all of you out there, but nothing will bond people quicker than an adorable dog. A dog tends to make the ultimate wing man (or woman!), and if your date has a dog, you will be guaranteed a great time outside. Who doesn’t feel light-hearted around four-legged creatures that only want to please people? Take turns tossing a ball or playing tug of war. Befriending your date’s pet is a win in every dating book.

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