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Stroll through one of the city’s many farmers’ markets then cook dinner together.
Take an hour-long stroll around Green Lake, or bike Burke-Gilman Trail and end with a picnic at Gas Works Park.
(Keep the evening a little more casual and budget-friendly by just stopping by for drinks at the bar.) Another swoon-worthy culinary destination: El Gaucho.
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Just be sure to pack an umbrella during rainy season — or have an inclement-weather backup plan.
Get Active If you’ve asked out a fitness buff — Men’s Fitness recently listed Seattle among America’s fittest cities — why not plan a date that will get hearts pumping?
Other “cultured” date ideas: an exhibit opening at Henry Art Gallery, the Seattle Poetry Festival, the Museum of History and Industry, the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, the Seattle Opera, or an improv show.
Be a Tourist Dating gives you permission to explore the more touristy attractions city natives rarely visit.
Check out musical theatre at the gorgeous Paramount Theater, or take a chance on a fringe show.
Check out the Japanese Garden at Washington Park Arboretum. Take a ferry to Bainbridge Island, then grab an ice cream cone at Mora Iced Creamery before touring the area by bike or on foot.
The list of parks, hiking trails and beaches is seemingly endless.
Go for a drink at the prohibition-themed speakeasy Knee High Stocking Company, or get transported to early-20th-century Paris at Can Can, a hot Seattle nightspot, where you’ll sip on fancy cocktails as you take in a cabaret show.
Splurge If you really want to sweep your date off her feet, make reservations at Canlis, arguably Seattle’s finest (and most romantic) restaurant, where you’ll enjoy 180-degree views of Lake Union, Cascade Mountains and the city.