It often gets hard to find things to do with your significant other on a date night. You have probably watched everything on Netflix (twice), and you know you’re running out of frozen foods, so you can’t give them a fine dining experience. Lucky for you, help is at hand, and we’ve got together 5 Top Date ideas for you love birds to try out in Leeds.
1. Dine at Trinity Kitchens
Location: 27 Albion St, Leeds LS1 5ER
If your partner happens to be a food junkie, then there’s no better date than taking them for a meal at Trinity Kitchens. There is a wide range of street food vendors to choose from, such as Rola Wala, Absurd Bird, Doner Shack and Pho. You won’t have to worry about your date going hungry because their stomachs will be full for days!
2. Have an adventure at Roundhay Park
Location: Mansion Ln, Roundhay, Leeds LS8 2HH
Another great date idea is going to Roundhay Park for a romantic stroll. The park has got two big lakes which you can go around as well as a cute little cafe you can pop into for a quick cuppa together. Don’t forget to bring along some bird seeds to feed to the ducks in the lake and a camera to capture the moments!
3. Dance the night away at the Domino
Location: 7 Grand Arcade, Leeds LS1 6PG
If you and your date are old fashioned and want to share a kiss (or your first one) on the dance floor, then the Domino Club is the place for you. The Domino is tucked hidden away under the basement of Lord Barbering barbers shop, so chances are your lucky date has never been. It has its very own bar where you can both also enjoy a few cheeky drinks and listen to live gigs.
4. Get competitive at Roxy Lane Bowling
Location: Roxy Ball Room Leeds Boar Lane, 58 Boar Ln, Leeds LS1 6HW
If you really want to go on a cliche af teenage date, then why not have a go at Roxy Lane Bowling. The retro-themed unique bowling alley is a great date idea that offers bowling games from £5 to £8. Not only that, if you both get peckish but don’t want to leave, Roxy Lane offers foods such as craft ales and pizza for you both to munch on.
5. Feed hungry penguins at Harewood House
It comes as a shock to everyone living in Britain that we cater to penguins. Our bipolar weather is not the best for them. But don’t worry. Harewood House has the perfect climate for the beautiful penguins to live in, and feeding them is the perfect date idea. It costs just £15 per person to go watch them and even feed them some fish if you and your date are brave enough.