Going for ice cream is up there with going to the movies and getting coffee in the typical date idea hall of fame. But this isn’t typicaldateideas.com.au, so why would we need to suggest getting ice cream then? Don’t get us wrong going for ice cream is a great date idea, but why not aim higher and get the best gelato in Australia? According to the Good Food Guide you’ll get this at Gelato Messina.
Can’t decide whether to go out for a fun, cheap meal or to a top quality restaurant for your next date night in Melbourne? Why not have both (¿por qué no los dos?) *Cue mariachi music* Fonda does mexican street food and it does it very well. They focus on food that is fresh and meant to be shared, so find someone to share it with and awake your love life from its siesta.
Melbourne can feel pretty dreary in the depths of winter and most people think you have to fly far away to escape it. However Mollie’s Bar and Diner allows you and your date to escape by climbing a single flight of stairs. Fans of Enid Blyton’s “The Magic Faraway Tree” will feel right at home as they climb up from the cold, slippery abyss of Smith Street into a summery and welcoming environment. Also both The Magic Faraway Tree and Mollie’s Bar and Diner have a really big tree that is very central to their character.
It’s time to stop playing the dating game on the hardest difficulty, because this fun date idea is your cheat code to a new highscore! Pixel Alley on Smith Street, Melbourne takes what could be just a traditional drink and date at a bar to something much more interesting and unique. Welcome to the barcade, insert coin to begin.
Is there someone you really want to ask out, but you are too scared of taking the risk and seeming a bit crazy? Do you think it is putting 3 trains on the roof of a building crazy? Of course not, so go now and invite them here to see how well something a little crazy can work. At Easey’s in Collingwood you will find what we think is the most fun burger experience in Melbourne. The highlight of course is getting a seat up in one of the train carriages, that boast a surprisingly good view of Melbourne.