As the cold weather rolls in, it can be hard to find new things to do with your loved one. This is where we step in. This Thanksgiving, break out the sweaters and show your gratitude with these romantic date ideas.
Cook an Extravagant Thanksgiving Meal
What is more romantic than cooking a turkey, mashed potatoes, and cranberry sauce with your significant other? Get into the spirit of the holiday with this cute date idea. Make it extra romantic with a candlelit dinner when you’re done!
Relax and Unwind with a Couples Massage
The pressure of meeting each other’s family can be stressful on Thanksgiving. Take this opportunity to relax with a couples massage at a luxurious spa. It will rejuvenate you both and prepare you for a delicious Thanksgiving meal with extended family.
Have a Movie Marathon
Spend your time off work or school cuddled up with a few good movies with your loved one. We recommend The House of Yes, Alice’s Restaurant, or A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving. If you want to get into the holiday spirit instead, Home Alone is always a classic!
Give Back to the Community
Spend this Thanksgiving helping out those in need by volunteering. Sign up for Feeding NYC, where you can assist in preparing, packaging, and delivering holiday feasts to thousands of families in need. It will make you appreciate everything you have and bring you closer together.
Check out the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade
Thanksgiving in New York City is a whole other experience. This year, become a tourist in the city by visiting the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade with your significant other. Enjoy the excitement with giant balloons, floats, and marching bands. Talk about romantic!
Decorate for the Holidays
If you don’t want to cook or watch movies, spend Thanksgiving Day decorating for the next best thing – the holidays! Hang up lights around the house and add ornaments to the tree for a truly unique date idea with your significant other.
The Avec family would like to wish you and yours a very Happy Thanksgiving! To download our app and find someone to share these special Thanksgiving memories with, click here.