Take the Subway to Williamsburg ( for 2, round trip) on Saturday and check out the wares at Brooklyn Flea plus use the remaining for food/drink from Smorgasburg vendors.11.
Since early Fall weather is probably my favorite time of year in the city I've been feeling more excited than ever to get out there and get creative come date night (or day) - and naturally, to take you along for the ride.
Whether you live here, are planning a visit, or just want to take some notes that may be applied to your own city/town - keep reading to see 20 of my best NYC date ideas under . Rent a Citi Bike (.95 per person for a 24 hour pass) and explore the city - there is a 6 mile loop in Central Park that is beautiful or the Promenades along the East and West sides of the city offer stunning river views.2.
Trade dinner and a movie for breakfast and a matinee - 2 true New York bagels (Tal on the Upper East Side is a favorite) will run you around .
And the Loews Orpheum nearby plays classic films for just a tickets at 2 pm on Sundays in the Fall.3.
Get a little competitive at Spin NY where renting a ping pong table (and endless balls) for a half an hour will cost you . Indulge your sweet tooth by stopping by one of the cities best candy shops and filling up on your favorite nostalgic treats - Dylan's Candy Bar is like the Willy Wonka of the Upper East Side.8.
Go window shopping along Fifth Avenue - even if you don't go into the stores the window displays (Bergdorfs especially) are works of art.9.
A lot of things can be said about the New York dating scene (mainly that it's pretty tough out there and also, that dates aren't cheap!), but if you're lucky enough to snag someone I've learned that there are plenty of great things you can enjoy together on a budget.