Kick back a shot to help with the nerves then pick your song and see if you’re a match made in karaoke heaven at this cult favorite Midtown spot.If you’re looking for some weekday tastiness, Glitter rocks pop-up kitchen takeovers on select Thursdays.We're gonna add some extra confidence to your romance game by listing out a whole bunch of cool, affordable stuff to do with whoever actually agreed to go out with you.Whether you’re looking for a cozy first date spot or desperately seeking a way to heat up your current relationship, these foolproof date ideas are sure to light a spark.And while you’re going old-school suburbs with it, you may as well finish the night off with a sundae at Baskin Robbins. The coastal Mexican restaurant’s raw oysters on-the-half-shell are no joke (and are natural aphrodisiacs), but their wood-roasted oysters with chipotle butter are the real winners here. Pick up a B-Cycle at Spotts Park and make your way to Market Square, where you can refuel at one of many bars and restaurants.
Head to the nearby Brazos Bend for a romantic hike and finish it off with a sick stargazing sesh at the onsite George Observatory.
Just play it cool after you get whomped in Local cheesemongers, Houston Dairymaids, offer free cheese tastings whenever they are open, which taste even better when paired with the free booze tastings offered on Saturdays.
Pick out a few varieties then head to Buffalo Bayou park for a picnic under the skyline.
Just be sure to check for closures due to flooding before doing so. The Menil Collection is hands down one of the most prized artscapes in Houston, so go there to stare at some pretty cool walls, get zen at Rothko Chapel, then hop on over to Bistro Menil to take turns sniffing wine and discussing existentialism.
This amazing 87,500-square foot, 25-foot tall underground cistern was built in 1927, but it only recently opened to the public.