Dating topics to go
Now that you've cleared the awkward small talk of a first date, there's room to get creative on the second.
Yes, you *could* play it safe and opt for a traditional dinner.
And if you know a local barcade, you can sling back some IPAs at the same time.
You don't have to Netflix-and-chill on Date #2, but you can set up a cozy movie night that guarantees you some privacy.
Though this could get incredibly awkward (falling into the water, unnecessary feet-touching, etc.), kayaking *is* the perfect opportunity to test out his or her teamwork skills.
If you end up on the complete opposite side of your destination, you know what to do.
This one's not for those who get easily embarrassed, but if you let your adventurous side come out, it's guaranteed to be a fun time.
Wind blowing in your hair plus picturesque views of the skyline are the ideal mood-setters for a date.
Take a ferry or water taxi to an unexplored part of your city if you want to make it a longer day trip.
Summer is ripe for yard sales and outdoor flea markets.
If you both have a bug for finding cheap records or furniture, take a walk around your neighborhood for the latest sidewalk sales or peruse the odds and ends at a nearby market.