Don’t be thrown off when your date lets you know that you’re going to the “Four Seasons” that evening, I promise you it’s only a little bit different than the hotel chain.
Beware that Four Seasons is on the smaller side and it may get a little difficult to socialize, but their pork-fried rice definitely makes up for it.
They have some funky tapas worth trying, my favorite being the macaroni and cheese.If you’re not in the mood for food, the dance floor is continuously the go to spot to be *social* with the DJ throwing in some good throwbacks here and there.It’s no Caesar’s Palace, but the crowd ranges from 18 to 80 year olds, so enjoy the change of scenery, keep your date close, and try to know at least some of the rules of Blackjack before you play.Even though it’s legal for those 18 and over to gamble, I would highly suggest you don’t go overboard.Don’t worry ladies, they have a great elevated surface!
You can always count on a vineyard–with its rolling hills, fresh air, and its classic “wine tour” Instagram backdrop–for an unforgettable time.However, Moonies is good vibes which is why it’s high up on the list.So, sit back, relax, and enjoy a cool, fun, and low maintenance time with your date.Lucky for us, upstate New York is chock full of great ones–but chances are the only one you’ll go to is Catherine Valley. They may be a tad confused on why 60 college kids have showed up to a winery for approximately the entire day, but just act like a real adult and you’ll be fine.Make sure your date buys you a lot of cheese and a good tasting bottle of wine. This indoor mini-golf course is fun-filled with neon and fluorescent lighting, twists and turns, and a bounce house at the end (but warning: it may be deflated).