Most nights Adam and I eat dinner at home, but last night we decided to treat ourselves to a date night in the city. We started off with a walk on The High Line, a park/walkway built on an old New York railroad. The area is quiet, peaceful, architecturally interesting and a really fun place to walk or sit and relax.
When we got hungry, we headed to Chelsea Market, an indoor food hall. Adam spotted a Korean Ramen restaurant and suggested we eat there. I had never had Ramen before, but Adam really likes it so I decided to give it a try. I got a vegan ramen and Adam got the classic. Our dishes came in giant bowls filled to the top with soup, noodles, vegetables and our proteins (mine had tofu, his had meat). I would definitely not suggest getting Ramen on a first date- slurping, noodles hanging out of your mouth, fiddling with chopsticks in one hand and a spoon in the other- it is so much fun but in no way attractive!
We ended the night with a cup of gelato (not as good as Italian gelato, of course!) and headed back home. Even though every meal with Adam can be considered a date, it is still special when we make plans to do something out of the ordinary together.