Tulsa's Top 5 Fall Date Ideas
Take advantage of the romantic Fall season! The Ambiance team scoured Tulsa looking for the best Fall events and activities for your date night. Read on and start planning!
Grab your date and head to the Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa! The festival is patterned after Oktoberfest Munich located in Bavaria, Germany and will be celebrating all things authentic to the Bavarian culture right here in the heart of Oklahoma. Experience live music, authentic German bier, German food such as brats, sausages, and schnitzel, and competitions including the Bier Barrel Race and the MassKrug Relay Race! Open or more information, visit http://tulsaoktoberfest.org.
2. Pumpkin Town
Spend the afternoon in Pumpkin Town getting lost in the 5 acre corn maze, zipping down the mountain slide, pelting your date in paintball, or channeling your inner-child on the giant jumping pillow! For the full experience, you can even rent a campfire site. Just don't forget to pick out the perfect pumpkin so you can take on the challenge of baking a pumpkin pie totally from scratch: visit PickYourOwn.org for the recipe. For more information, visit http://www.pumpkintownok.com.
3. Learn To Cook
Take a class from The Girl Can Cook! Cooking Studio & Kitchen located right in Broken Arrow. Their classes are recreational, meaning, they teach people how to enjoy cooking at home. Visit their Class Calendar, choose your class, and sign up. You'll receive an email reminder a day or two before your class. They provide everything else in their spacious kitchen studio.
4. Make Mulled Wine Or Hot Toddies
There's nothing better than a warm cup of mulled wine or a hot toddy when the cool weather of Fall arrives. Trying a new recipe with your date is a great way to learn or improve a skill together, enriching your bond and giving you lots to talk about. Furthermore, coinciding a date with an activity allows for a more relaxed state in which to converse since both people are actively involved in performing a task together.
5. The White Lion
The White Lion has been labeled the best British pub and restaurant in Oklahoma and for good reason. The menu is purely authentic, not surprisingly as Betty the landlady and dab hand in the kitchen, is a native Liverpudlian. As one would expect there are plenty of British and Irish beers on tap, including Boddingtons, John Smiths, Old Speckled Hen, Beamish, Harp, and Guinness to name a few. The pub has plenty of character and the small rooms allow for an intimate setting for your date.