All around town
Kale rarely breaks the bank, so hit your neighborhood’s farmers market and grab a few nice vegetables and maybe some bread and cheese to put together a simple supper for you and your new friend. Just steer clear of the meat as it tends to get pricey!
You could actually each get your own small sandwich, if you’re that type, from Seattle’s most famous sandwich shop. But it’s far more romantic if you split one of the giant, messy beasts for which the place is known: the porchetta or grilled lamb (get a few extra meatballs at $2.50 each, if you think you’ll still be hungry). Walk a few blocks to eat at Waterfall Garden Park and pretend you’re eating anywhere that isn’t Pioneer Square.
Go for the gold… or just for the exercise
Weekday rates at the Sno-King Ice Arenas mean that you can twirl each other about as you show off your Olympic level skating skills -- or compete for the gold medal in best wipeout on the ice.