Searching for a way to celebrate the season? Look no further than these fall date ideas inspired by your favorite TV shows. The time for all things pumpkin is upon us. ("Pumpkin spice" Google searches even spiked in August!) So get cozy, get spooky, and grab your SO for a perfect Autumn eve.
The latte art scene in Love, Victor is so ridiculously date-worthy. To recreate it, you'll probably need to buy a milk frother, and you'll definitely need to look up a few YouTube tutorials. But before you know it, you'll both be making designs that look exactly like meatballs.
As you know, Gilmore Girls is chock full of caffeine-related jokes. So turn that vibe into a date by — you guessed it! — getting coffee. To make it extra special, go to a family-owned cafe, and then stroll around making witty conversation.
Even though you can't go to a big Halloween party this year, you can certainly create your own at home, inspired by many episodes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Decorate with spooky spiderwebs and lights, consume large amounts of candy corn, and spend the evening watching scary movies.
Inspired by the "Huangsgiving" episode of Fresh Off The Boat, choose a few Thanksgiving recipes to make (twice-baked acorn squash, anyone?) and then spend your date slicing, and dicing, and baking. At best, you'll end up with an amazing meal. At worst, you'll bond over burning the Brussels sprouts.
You probably don't need this suggestion, but just in case, remember that nothing beats staying home and making out, like Rosalind and Harvey in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina — especially when it's cold outside.
While the harvest festival in Parks and Recreation featured a corn maze, merry-go-round, and pony, yours could include apple cider, pumpkin carving, and baking — all cozy things you can do from home.
Inspired by your love of Vampire Diaries (and vampires in general), as well as video chats (since you might not be able to hang out in person, right now) why not set a date to call each other and watch horror movies? It'll be extra scary since you'll both technically be alone.
If you love Gossip Girl, and live in the NYC area, take a (socially distanced) walk through Central Park to celebrate all things fall. Look at the leaves, drink a latte, and cozy up to each other. If you don't live in NYC, simply go to your town's most beautiful spot, and spend the day.
You know how Jan from The Office has a candle-making business? (Of course you do.) Well, nothing screams "fall date" quite like melting wax together. When you're done, light them for a cozy atmosphere, and commence making out.