A walk along the Brooklyn Bridge can be a low-stress way to get to know your date.
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Live out your Nicolas Sparks fantasies in Central Park.
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Rent a rowboat and reward yourself with a sorbet at The Loeb Boathouse Central Park.
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Impress your date with an encylodedic knowledge of Umberto Boccioni and other modernist masters at MoMA.
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MoMA's white walls offer a blank slate for initiating conversations on various topics—love life included.
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When Peter Parker can't catch the F train back to Queens, he sometimes settles for the Roosevelt Island Tram, especially when his girlfriend is kidnapped by the Green Goblin.
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In New York, locals might judge you based on where you get a slice. Don't worry: Grimaldi's will give you the street cred you deserve.
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Get a bird's eye view of New York with a romantic helicopter tour of the metropolis. It's like a Woody Allen movie, from above.
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