Plus, you can bring your own blanket, food, and drink, and you don't have to worry about cell phones or your cousin Tevin whisper-talking through the final scene and distracting you.
If you don’t mind a walk, throw on some sneaks and assemble for one of historian Jimmy Ogle’s regular walking tours.
For something a little different, you could always spend a night under the stars… It boasts a space that includes 145 fixed seats and a screen area of almost 4,000 square feet, which makes it the largest projection screen in the city.
If you’re down for an easy hike, hit up the old growth forest at Overton Park.
Browse the shelves and discuss sweeping works of great literature, then cozy up in the space’s new cafe/restaurant, Libro.
It's helmed by Sabine Bachmann who grew up in Germany and brings a romantic European sensibility to the spot.
Stax is a landmark: a monument to the soul legacy of Memphis’ Stax record label.
It's a more inviting space in the heart of the city where you and a date can take in a show, like February’s upcoming "Small Places." There will also be a collection of three world premieres to close out Ballet Memphis’ newest original series.Cheer on Memphis’ home team at Fed Ex Forum, where you can grab food from local vendors like Rock'n Dough and Memphis Burrito Co., as well as catch the infamous Grizzlies Grannies and Grandpas Dance Team who performs at halftime.At the very least, you'll leave with something to talk about if the Grizzlies brick it.Your carriage will convey the two of you past landmarks and picturesque Downtown sites while a knowledgeable guide regales you with stories about Memphis history and lore.Music junkies can combine an appreciation of local culture and the city’s musical heritage with a date to museums that offer a look at the tunes and songsmiths who’ve made Memphis a music town.