The true essence of Italy's delectable cuisine is only as far away as the romantic Caffé Molise in downtown Salt Lake City. You and your date will revel in the extensive menu selections that echo with Italian tradition that transcends time to bring a truly unforgettable set of tastes to the plate that sits before you.
The lunch menu features everything from pomodori and mozzarella to salads, pastas, and a generous wine selection. And the lasagna is a must-have, as well! Along with lunch menus, there are even deeper selections for dinner like ravioli and shrimp and chicken scampi. The wine list features several vintages that are the perfect accompaniment to your meal. And don't forget to leave room for dessert! Partake of the rich deep Dark Chocolate Cake, the Tiramisu, the cheesecake, or gelato and sorbeto that will end this magnificent meal on the sweetest of notes!
Why not opt for the unique experience of lacing up some ice skates and hitting the ice with your sweetie? At Gallivan Center's Ice Rink, you can have fun on a romantic date whether you skillfully know your way around the rink or you are both tumbling all over each other!
Aside from the fun of ice skating, there are also various open air concerts, a spacious dancing area, and some thought-provoking cement sculptures to admire. The Gallivan Center has been known to keep Salt Lake's cultural heart beating for some time now, so make plans to visit for a date that will be as much fun as it is heartfelt!
The Utah Museum of Fine Arts is a romantic backdrop against which you can share conversation with someone special, whether it's your first date or you have known each other for years.
This sprawling, tastefully laid out museum boasts a collection of more than 15,000 works from all over the world, spanning many styles and periods. The 74,000 square-foot Marcia and John Museum Building features more than 20 galleries that all await your intent gaze and doubtless appreciation. There's also a bookstore, study center, sculpture terrace and Fine Arts Cafe where you and your date can get some coffee and share your impressions of the artistic works that will surround you during this truly unique time together.
Sure there are loud clubs and hole in the wall dives to hear any type of music you can imagine, but why not make the extra effort, reach into your closet for that Sunday best, and enjoy a romantic evening of true classics performed by the Utah Symphony Orchestra?
Not only will you and your date broaden your artistic horizons, but you'll actually find yourself getting lost in these dramatic performances. Among some of the more notable events on the schedule, enjoy Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring directed by Thierry Fischer as well as a Summer Concert Series that's slated for June and July and featuring the assured direction of conductor David Cho. So fill your special evening with music that is just as memorable as the person you're hearing it with!