Make your date an afternoon full of baking. Ideal for the health conscious couple, this Better Baking Workshop helmed by chef Vanessa Musi features a lesson in gluten-free pop tarts, muffins, and cookies that have a nutritious twist. As much fun as the baking will be, you and your date can also learn more about how to incorporate delicious, healthy ingredients into your daily cooking. June 17 from 11a.m. to 3 p.m. Chef Vanessa Musi’s Home/Workshop, 2504 Tom Miller St.
For couples who truly embrace the farm-to-table movement, this local gem is giving lovers a chance to dine on their homegrown, all-natural food. The meal will feature fresh produce and unique cocktails that are appropriate for the season, making this a can’t-miss evening for lovebirds on a first evening out looking to try something new. June 20 from 7:30-10 p.m. Alcomar, 1816 S. First St., 512-401-3161
The most exciting and creative way to do dinner on a first date is to do it yourself. And what better way to try out new recipes than under the guidance of a Michelin star-trained chef? The class includes three mouthwatering dishes using We Olive’s products, sure to spice up an average night. Plus, your next date could be the two of you recreating the recipes together at home. June 22 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. We Olive & Wine Bar Austin, 12800 Hill Country Blvd., 512-382-6517
For craft beer lovers, the Beer Camp on Tour fest is ideal for a laid-back first date. Here, you'll find food trucks, hundreds of craft beer selections to try, and live entertainment. And as America’s largest craft beer festival, you can be sure the evening won't disappoint. June 24 from 5-9 p.m. Carson Creek Ranch, 635 Dalton Lane
Enjoy a night of food and fun with your special someone this season at this cozy cheese shop that offers the perfect atmosphere for a first date for gourmands. Expect a night of carefully crafted cheese plates, savory charcuterie boards, and craft chocolates, which you can experience together. June 30. 500 Park Blvd., 512-531-9610