Originally Answered: Date ideas in the District
I love Marrakesh restaurant it's expensive and the food is great but if youre serious about the person-I say it's great. They have a belly dancing show during dinner where they turn off the lights. You sit
on pillows w/a low Morroccan table. Here's the link
(New York Ave)
Bucca de Pepe in Dupont-Make a reservation to eat/be seated in thee kitchen and watch your meal being cooked! This is so fun Order dessert and they sing!
I also liked Rosa Mexicano-you can get your host to made homemage guacomole at your table
Lucky Strike bowling alley-gallery place-you can eat there or at one of the neighboring places.
Chinatown-tons of places to eat-there's a movie theatre and bowling alley
American City Diner-watch black and white movie while eating American food
Blair Mansion-it's on the DC/Silver Spring line
Murder Mystery Dinner
Jackie's in Silver Spring would also be fun-it's modern american but the place is funky.
Franklin F. Chow, 202-265-5651
26th year. Demonstration/participation. Cantonese cooking, including preparation of steamed and stir-fried main dishes. , Saturdays, 2-5 1851 Columbia Rd. NW, Apt. 501, Washington, D.C. 20009-5104.
I watched this on Fox news:
Zannizabar on the Waterfront does dance classes call to see what night.
Zanzibar On the Waterfront
700 Water St SW
Washington, DC 20024
Washingtonpost.com has a long list of cooking classes-I had trouble copying the page.