Art Gallery Restaurants and Cafes to Visit for an Artsy Romantic Date
The saying goes, “to fall in love is easy, but staying in love is difficult.” Even if you’re staying together or have been married for a long time, going out on regular dates will help keep your relationship on track. Going out on a date is also a good way for couples to talk and spend time together without any distractions like kids or work.
If you’ve been on numerous dates already with your significant other, a little art can bring a new colorful spark to your relationship and meaningful conversations! Art pieces can ignite your creative side and make good conversation starters. If you are up for a creative date with the love of your life, here are some art gallery restaurants and cafes where you can have artsy romantic dates:
Art Circle Café
Address: G/F Ang Bahay ng Alumni Bldg. Magsaysay Ave. UP Campus, Diliman, Quezon City
Photo from Art Circle Cafe Facebook Page
Founded in 2014, Art Circle Café is a hub for people and individuals who want to appreciate and share the value of art and culture. The cafe promotes Philippine art and culture and is even a venue for painting, music, dance, and other arts and culture exhibits and events. When you go out on a date here, you get surrounded by notable works of art and enjoy family favorite comfort food made from locally produced goods.
If you live in a house and lot within Metro Manila, you can conveniently drive or commute to this art gallery cafe.
Sulyap Gallery Café
Address: Cocoland Compound, Barangay Del Remedio, San Pablo City, Laguna
Suppose you’ve just moved into your dream house and lot for sale and are up for a romantic trip to Laguna for a quick getaway. In that case, head over to Sulyap Gallery Cafe. This place has boutique hotels, a restaurant, and a mini gallery featuring Filipino cultural heritage through traditional Filipino cuisine and historical Antillean architecture. Across the cafe is the Sulyap Museum, where you and your significant other can look at antique collections that allow you to take a glimpse of life during the colonial era.
While you’re here, try out their San Pablo native and traditional dishes such as the “kulawo” and “pinayti.”
ArtSector Gallery & Chimney Café 360º
Address: Lot 18 Block 178 Eastridge Executive Village, Tayuman 1940 Binangonan, Rizal
Antonio Leaño, a Filipino Asian Modern & Contemporary painter known for the Pinto Art Museum and owner of the ArtSector Gallery & Chimney Café 360º, intended to build a rest house and studio on this gallery and cafe’s lot. However, with a grand view of Metro Manila and Rizal’s rural and urban landscapes, he saw the place as a great space for art exhibitions. Aside from an art gallery, he included a small cafe so that people could enjoy both natural and man-made works of art over good food and meaningful conversations and silences.
This art gallery cafe displays different art forms, including paintings, sculptures, mixed media, and collages. They offer a good mix of drinks, pizzas, salads, and pasta when it comes to food.
On your next date with your special someone, why not travel to these romantic art cafes and restaurants? Not only will you spend some quality time with your partner, but you’ll also get a chance to marvel at gorgeous works of art and enjoy delicious food!