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Coming up with an original plan for date night isn’t easy, especially if your palate and preferences sometimes differ from your partner’s. To help out, we’ve designed the ultimate date night for you and a friend, from dinner and entertainment to wind-down drinks … with a little golf.
Start your night with dinner at Andrew McConnell’s Supernormal to the value of $250. The Asian-fusion menu, which blends Japanese, Chinese and Korean fare, offers innovative fare for the adventurous half of the date, while also bringing classics like prawn and chicken dumplings and lobster rolls.
Belly full, head to Village Cinemas Crown with a Double Pass to see the new Judd Apatow-produced comedy, The Big Sick, a quirky story of a couple navigating their differences in an unlikely relationship. A food and drink voucher to the value of $60 will cover snacks and drinks.
Cap off the evening with a cocktail on the neon-lit greens of Holey Moley Golf Club - part-novelty bar, part mini-golf course. With your $200 bar tab you can opt for swishing an Old Fashioned or Negroni in your cup while lining up your putt, or gorge on pizza and watch your date try and navigate the 27 holes of the oddball course.
The Date Night with a Difference happens on Thursday 17 August. Entries close at 11am on Monday 14 August, enter below for your chance to win.
This article is produced by Broadsheet in partnership with The Big Sick, a new comedy from Roadshow Films. Produced by Judd Apatow and starring Kumail Nanjiani, Zoe Kazan, Holly Hunter and Ray Ramano, The Big Sick is a whip-smart love story about an unlikely couple plunging into a new relationship. View session times near you.