Coffeetable Romantic Interlude

Who says you need a tablecloth, or even a table to have a romantic dinner?

Pickup or have takeout food delivered. Whether Chinese, India, Mexican or Italian, have someone else make dinner for you to eat at home.

Light candles, if you’d like, and eat dinner – at the coffee table.

Here’s what makes this a great Romantic Interlude.

  • It’s informal, relaxing.
  • It’s unusual and fun.
  • It’s more intimate.

Eating at a coffee table leaves everyone less anxious about having the “right” food for the Interlude. The laidback atmosphere allows for easygoing conversation. And the bizarreness leads to more laughter.

Be adventurous.  Create a memorable evening for the two of you.

Robert, a hopeless romantic

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