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Gray & Dudley

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When you plan a date, sometimes you want to do more than just have dinner or get drinks. For instance, seeing a movie is perfect for when you don’t feel like talking and bowling is a good opportunity to show off how “athletic” you are. But a museum trip is a great option for something in the middle, which is why we like Gray & Dudley, located inside the 21c Museum Hotel. This downtown, all-day restaurant serves seasonal Southern food and has a great selection of wine and cocktails. After dinner, or breakfast if you’re the rare morning date person, take a trip around the three floors of galleries located above the restaurant and discuss with your date how neither of you knows anything about contemporary art.

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