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704.887.4944 can make it even more chic with sparkling lemonade as a mixer for your pinot grigio. It's simple and delicious. Make sure that someone is in charge of bringing ice and glasses or cups. Romantic Date Night If you've been looking for a date night idea that goes beyond dinner and a movie, a picnic is the perfect solution. With long days and warm evenings, you and your date can watch the sunset together from your picnic spot. Pick the location ahead of time based on crowds and other events that may already be scheduled. You and your date can stop by the grocery store or deli on the way to your destination and select your favorite picnic foods. Cold pasta salad, charcuterie, cheese, fruit, wine, and desserts that are portable, such as cannoli, are efortless options that also make for a fun night. Pack the blanket to sit on and an extra blanket in case it gets chilly when the sun goes down. Bring utensils, a wine opener, plates, napkins and glasses. Create your favorite playlist on Spotify to add a personal touch, and pack a Bluetooth speaker to enhance the sound and ambiance. ■ continued from page 39 Hair Loss or Thinning? Headline Studio, LLC 7928 Council Palace, Suite 104 Matthews, NC 28105 704.841.1993 | • Premium non-surgical hair loss replacement • High quality human hair, wigs, and eyebrows • Private rooms to ensure discretion • Warm, friendly staff • Complimentary/confi dential consultations Providing Customer Sat sfact on Since 1993 RECEIVE $ 100 OFF YOUR FIRST PURCHASE WHEN YOU MENTION THIS AD Picking up favorite picnic foods from a deli or grocery store can be part of the date night together. Opposite: Change up the typical date night by venturing outdoors for a relaxing meal. BALLANTYNE MAGAZINE 43 SUMMER 2016

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