8 NYC Places To Tell Someone You Love Them
For the first time, or the millionth time.
Not knowing stuff is something we all deal with, at varying frequency and times of day. It could be something to do with work, your health, or it could be that pop culture reference you definitely did not recognize but laughed at anyways.
Not knowing is a stressful aspect of life. But (silver lining coming), it makes finally knowing all the more satisfying and beautiful. I’m a firm believer that we can all get to know the stuff we don’t know by asking questions, doing research, reading (crazy, I know). But, there’s something about knowing easily and without thought that is really the magical part of existing. And that knowing usually comes with human-to-human connection.
Probably one of the most infuriating cliches of all time is “you know when you know” when it comes to matters of the heart. Infuriating, because we’ve all been with people who we wanted to say that about, but really, in good conscience, could not. And the total opposite of infuriating when we are with the right person, and we do know. As the annoyingly-positive voice on the tape in the episode entitled “Luke Can See Her Face” of Gilmore Girls so masterfully put it:
“Whose phone calls or visits are never unwanted or too long? Do you see their face? When you're in pain, who would you most like to comfort you? Do you see their face? When something wonderful happens in your life, who do you want to share the news with? Do you see their face? Whose face appears to you, my friend? Whose face?”
Ten years later, these questions are the gifts that keep on giving. Ask yourself, and know. And so to my person, I just want to say, sometimes idk, but all the time, I know about you. That’s a lot of commas, a lot of truth, and a lot of love right there. Share this with the one you know about.
This is our round-up of the most romantic places in New York City to let your love flag fly high, in no particular order. Also, maybe just tell them in the morning over coffee. That's a perfect way, too.