I wrote "outside" and it was accepted. Does this actually mean "eat out" (that is, not at home but in a restaurant) or "eat outside" as in "on the balcony"? Grazie!
Some questions accept "outside" and others accept "out". I'm not sure if that's just the way Italian is or the Duolingo programs is missing?
"Is it good if we go out to eat tonight?"
I think this probably means both but more likely relates to going out to a restaurant etc.. So you would qualify where you intended to eat. Nel ristorante più costoso o sul balcone. (Expensive or cheap (but maybe equally romantic!) option)