Do you find it inconvenient to lug around a giant basket for a picnic for two? Then you'll love stowing your edible goods in this stylish backpack designed specifically for those times when you are planning an intimate picnic with your sweetie.
Whether you settle down on the beach or over a grassy knoll, this insulated backpack will keep your food fresh and your wine cool. An exterior pocket keeps all picnic essentials for two in place: plates, utensils, cups and napkins, and a wine key.
There is also a cell phone pocket conveniently located on the backpack strap. The cherry on top are the exterior mesh pockets on the back and on the side where you can stash a bottle of wine and other indispensable picnic utensils.
The picnic backpack for two retails for just $40 and is sold here. Once you get a hold of your very own backpack, take it for a spin with these gourmet picnic food ideas.
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