going out for in a sentence

I’m going out for a pint with the lads.

going out for drinks with the boss is a nightly ritual for many Japanese businessmen.

Do you feel like going out for a walk?

I felt like going out for a walk.

How about going out for a walk?

How about going out for a drink after work?

We’re going out for lunch. Why don’t you come along?

Do you feel like going out for a drive in the country over the weekend?

What about going out for a meal?

How about going out for lunch?

He left a note to the effect that he was going out for lunch.

How about going out for dinner?

How about going out for a walk after dinner?

The storm prevented me from going out for a walk.

What’s the point in going out for a meal if you’re not going to enjoy it?

Early on the morning of August 1, Butler, 29, told his cousin he was going out for cigarettes.

You know how it goes: you’re just going out for a casual meal and soon enough, there’s your tab.

How about going out for lunch?