Today, 09:10 AM
2 hours without nursing is a long time for a 2 week-old baby, particularly in the evening when a lot of babies are cluster feeding. (Cluster feeding: many closely spaced, small feedings, often interspersed with bouts of fussiness.) The next time you want to go out, I suggest taking your baby and sitter with you. You and your husband have a nice dinner, and grandma walks the baby around in a stroller or carries her in a sling, and brings the baby to you to nurse if necessary. (If you need tips on nursing in public, let us know. It can be challenging with very young babies, but it's doable!)
For the future, I am a big fan of something we call "adult dinner". After the kids go to bed, my husband and I have a candlelit dinner with lots of yummy, pre-prepared stuff we pick up at the fancy grocery store. And wine, lots of wine! ;) Minimal clean-up, and it's cheaper than a restaurant. With a new baby, you can take the same approach mentioned above- grandma cares for the baby nearby for an hour or two, while you and your husband linger over your fancy-shmancy dinner in the comfort of your own home.