Be in the mood for something/for doing something - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
be in the mood for something/for doing something
be in the mood for (something)
1. To be interested in something I don't know why, but I'm really in the mood for ice cream today.
2. To want to do something. Dad's just not in the mood to go out to dinner tonight.
be in the mood for something/for doing something,
be in the mood to do something have a strong desire to do something; feel like doing something: I’m in the mood for going out and having a good time. ♢ She said she wasn’t in the mood to dance.