Dating ideas toronto
Revisiting the classics — When was the last time you played Guess Who? (It’s also a great double-date spot, as four-player games are often the most fun.) The Ballroom is a one-stop date spot: bowling, dinner and drinks in one.
Stroll through the zoogeographic regions — take a break on the benches by the orangutans — pet the manatees, visit with the kangaroos, and swoon over the baby polar bear. Bundle up and ice-skate outside city hall at Nathan Phillips Square before heading indoors for a warm beverage, perhaps at The Drake Hotel of Ceili Cottage: both bars have year-round patios, complete with bonfires and roasted marshmallows.
Shop for ingredients together, then spend the night in and cook your own romantic meal. Toronto hosts comedy shows — it’s home to world-famous comedy troupe Second City — poetry slams, concerts, touring Broadway shows, operas, one-act plays, seminars, festivals and galas on a weekly basis.
If you’re not super-confident in the kitchen, take a cooking class together. Lawrence Market Kitchen offers its Cruda Café Cooking Class. The arts scene in Toronto is alive and well; be on the lookout for unique date ideas at both hole-in-the-wall venues and concert halls alike.
In the summer months, catch outdoor screenings of classics on the Harbourfront.
In September, line up for a star-studded premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Whether you’re new to Toronto or just out of ideas, here are some fun date suggestions for couples in the T-Dot. Besides having a decent transit system, Toronto is a fairly walkable city.