Choose from a trio of games, including the latest, King of Bootleggers, which takes players through the tunnel beneath Toronto’s castle and into a secret 1920s speakeasy.
Play some games, eat too much cotton candy, and take a trip on both the ferris wheel Zoos and aquariums are fun options for dates when you want a creative setting—enjoy some light banter under the calming blue lights of an aquarium or trade stories as you take in all of the sights and sounds of the wildlife.
A local dive-bar can provide a lot more entertainment than a stuffy cocktail joint. Or,when that gets old, you can always play a game of foosball or darts.
You don't have to go to an all-out amusement park with roller coasters to have fun.
Carnivals are one of those timeless traditions that feel just as exciting on screen as they do in real life.
Galleries are great events for dates because there's usually not an entry free and you can score a glass of wine.
Plus, the surrounding photos and art will provide instant conversation cues to transcend basic small talk.
Skate (and dance) under the stars Going skating with your sweetheart is the most clichéd winter date for a reason: it’s romantic, cozy and fun.
Head over to Harbourfront Centre’s DJ Skate Nights for a enjoyable twist on the sport. Cost: Free Make a game of it around town An outing to a local board game cafe is cheaper than a long night at the bar and is a great option for curbing those awkward silences when you’re still getting to know each other.
Cost: Tickets are to in advance and the first 500 people through the gates get a free toque.