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Next time you treat your special someone to a night on the town (or a day in the city), forget dinner and a movie and consider some of these unique ideas.For a change from the tried and true bar scene, head to King West and challenge your partner to a friendly game at SPi N, Toronto’s ping pong bar.(444 Dufferin Street.) For a foodie’s dream date, bring your honey to the St.Lawrence Market and graze your way through its charming bakeries, cheese shops, butchers and artisans while soaking up the charm of this iconic 200-year-old Victorian marketplace.
It could be amazing; it could be completely hellish — you won’t know until you go! It’ll cheer up your (or their) apartment, give you a visual reminder of them (assuming the date goes well), & maybe you could even go ice-skating afterwards. The Sunday New York Times crossword date Bonus: intellectual stimulation, nerd points & you get to find out how clever they really are, all in one fell swoop. Older people, I have learned, sometimes feel motion sick on swings. A drive-in movie I admit, this one seems ultra-cool to me just because I’ve never done it & I am in love with Danny Zucco from here until eternity. Plus, people will come up to you & say, “Cute dog”, & you can beam at each other like proud parents. Plus, usually in my experience, a day-glo private room & weird drinks are part of the package. Collaborative art date Get a canvas or even just a big piece of paper, some paint, pencils or pastels, & go nuts.
But here’s the kicker — dinner & a movie is totally played out.
You’re interesting, they’re interesting — surely that’s not the best you can come up with!
After your match, grab a drink while soaking up some live music, or continue your night at one of King West’s many lively bars and pubs.
(461 King Street West.) If you’re looking for a totally unique, totally Toronto experience to bring you closer to your special someone – or if you’re just a couple of adrenaline junkies – then the CN Tower’s Edgewalk is a fun way to get your fix. (301 Front Street West.) For a date night that’ll make you and yours SO feel like kids again, look no further than Pursuit OCR: climb, clamber and wind your way through its 10,000-square-foot obstacle course then grab your date by the hand and make a splash in Toronto’s only adult ball pit.