Romantic doesn’t mean doing the same thing every Friday night. We know this, yet sometimes we forget. Toronto can have such extremes in temperature that we can make avoiding the elements a full time occupation. Going out to find a romantic activity can easily fall to the wayside when we can choose to snuggle under a giant down comforter. Snuggling for the win.
The comforter will always be available when we need it, but every once in awhile we really should put pants on (although not too often, as pants off time together is crucial too). Try out one of our romantic, pants-required picks for your next date night. If it is the middle of winter, consider ice skating mitten to mitten at Nathan Phillips Square. If it the heat of summer, tie a ribbon in your hair like Sandy and rev up your Greased Lightening to go to Polson Pier Drive In Movie Theatre. Other choices can be enjoyed year-round, such as board games at Snakes and Lattes, or a dinner in the dark at O Noir (perfect for those days that you aren’t feeling like your most attractive self). Or enjoy the softening effect of candlelight at the high-end Jazz Bistro and play footsy to a live soundtrack.
Toronto is a giant city that offers so much choice that sometimes it can get exhausting to do the choosing. 10 Best has done the legwork. Choose a number, make a reservation and take all the credit. We won’t breathe a word.
This drive-in movie theatre is a must during the fleeting summer months in Toronto. By day, the same space is used as a driving range. By 9pm, it becomes available for back to back movies with sound streaming through an FM station that listen to… Read More
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The picture we have chosen for ONoir is deceiving. It makes you believe that soft candlelight flickers across the restaurant. Indeed, you will be eating in the darkest room you have ever been in. This restaurant is no gimmick. It is meant to… Read More
What a little moonlight can do (and a little candlelight). If you need a place to talk and listen and enjoy the finer things in life, Jazz Bistro is for you and your beloved. Jazz musician J. J. Johnson said, “Jazz is restless. It won’t stay put… Read More
It is one thing to connect with your romantic partner. It is quite another to feel more connected with the universe. Just a 30 minute drive out of Toronto offers you access to a world beyond the city. The David Dunlop Observatory is a large… Read More