And if Foonzo isn't your jam, you can always compete video game-style at any of these Montreal bars.
More info spot for birthdays when you were eight is now a pretty legit date spot for you and your SO.
Grab a few beers at a nearby bar, trash talk a bit, then let the lasers fly as you try to beat each others score.
Or, you know, you could work as a team, if you actually want to cooperate.
Outdoor concerts are low-pressure, laid-back, and the perfect opportunity to talk as much -- or as little -- as you want.
Headliners this summer include Drive-By Truckers, Hurray for the Riff Raff, and Lady Wray.
Remember when you and your partner used to go on date nights?
It used to be so easy -- and now it all seems like a distant memory.
Instead of any old biking excursion, rent a tandem bicycle for a chance to get in sync, practice teamwork, and yes, get some exercise in too. Instead of sipping cocktails on a Saturday night, why not do it over eggs, French toast, and sunshine on a Saturday afternoon? We may have watched Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze classic “Ghost” one too many times, but there’s something utterly romantic about getting a little messy and creating pottery together as a couple.
Get out of the dinner-and-a-movie dating rut and try out these romantic date ideas instead.
From the flirtatious to the fun, here are 14 dates to try in Toronto –whether it’s your first or your 50th.
For the not-so-musically-inclined, hit Movieoke at The Whistler on the first Monday of every month, where instead of song lyrics, you'll be quoting your favorite movie scenes on stage.
Just stay away from anything from Grab a blanket, pack some snacks, bring a bottle of wine, and kick back on the lawn.
Not all romantic dates have to involve grand gestures, or a lot of money—they just require a little creativity.