Toronto is a big city with an equally big party scene, and it can sometimes feel like if you don't drink, there is nothing to do. If you do feel that way, luckily you couldn't be more wrong! From escape rooms to helicopter rides, there is something for every kind of sober city goer!\nWhat Are You Looking For?\nChill Night Out\nAdventurous Night Out\nOutdoorsy Night Out\nFor a 'chill night out,' click 'Next.'\nChill Night Out\nvia @moinkkkk\nPutting Edge // 9625 Yonge St\nMini putt is underrated AF in general let alone as an option for a fun night out if you don't drink. So grab some friends, channel your inner Rickie Fowler and hit a couple birdies at Putting Edge!\nvia @djdemers\nTheatre Passe Muraille // 16 Ryerson Ave\nThis theatre is great for non drinkers with or without a big budget. The cheap tickets are definitely appealing to people who don't want to shell out a ton on a night out and the shows are alway so much fun! Each week different shows are scheduled and they're all written by playwrights from Toronto!\nvia @craftygeeks\nSecond City Comedy // 51 Mercer St\nA night full of laughs doesn't always need to be paired with alcohol. Head over to Second City to see some of Toronto's hottest home town comedians for a night of fun!\nvia @miss_babita\nBallroom Bowl // 145 John St\nI might be biased, but bowling is the best. Especially at Ballroom Bowl as you get not only a great bowling facility, but a killer patio and dining option if you want to make a night out of it!\nvia @snakesandlattes\nSnakes and Lattes // 489 College St\nLooking for the ultimate chill night? Snakes and Lattes is perfect! Just grab some friends and the only thing you have to worry about is what kind of board game you guys are all going to play!\nFor a 'adventurous night out,' click 'Next.'\nAdventurous Night Out\nvia @shy.dani\nHelitours // Hangar 6 Suit 214\nThese are some serious #views that are perfect for any thrill seeker. While the endeavour comes with a pretty steep price tag, it is definitely a night you won't forget, and you're friends who spent the night at the bar will wish they hadn't missed!\nvia @torontoknifethrowing\nToronto Knife Throwing // 6 Curity Ave\nWant to do something that will get your adrenaline pumping? Go knife throwing! I promise you there is nothing cooler than whipping a knife like you're the lead in an adventure movie.\nvia @kurtmenze\nArchery District // 770 Birchmount Rd\nThe second coolest thing to throwing a knife is working a bow and arrow. If you want an adrenaline rush but feel like the whole knife throwing thing is too small scaled, move onto bigger things (literally) by channeling your inner Katniss at Archery District!\nvia @kaitlynwoodthorpe\niFly Toronto // 2007 Winston Park Dr\nIf you want to feel like you're flying without getting in a plane or helicopter, iFly is the spot to go! So get ready to suit up and have the experience of a lifetime.\nvia @realescapeto\nReal Escape Toronto // 76 Stafford St\nWhile escape rooms definitely don't have the thrill of flying or being in a helicopter, the time constraint definitely gets your adrenaline pumping! Get your friends together over the weekend to try out all of the best in the city to test your escaping skills!\nFor an 'outdoorsy night out,' click 'Next.'\nOutdoorsy Night Out\nvia @freeebird03\nTrinity Bellwoods Park\nPicnics in the park are always an awesome idea, but they don't have to be just for afternoons or dates! Whether it's with your partner or best friends, arrive at the park for the sunset with a picnic of all your favourite foods to eat while enjoying the view!\nvia @alexboyer\nThe Harbourfront\nWhether you are biking, walking or running, the Harbourfront is another great spot to watch the sun set! Plus you can even check out a waterfront restaurant for the perfect dinner to finish the night off!\nvia @cristinadeasischan\nAllan Gardens Conservatory // 19 Horticultural Ave\nWhether you are going for an impromptu photo shoot or to admire the gardens, Allan Gardens is always a great spot to visit. The chilled out vibe will be sure to calm you down after a long week at work or school!\nvia @internationalexperience.by\nKayak The Lake\nWant the perfect spot to watch the sunset go down and the city skyline light up? Go kayaking! Not only is it a great way to make use of the warm weather but you get the perfect seat to see the sun go down and the city's night life wake up!