10 Budget Friendly Girls Night Out Ideas In Toronto

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10 Budget Friendly Girls Night Out Ideas In Toronto

Friday night is just around the corner and I think we are all due for a girls night out! There is nothing better than kicking off the weekend with your besties, painting the town red!

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Round up the troops, this is going to be a good one! Going out in Toronto can definitely add up in costs, with all the food, drinks, and oh yeah all the uber rides. Here are a few budget-friendly girls night out ideas for everyone who doesn't want to put a big dent in their wallets. 

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1. Beach Day

Hanlan's Point Beach // Lakeshore Ave, Toronto

Home of Toronto's ONLY NUDE BEACH!! Hanlan's Point is a wonderful spot to watch the sunset with your friends. Bringing you closer to nature and wildlife. Packing a couple of drinks and sandwiches makes this spot super affordable!

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2. Wine and Dine

Sip Wine Bar //  2 Broadway Ave, Toronto

Is it a coincidence that "bar" and "bae" are only one letter off ... I don't think so. Sip Wine Bar is a true Italian restaurant, serving everything from pizza to wine! Super affordable especially if you're splitting the cost with your bestie.

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3. Escape Rooms

Mysterious Minds Escape Rooms // 322 Bloor Street West, 3rd Floor - Suite A, Toronto

For all the escape room thrill seekers. With constantly changing rooms, no two experiences at Mysterious Minds Escape Rooms is ever the same! And only $20 each!! A perfect spot for a night of affordable fun!

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4. Tourist For The Day

City Sightseeing // 249 Queens Quay W, Toronto

BUS TOURS!! It will run you about 30 bucks if you book online with a valid student ID, but it is completely worth it! You might even learn something about the city you never knew before.

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5. Pretend To Have a Bachelorette Party 

Bare with me on this one. I know this may seem strange, but I promise this will be an experience of a lifetime! Designate one friend as the "Bride" and everyone can be the "Bridesmaids" Complete the night off with a list of tasks to complete by the end of the night along with a list of shots that everyone needs to do.

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6. Board Games and Booze

Lipstick & Dynamite // 992 Queen St W, Toronto

Who can pass up any activity that allows you to drink as well? Lipstick & Dynamite has a good list of craft beers and a few big piles of board games.

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7. Road Trip

Scarborough Bluffs // 61 Under Cliff Dr, Scarborough

A road trip is always a good time! A long drive with music, snacks and of course amazing company. Scarbrough Bluffs is an amazing destination that makes the long drive worth it.

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8. Bowling ... and Drinks of course 

The Ballroom Bowl // 145 John St, Toronto

FREE BOWLING ON SUNDAYS! Yup, that's right! The Ballroom Bowl offers free bowling on Sundays, all you have to do is pay for rental shoes. Meaning you can save more money for drinks.

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9. Burlesque

Toronto School of Burlesque // 160 Spadina Ave, Toronto

Unleash your inner diva! Perfect for bachelorette parties or even just a regular night out with the girls! The Toronto School of Burlesque offers drop-in classes for only $20!

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10. Theme Bars

Shameful Tiki Room // 1378 Queen St W, Toronto

Their volcano bowl is $40 and is meant to be shared between four people! And they have over bowls starting from $20. Super affordable and the perfect conversation starter between the group!

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