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15 Double Date Ideas In Toronto That Every Couple Will Definitely Enjoy

Calling all BFF couples! If you and your significant other are also super close with another couple, this is the list for you. Double dating can be hard. It's difficult to find activities that everyone enjoys that aren't boring. 


What kind of double date do you want? Fun filled dinner? Something active? Chill? Whatever you want - we got it. Scroll down for a complete list of cool double date ideas. 

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Canoe // 66 Wellington St W

What's better than a killer view and some great company? This romantic restaurant is the perfect place for an intimate and fun double date.

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La Palette // 492 Queen St W

This French restaurant has a super fun atmosphere and delicious comfort food. A Queen West favourite, and the perfect spot to hang out with another couple.

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Leña Restaurante // 176 Yonge St

This 1920's inspired restaurant is super old school. But current enough for a fun dinner with another couple you love almost as much as your significant other.

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PIANO PIANO // 88 Harbord St

The incredible decor of this spot will bring you and your dates to another world! And the food is pretty amazing too.

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Pursuit OCR // 444 Dufferin St.

You and your date can challenge the other couple to an obstacle course! Loser buys dinner for the squad.

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Scarborough Bluffs // 61 Under Cliff Dr

Take a hike at the bluffs with your significant other and another couple! Hiking with more people is definitely more fun, and you can get someone to takes pictures for you at the lookout.

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Hanlan's Point Beach // Lakeshore Ave

There's plenty of ideas to do at the beach! Make a picnic and hangout as friends or grab some kayaks and explore with your significant other and your friends!

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Toronto Island // 9 Queen's Quay W

There's literally so much to do on the island. You can have a picnic, explore the grounds of visit the beach. Check it out today!

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Chill Dates

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Kensington Market's Pedestrian Sunday // Kensington Market

Pedestrian Sunday is the best chill date around. You can wonder the streets and stop into the local thrift shops and restaurants.

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Absolute Comedy // 2335 Yonge St. Toronto

Don't know the other couple that well? Find out about them ASAP and see what their sense of humour is like.

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Trinity Bellwoods Park // 790 Queen St West 

Trinity Bellwoods is one of the coolest parks in the city. Grab your date, another couple you like and spend the afternoon chilling in the park.

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Cheap Dates

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The Drake Hotel // 1150 Queen St. West

Trivia Night is the best with another couple! Form a team and beat all the competition. Cover is only $2!

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Royal Ontario Museum // 100 Queen's Park

Free to post secondary students on Tuesdays, this is the perfect double date. Something for everyone!

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Nathan Phillips Square // 100 Queen St. W

Nathan Phillip's Square is the best Toronto spot. Take turn taking pictures of each other in front of the Toronto sign!

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Allan Garden's Conservatory // 19 Horticultural Ave

If you and all your dates like plants, this is the perfect spot! Take time to embrace the nature and chill.

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