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8 Unforgettable Toronto Dates That Will Definitely Win Her Over

Make every date like the first.

Are you looking to treat your special someone to the most romantic evening ever, but you're running low on ideas? Don't you worry - in Toronto, there's never a shortage of fun and exciting things to do with your significant other!

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Here are 8 unforgettable Toronto dates that will definitely win her over:

Auberge du Pommier

Garden dinner

Auberge du Pommier is an elegant French restaurant with exquisite food, wines and decor. For a truly romantic time, reserve a spot in their stunning outdoor garden patio, which filled with beautiful flowers and waterfalls.

Mariposa Cruises

Boat cruise

Mariposa Cruises offers scenic tours of the Toronto harbour, private charters, and brunch and dinner cruises. With its fleet of high-quality ships, excellent onboard service and the Toronto skyline in your view, you and your loved one are sure to have a great night out.

David Dunlap Observatory


David Dunlap Observatory offers weather-dependent drop-in events that allow guests to take a peek at the night sky through the largest optical telescope in the country. Drop by for a night of stargazing and finish the night with a stroll on the nearby Weldrick Nightstar Bridge.

The Design Exchange

Art tour

The Design Exchange is Canada's largest museum for design art. Throughout the building, you'll come across eye-catching exhibits by both local and international artists. Consider this the perfect alternative to an Ikea date.

Loft in King West

Airbnb rental

Centennial Park Conservatory

Garden stroll

Centennial Park Conservatory houses 12,000 square feet of rare flowers and tropical plants. Take your significant other on a stroll through its magnificent greenhouses for a truly lovely date.

Scarborough Bluffs


The Scarborough Bluffs offer some of the most breathtaking views in the city. Apply for a picnic permit and light up one of the fire pits in the area so you can get cozy with your date under the stars.

Elmwood Spa

Spa date

The Elmwood Spa is an urban oasis in Toronto that offers relaxing treatments in a zen-inspired environment. Spend a day relaxing in a jacuzzi or getting a five-star spa treatment with your date.

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