It's almost time to say goodbye to 2020, and after the year it's been, that's something worth celebrating.
While you may not be able to celebrate in all the traditional ways, these Toronto New Year's date ideas will add some romance to your evening.
You and your loved one can ring in 2021 together in some unique ways that don't break the rules.
You can even add some extra sparkle to your bubbly with some champagne glitter bombs.
Start the New Year off in the most romantic way with these activities.
Get Some Festive Food At A Twinkling Market
Price: Free admission
When: Until January 3, 2021
Address: 621 Richmond St., Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: Enjoy some unique treats like candy cane churros at Sweaters N' Snowflakes holiday market. The twinkling lights and tunnels create a dazzling romantic atmosphere.
Watch The CN Tower Light Up
When: 11:58 p.m., December 31, 2020
Why You Need To Go: Watch the CN Tower glow with colours to celebrate the start of 2021.
Indulge In Fondue
Address: Various locations
Why You Need To Go: Cacao 70 has all sorts of chocolate fondues to share with your loved one available on UberEats. It's the sweetest way to start the New Year.
Make A Restaurant-Worthy Meal
Address: 101 Portland St., Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: Take a little trip to Italy with Gusto 101's meal kits. You can make your very own restaurant-worthy dish together, and then sit down for a candlelit meal.
Explore A Dazzling Village
When: Until December 31, 2020
Address: Bloor-Yorkville, Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: Bloor-Yorkville's Holiday Magic has streets filled with twinkling displays and lights. It's the perfect place for some New Year's romance.
Go On A Chocolate-Filled Date
Address: 126 Cumberland St., Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: S'cream Ice Cream + Coffee has deliciously rich hot chocolate to-go that will warm your hearts on New Year's Eve.
Add Some Extra Sparkle To Your Bubbly
Address: 1970 Avenue Rd., Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: The Rolling Pin is selling Glitter Bombs for New Year's Eve. Pop one in your champagne and watch it explode with sparkling colour!
Look Back On What A Year It's Been
When: Until May 1, 2021
Address: 235 Queens Quay W., Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: You can explore a giant outdoor gallery documenting life during the pandemic at Toronto's waterfront.