Has your romantic life been a little blah thanks to COVID-19? Look we get it. With everyone stuck at home, it can be hard to find that spark and even harder to find safe date spots in Toronto. Well, lucky for us the world is slowly starting to reopen. This means that the hopeless romantic in you might finally get their time to shine. Whether you’ve got a seasoned special someone or are just dating around (6 feet apart), these are all great date spots to find what’s been missing.
Here are 10 super romantic spots for your next date in Toronto.
This historic site makes for a super cute date spot. There are a ton of little patios to stop at for a bite or a drink. Plus, there’s loads of art to admire while you’re there. And some of it’s even love themed! So you can stand under the massive heart sculpture or by the “LOVE” sign and really feel like you’re in a movie.
Where: 55 Mill St
This cute spot is the perfect place for a romantic evening walk. It’s got incredible views of the city skyline and the water. Plus, there’s tons of green space to stop for a little picnic. We recommend stopping by at sunset to get the most romance out of the place!
Where: 955 Lake Shore Blvd W
What’s more romantic than a ferry ride? Well, that’s just step one when you visit this staple Toronto spot! Pack a picnic, bike along the boardwalk, or visit one of their many beaches. Or do it all! Whatever you decide, it’s sure to be an adorable day full of fun.
Where: 9 Queens Quay W
You know what’s better than drinks on a patio? Drinks on a rooftop patio. Bring on the romance while you’re sipping cocktails overlooking the city at one of these gorgeous spots.
Where: Find our favourites here.
Sometimes the simplest idea is the best one. And now that the weather is hot, why not got on a date somewhere you can get a refreshing summer treat? Everyone knows the way to the heart is through the stomach. So pick up some tasty ice cream with that special someone today!
Where: Find our favourites here.
You can explore Toronto’s arts and culture at this fun hub. Kensington Market is full of vintage shops, delicious restaurants, art, and live entertainment. Sounds like a fun date to us!
Where: College St and Augusta Ave, Toronto, Ontario
You can take a walk through some of Toronto’s best foliage at this historic site. Now, the farmer’s market is still closed cause of COVID-19. But that doesn’t mean you can’t explore the grounds! Just make sure you social distance from others while you’re there.
Where: 550 Bayview Ave
You may be bummed about the Evergreen Brickworks farmer’s market being closed. But don’t worry! This farmer’s market is wide open. So peruse the artisanal cheeses and soaps, and try out some delicious produce at this super cut spot.
Where: 92 – 95 Front St E
Who doesn’t love a day of looking at art? The AGO just reopened to pass holders and is about to reopen to the general public. So stop by here to admire some beautiful works with that special someone.
Where: 317 Dundas St W
And if the AGO’s not enough art for you, you can visit one of the most talked about exhibits in the city. It’s the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibition and it’s a super impressive spot for a date. Stand in a social distancing circle or sit in your car as you’re taken on a journey through some of the famous artist’s best works. The exhibit’s only gonna be in town for a little while, so make sure you get your tickets ASAP.
Where: 1 Yonge St
Have a great time, everyone! And let us know which of these Toronto date spots is your favourite.