Just because it’s cold outside doesn’t mean your dating life should suffer.
The Drake Hotel Cost: $289/night Warm Up at the Toronto Tea Festival Nothing is more comforting than a cuppa tea on a cold winter’s day.
Indulge your date’s taste buds with a selection of teas at the Toronto Tea Festival. Cost: $12 – $20 Ring in the Chinese New Year Celebrate the Year of the Monkey together at one of the most elegant and popular events of the Lunar Year: the Dragon Ball on Feb. The annual black-tie gala benefits the Yee Hong Community Wellness Foundation and is the largest fundraising event celebrating the Chinese New Year in North America.
From the fancy to the familiar, the event will leave you both toasty inside. Cost: $480 Nosh at The Sultan’s Tent Want to travel to warm Morocco, even if just for the night?
Then you and your date should definitely check out The Sultan’s Tent.
With its exotic décor, bevy of belly dancers, and tasty French-Moroccan fare, you’ll think you’ve arrived at Rick’s Café from the ultimate romantic movie, Casablanca.
They also have a great Winterlicious Menu if you can snag a reservation.
Cost: + Go For a Skate Going skating with your sweetheart is the most clichéd winter date for a reason: it’s romantic, cozy and fun.
Head over to Harbourfront Centre’s DJ Skate Nights for a enjoyable twist on the sport. Cost: Free Take in a Raptors Game Grab your best We The North gear and treat your date to a basketball game.
You’ll be too busy bonding and laughing over the music that you date won’t notice your amateur skills. Snuggling up together while you cheer on your favourite Raptors players makes for one exciting date.
Down some suds and splurge on a foam finger for the ultimate fan experience.
Air Canada Centre Buy Tickets Cost: + Go Under the Sea Remember summer?