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Dining out on a date night? The 5 best unique experiences!

Team U-Feast February 7, 2017 0 0

Love is in the air! With a city as interesting as ours, there is no shortage of activities to participate in with your significant other when considering a date night in Toronto. Unusual date nights are hard to come by and it can be all too easy to fall into the rut of predictability. Rather than head to the movies, like any other couple, date night and dining out should be an experience full of romance and attractions that keep that spark burning bright.

So instead of just dining out, check out some of these unique date night experiences where you’re still able to able to have the great food of a fine dining restaurant while showing off your sense of adventure and openness to new, fun things.

artsquareTotal Eclipse of the H(art)
Price point: $30-$40 per person
Want to impress your special someone? Dress to impress and do your research.  You don’t want to blend in with that sterile wall and you’ll want to have her ear (not to mention, attention). 

pigheadGive In To Your Wild Side
Price point: $50 per person
Get a full-on anatomy lesson (of a pig) with front row seats at the Chef’s Table at Toronto’s beloved FARMHOUSE Tavern.  We bet it’ll leave you both smiling from “ear to ear.”

cbWill you brie mine?
Price point: $40-$120 per person
Did you know that cheese contains ten times as much PEA, phenylethylamine–believed to release the same rush of hormones as sexual intercourse?  Just sayin’ cocinaSpice Things Up In the Kitchen
Price point: $90 per person
The bedroom isn’t the only place you’ll want to add a little spice to.  Join Andres Marquez at the Lodge on Queen for a hands-on cooking class where you’ll learn to make 5 traditional Mexican dishes.  And… you can BYOW so start Googling “wines to wow your sweetheart” now! 

spain via sommWine and Dine Your Sweetheart
Price point: $125-$190 per person
Experience Spain via Sommelier in the Historic St. Lawrence Market at Barsa Taberna, take in 360-views of the downtown skyline at Lavelle, or celebrate local ingredients and international cuisine at Nota Bene with a chef’s tasting menu and wine pairings from one of Toronto’s most celebrated chefs.


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