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Once the class gets cooking, the delectables keep coming.
If you’re not super-confident in the kitchen, take a cooking class together. Lawrence Market Kitchen offers its Cruda Café Cooking Class. The arts scene in Toronto is alive and well; be on the lookout for unique date ideas at both hole-in-the-wall venues and concert halls alike.Bonus: Toronto taxi drivers are pretty friendly, too. There’s plenty of green space in Canada’s largest city.(One of its other nicknames is “The City Within a Park.”) Explore the bluffs, stroll by the lake, take a ferry to the islands, or picnic in High Park.Other local cooking classes worth investigating include ones held at The Healthy Butcher, The Good Egg, Culinarium, and the LCBO. In Toronto, it’s nearly impossible to snag Maple Leafs tickets — despite going without a Stanley Cup in most of its fans’ lifetimes, it’s the most profitable team in the NHL — so stick to sports bars for your hockey fix and shell out a few bucks for the Toronto Blue Jays when baseball season comes around. The Raptors, Argonauts and Marlins are also wallet-friendly. In the summer months, catch outdoor screenings of classics on the Harbourfront.
In September, line up for a star-studded premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.Challenge your date to a game, then sip on specialty cocktails, or, for another adult twist on a kid favorite, share some sweet-potato ice cream.Sure, “dinner and a movie” might be the cliché date choice, but in Toronto, that “movie” makes for a memorable evening.Whether its Hungarian, Ethiopian or Peruvian, you’ll like discover a new favorite. It’s easy to overlook tourist attractions in your own city. If you prefer your feet on solid ground, get a history lesson at Casa Loma, Fort York or the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM).The Bata Shoe Museum is fun for the shoe-obsessed, and a tour of Steam Whistle Brewery is perfect for beer-lovers.See what series is currently showing at Bell Lightbox — it recently held a Grace Kelly retrospective — or catch a quirky documentary at Hot Docs. The National Film Board has free viewings of Canadian films, with small screens designed for two.