9 distanced things to do in Toronto this week: March 23 to 28

Mar 23 2021, 9:33 am

Please Note: As of March 8, Toronto is under the province’s Grey Zone. This means you must stay at home as much as possible and only go out for necessities, including getting food, going to work, and getting exercise. If you go out, maintain the six-foot physical distancing guidelines and wear a mask.

Spring is here and the sun is out! Here are a few things that you can do in Toronto that are safe and fun.

It’s important to remember that although Ontario’s Stay at Home orders have lifted in Toronto, only essential trips such as getting food, heading to work, and getting exercise are permitted.

Here’s a list of ideas that might help keep things exciting this March:

Go skating at Downtown Toronto’s rooftop skating rink

With outdoor dining now permitted in Ontario’s lockdown zones, The Porch can reopen its popular patio, and with it, the Sky Skate experience. The one-of-a-kind rink offers breathtaking views of the CN Tower, and pizza and drinks can be enjoyed on the adjacent heated patio.

When: Open daily until 9:30 pm
Where: 
The Porch – 250 Adelaide Street West

Tim Horton’s Roll Up To Win

Tim Horton’s has launched its new and improved Roll Up To Win event, and it’s all online, making everyone a winner. “Please Play Again” is long gone, and guests will earn one roll for each eligible item, including cold beverages, breakfast sandwiches, and breakfast wraps, in addition to hot beverages.

When: March 8 to April 4.
Where: All Tim Horton’s locations

Check out tasty Shawarma spots across Toronto

What Toronto doesn’t lack is the number of restaurants serving delicious dishes from all over the world. When it comes to Shawarma, the city has some of the best. There are so many ways to enjoy the Middle Eastern dish, whether it be in a wrap, as a platter, or loaded on fries. Chicken or beef, the meat is roasted on a spit and served fresh!

When: Whenever you’re hungry
Where: Across Toronto

Get on that Starbucks BOGO deal

One for you and a friend! Starbucks deals are back this week and you can now get your hands on their BOGO promo. Starting March 23 until March 29, Starbucks is offering a Buy One, Get One free deal. All you have to do is follow the link on their Instagram, fill out some information and you’ll get a single-use, exclusive code for the BOGO deal.

When: March 23 to 29
Where: All Starbucks locations

Order cocktails from local bars

You have your meal set for the night but need that perfect drink to sip on. If you’re having trouble, look no further: Toronto restaurants and bars are bottling cocktails for pick-up or delivery. Bottled cocktails make it so much easier to enjoy your favourite drinks without having to worry about the mixing part or deal with the clean-up later.

When: Whenever you’re in the mood
Where: Across Toronto

Sample some of the best Toronto coffee shops

During cold winter months and the chillier beginning of spring, a hot cup of joe goes a long way. Toronto has some of the best coffee shops around. Thankfully, there are so many small businesses and locally-owned shops scattered across the city. Try a few, and you might come across your go-to spot.

When: You need that coffee fix
Where: Across Toronto

Grab a bite of Burger King’s Impossible Burger

After its successful US launch, Burger King’s Impossible Whopper has finally arrived in Canada and will be served in Ontario before it goes national. According to Burger King, the Impossible Whopper plant-based meal will be served to Ontario residents starting March 22 before popping up in locations across the country on April 22.

When: As of March 22
Where: Across Toronto and the GTA.

Take a trip to Athens at one of these Toronto Greek restaurants

Toronto’s Danforth is known for its Greek restaurants and delicious Mediterranean eats, and you’re almost certain to find an amazing spot. You can order for pick-up or takeout; there are many restaurants in the city that serve authentic Greek cuisine.

When: When you’re hungry
Where: Across Toronto – mostly on the Danforth

Watch Aga Khan’s virtual performance

Starting on March 5, you can experience an immersive outdoor multimedia performance currently set as an experimental dance film. “IAM is a collection of COVID-19 stories told through dance and light over four acts. The first act, IAM: Dance of the Molecules, premieres on March 5 as a digital exhibition on the Aga Khan Museum’s website,” according to Aga Khan.

When: March 5 to April 30
Where: On the Aga Khan website.

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