Written by: Aman Bains
Here’s a list of 11 places to take a date in the summer. Vancouver has some great restaurants, but take advantage of everything Vancouver has to offer. Take a peek at my suggestions. In no particular order they are.
Nothing beats a midway fair for romance. With sugar donuts, cotton candy and a constant adrenaline rush, hearts are bound to start pounding.
2. Rock Climbing at Lighthouse Park
If the date gets hot, you can cool off by cliff jumping as the sun sets. With a gorgeous view of the city, and
3. Pitch and Putt at Stanley Park
Another classic, tried and true, date. Start off with some ice cream, and a walk around English Bay, and then head over to the Pitch and Putt for some good old fashioned competition.
4. Picnic at Jericho Beach
Pick up some sandwiches, or sushi and head out to Jericho beach. Pack some bubbly, and enjoy the sun as you get to know your new friend.
5. Watch the sunset at the Cypress Bowl Look-out
A hidden gem. Go watch the sunset, and cuddle with your significant other in privacy.
6. The Grouse Grind
Not for the faint of heart! The Grind is great workout, and accompanied with a few bevies at the top is a great idea for a date. The Gondola ride back always promises exceptional views.
7. Hastings Race Track
The race track is an exciting venue where you can bet, and have some drinks while you watch fast-paced racing.
8. Movie Under the Stars
If it’s summertime, check the schedule for the movies under the stars at Stanley Park. Arrive early to ensure a good seat, and allow for cuddling as the temperature drops.
9. Explore Granville Island
Take the False Creek Ferry over to Granville Island and watch the street performers and musicians while snacking on fresh local berries, and drinking organic coffee. Peruse through the unique shops, all along the water.
10. A Yaletown Patio
Head over to Yaletown and find a hip patio, you will be promised great patio-watching.
11. Glow in the Dark Bowling at Grandview Lanes
Exactly what it says, Glow in the dark bowling. Do you need anymore convincing?