Vancouver dating spots
Make your way up to Prospect Point for spectacular views and a photo op, then slip into the Prospect Point Cafe.
Coffee, beer, fish and chips, burgers, ice cream, you name it.
There are more than a few options for dates on Granville Island but I’ll share my two favourites: The first being that you could head into the market and pick up the freshest local ingredients for making an intimate dinner at home. Book a workshop, tour, or lunch at Edible Canada, which is the ultimate bistro shop for anyone who loves local, BC, and Canadian-only ingredients.
This former quarry is now Vancouver’s ‘horticultural jewel’ featuring one of the most beautiful and well-maintained gardens in the world.
Vancouver is a beautiful place to fall in love, which is what my husband and I did 7 years ago when I was living in Kitsilano.
A walk down to the water, a trip up the Sky Ride, a tour of our urban forest.
Leave the car at home and hop on an Aquabus or False Creek Ferry from one of their many False Creek stops.
Enjoy this quick harbour cruise, with views of the city and the underbelly of bridges, before you get to dry land.
A beer always loosens the tongue and this brewery’s casual-cool vibe with communal seating will instantly put both of you at ease.
Super Date believes we shouldn’t need an excuse (such as Valentine’s Day) to go on special date, which is why they’re giving away four dream dates this month which can be used any day except for Valentine’s Day! Super Date is currently available as a web app, and is set to launch in the app store the week of Valentine’s Day (how timely! You can expect four date categories: active, dining, cultural and casual.
For a more structured suggestion I propose dining at one of The Drive’s many restaurants – take your pick, from Kathmandu to Portugal and all over Italy, there’s a dining option within and just outside of your comfort zone.