Vancouver Date Ideas: 10 Actually Great Dates

Vancouver Date Ideas: 10 Actually Great Dates

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Good news: You scored a date for this weekend. Bad news: You have no idea where to go. Fear not! We compiled a list of great fun, casual, cool date ideas in Vancouver to go on a great date.

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    One of the best wine bars I've visited in Vancouver; relaxed atmosphere not too pretentious. Great Italian restaurant next door; perfect location to catch a show at Orpheum or Vogue after. -- Dian P via Foursquare
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    Awesome space - be sure to check out the fetish parties! -- Michael Reed via Foursquare
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    One of Vancouver's first speakeasy type bar is fun even though it's now listed on every social network and gets pretty busy. Mixed drinks and the truffle popcorn. -- Bryan Clark via Foursquare
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    If you can make your date laugh, that’s a good thing. If you need a bit of help, then look no further than TheatreSports on Granville Island which hosts half-price Thursdays. $7.75 for 9:15 p.m. show -- The Province via Foursquare
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    Check out the Perfect Pairings events every second Thursday. Great sips and bites presented by their fabulous Sommelier only $14/person. -- Danielle Bauer via Foursquare
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    East Vancouver's Rio Theatre on Broadway is a great venue with comfortably cushy seating to enjoy watching films year-round and during VIFF. Nicely sited near Skytrain and a Starbucks. -- Eric Tigre via Foursquare
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    The food, service, and ambience of Brix were perfect. Great place for dates and romantic evenings. Ask to sit in the heated courtyard and enjoy the beauty of it. -- Carmen Giang via Foursquare
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    Same owners as Irish Heather, but in the heart of Blood Alley - pray tell - what kind of alley has a name like that? Salt boasts some delectable wines & tasting plates! -- Nomadic Chick via Foursquare
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    The Biltmore, at Prince Edward Street and East 12th Avenue, can be hipster trendy but the space still feels comfortable with its wooden interior, odd knickknacks and laid-back atmosphere. One of the b -- The Province via Foursquare
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    The Pacific Cinematheque has been home to many great independent film screenings for over 30 years. It's also a key venue when VIFF rolls around in Oct, but its hard-backed seats need an upgrade. -- Eric Tigre via Foursquare
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