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Make the most of it with a date that hops from venue to venue: start with dinner and drinks at The Almanac; get dessert at Block 1912; then round off the evening with live music at Blues on Whyte.
Stroll the garden under the moonlight, share a quick and tasty bite to eat at the Patio Café, or pack a picnic and share a blanket for two. The 2015 calendar of events will be out in early spring with this year’s line-up of date night activities, but rest assured, all your favourites will still be there!
Whether you're keen on coffee, love to flirt over fine food, or want icy winter adventures, we've found Edmonton date ideas to suit you. Happily, Edmonton is full of fantastic brunch spots: if you want huevos rancheros and a sunny patio, try Local Public Eatery; for bagels and Edmonton's best eggs benny, try New York Bagel Cafe; and if you want brunch that will please vegetarians and meat eaters alike, try the Blue Plate Diner.
Read on to discover your next favourite, then scroll to the bottom to see all our ideas on a handy, shareable map! When it comes to city views, every Edmontonian has an opinion on the best spot.
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From The End of the World to Riverside Drive, this is a city full of arresting vistas.
However, one of the best has to be Grant Notley Park Gazebo - for maximum romance, head to one of the park benches, snuggle up to your sweetie and watch the sun go down over the valley.As soon as the days get longer and the scarves and gloves come off (soon rather than later is the hope), keep this one in mind!Every Thursday from June 4 through August 27, 2015, the Devonian Botanic Garden will begin its 2015 season of Date Night at the Garden. The decadently dark chocolate torta topped with salty, candied hazelnuts at Edmonton’s famed Corso 32 restaurant." A Valentines treat for anytime. It's all about owner/head chef Daniel Costa and his food. Corso 32 takes its place as one of the city’s most exciting and satisfying places for a serious meal. Old Strathcona offers entertainment, great food and drink, and Canadian history, all in one go.