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5 Cool London Date Ideas This Week 18/10-24/10 2021

5 Cool London Date Ideas This Week 18/10-24/10 2021

The nights get longer, the days shorter and Christmas decorations are starting to take over the aisles of every supermarket – we are officially on the home stretch of 2021. BUT, there are still so many cool things to squeeze into the year for date night! Here are this week’s cool London date  ideas!

The “BAO Down to Me” Date

Dinner and a movie has been the staple go-to date since the dawn of time. Well, BAO™ have officially combined the 2 to take away all of the guess work for you with their “Nightmare on Film St” offer (name could do with some work). Tickets are £27 per person and include a set menu and horror classic movie to be viewed in a group of at least 6 people (minimum), so best as a group date.

The “LIM-AS-SOL Mate” Date

Live music is always a good date idea and really gives you a chance to show somebody what your musical tastes are like…. And whether you possess any sense of rhythm whatsoever. Well, you could just scrap both of those theories and go for something out of left field by taking to see Cypress-based group, Monsieur Doumani at the Rich Mix on Thursday… FOR FREE!

The “We’re At Different STAGES” Date 

After 7 years (how young we were) our event Diary Days is as cool and underground as it’s ever been. The perfect date night to just chill out and have a few drinks and embrace the nostalgia of it all. Last tickets for Wednesday 20/10 are just £5 here.

The “It’s All KICKING Off” Date

Competitive fun is all the rage these days for both first and four-hundredth dates. Toca Social in Greenwich is the football-focused fun factory that lets you go toe-to-toe in various games giving you a chance to gloat over your date for the rest of your days together. With a funky bar, it’s definitely a great way to have a chilled Friday night with your other half.

The “Back to SQUARE One” Date

Hidden south London gem (if you know, you know) Bonnington Cafe in Vauxhall is the type of place you go to and want to tell everybody about afterwards. The community-run restaurant has some of the best and most-creative vegan food in London that won’t cost you an arm and a leg.

 

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