Late night adult dates

But a little pointer for folks who aren't Nuit Blanche veterans: don't think you can simply party-hop to different events.Popular venues will definitely have a lineup, and rather than just continually walk around in the cold, it's best to just stick it out with one lineup into a venue/event you really want to go to.Walking tends to breed conversation, too, so if you're looking for a way to get to know your date that doesn't involve just sitting down and blankly staring around, this is a solid bet.Plus, you'll be walking towards an incredibly romantic view of the city, the perfect moment for a magical kiss under the night sky.That's totally cute and adorable, but after a while, constant board game nights at home can make you go a little stir crazy.So rather than just be hermits, take your board game night out of the house and head to Randolph's.Facebook On one night of the year, everyone in Montreal goes completely nocturnal for Nuit Blanche, the all-night art festival that takes over the city in late February.

Add in their fully-stocked bar (and RPG-themed cocktails) and you have the ideal date idea for board gaming couples.

Imagine it: gliding on the ice, stars in the sky, just enough light to illuminate the night which is brightened by the fallen snow.

And all alone on the ice, you and your SO are free to indulge in some PDA without feeling awkward.

Even better, Dollar Cinema regularly holds late night movie screenings (pm is the general time) giving you and your date the chance to enjoy a cheap flick at a time that fits your night owl schedule.

Note, though, that Dollar Cinema tends to screen movies that have been out for a while, not recent releases.

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