Boasting two bars, eight full-length Shuffle lanes plus all the Americana foodie treats to indulge in, book your tickets now. Everyman's Screen on the Green in Islington has probably one of the most impressive theatre facades in London, playing an eclectic mix of new and old movies to suit even the most cynical of movie buffs.
Plus you can watch the flick snuggled up on your own cosy couch, with antipasti and wine delievered sofa-side.
Work your way round the 9-hole lighthouse or windmill course before working up an appetite and stopping off at the street food stalls for a bite to eat.
The five bar areas are great to debrief on the game and if you turn up and find our your date Farringdon (London) (0.2 miles) What: All Singing, All Dancing Why: If you’re looking for somewhere to have a lot of fun then you’ve hit the jackpot with Piano Works.
Shoreditch's slick speakeasy The Nightjar is currently sitting pretty at the top of our date list. The street feast date Because sitting down at a restaurant can be so bloody formal, thank heavens that London has so many street food markets to choose from - perfect for those daters who like to walk, talk and get a bit messy.
The cycle routes along Regent's Canal will bring you into some great parts of East London where you can stop off for food (the Counter Café in Hackney Wick does an awesome brunch) or just take in the scenery of the beautiful Victoria Park along the way. The beer-tasting date Show off your booze knowledge by taking your date to Camden Town Brewery Bar for a tour or sampling session.
There are so many great date ideas to do in and around London that'll not only give you some serious props in the first date department (way to nail that first impression), but will also wow your long-term partner too.
Our round-up of London's very best romantic locations and events should get even the most cynical of boyyfriends in the 'date night' mood. The Shuffle date Shuffleboarding is the newest American phenomenon to hit the capital, and it's probably the most perfect London date idea ever. A cross between bowling and curling, the London Shuffle Club brings the sport to Shoreditch for a three-month run (opening October 13th), and we anticipate it'll fast become the newest hipster trend. The vintage cinema date Transform that tired and mundane movie date into something more memorable by visiting one of London's many vintage cinemas.
The silver ring workshop looks super fun if you fancy a bit of metallic creativity (with cocktails), but they also offer up 3D drawing classes and balloon pit disco.
Tottenham Court Road (0.1 miles) What: Two Dates in One Why: The Bloomsbury Club Bar has date night written all over it.
The Ginger Pig's stores in Moxon Street and Askew Road offer three hours of meaty education which includes a butchery lesson, a two-course informal feast (with wine), plus you get to take home some of the fruits of your labour AKA sausages. So that means you can make all the rude jokes you want, right? The coffee date Londoners love their coffee, so if you are dating a like-minded caffeine fiend, why not make a date at a coffee brewing class?