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Best Places For A Spring Date Night

Tags: Experiences, Food, Fun

Looking for a unique idea for your next date night in Regina? Our city offers plenty of options for date nights – movie theatres, romantic restaurants, live music, sporting events and more. Here are 5 creative themed date nights that are perfect for spring in Regina.

Sweets Tour in Cathedral:
If your sweetheart loves sweets as much as I do, they’ll love the idea of a dessert tour in Cathedral. You could start at Sinfully Sweet for cupcakes, pop next door to Chocolates by Bernard Callebaut to create your own chocolate tasting package then head over to Dessart Sweets to load up on unique candy for creating your own movie night concession stand at home. You’ll want to grab a shopping basket at Dessart Sweets because you’re sure to find lots of new chocolates and candies to try – you can even grab an ice cream cone to eat on your way back from the car…if you aren’t already too full from your cupcake. 

Sinfully Sweet

Art Night: 
Start your evening with a visit to the MacKenzie Art Gallery then create your own art at a Paint Nite in Regina. If you visit the website and search “Regina”, you’ll see a full listing of upcoming events and locations around the city. How sweet would it be to have your own date night painting to hang in your home?

Rest & Relaxation: 
Plan a romantic staycation in Regina like a night at the Hotel Saskatchewan with a couples massage booked at the Essence Organic Hair & Day Spa. I’ve spent a lot of time at that spa and I’ve always had a wonderful experience. Prepare to be pampered! When you wake up in the morning, you can enjoy a relaxing breakfast in the hotel before heading back home. 

Sports Night: 
For couples that love sports, your date night could start at the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame to learn about and celebrate the history of Saskatchewan sport. You could then visit one of Regina’s many pubs to watch a sports game on TV. Canadian Brewhouse is my current favourite – I dare you to finish the entire dish of nachos! Your evening could end with some friendly competition at the Golden Mile Bowling Lanes (reservations for evening bowling recommended) or a game of pool at the Broken Rack.  

Live Music: 
Your evening can start at the Casino Regina show lounge to check out a live show then you could head to a restaurant for live music and appetizers like The Capitol or The Nest Piano Bar. The Casino Regina show lounge is quite comfortable with table seating and plenty of good views of the stage. Check their website for a current listing of upcoming shows. 




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