Three words: Pick. Your. Own. Whether you’re looking to come home with a bag of freshly plucked Ontario apples or frolic about the pumpkin patch with your pals, these Ontario farms are ready with all the essential autumnal activities. These close-to-the-city spots offer everything from a quintessential fall wagon ride through the field, to estate wineries, to weekend farmers markets. [Image credit: iStock.com/FamVeld]
Trying to spice things up with your partner but not sure how? Toronto has a wide selection of classes for couples, straight and queer alike. Whether you’re scouring the secrets of tantric yoga, reconnecting over a sumptuous cooking class, or learning how to jive in unison, couples classes are a great way to re-connect with your partner in the real world. [Image credit: iStock.com/franckreporter]
So you’ve finally gotten up the nerve to ask your crush out for a drink, but you don’t want this to be just like any other first date. You need the best pub experience Toronto has to offer and we’re here to help. [Feature image: Amsterdam Brewhouse]
When you've overscheduled yourself, your world has gone crazy and you just need some time to breathe and take stock, there's nothing better than sitting in a darkened theatre and kicking back to watch a flick. Thankfully, the city of TIFF, Hot Docs, Toronto After Dark, and countless other film festivals, has some of the greatest movie theatres in the country to help you waste away in an afternoon matinée.
Are you ready to sweat your way down Yonge Street? Choose from physically challenging or restorative yoga, ballet-inspired fusion classes with a kick, Brazilian jiu jitsu, body firming group classes, or a good old treadmill and free weight workout. From Lawrence to King, these gyms also boast serious convenience since all are mere steps away from subway stations along Toronto’s Yonge line. [Image courtesy of Barreworks] 
You may be too old for glittering tutus, but you’re never too old to learn (or rediscover) ballet. Toronto’s boasts dozens of adult ballet classes, both for beginners who’ve longed to move with the grace of a ballerina but never had the chance to train, and for skilled dancers looking to keep their skills sharp. [Image credit: iStock.com/PeopleImages]
For many years, Toronto’s billiards scene was well, lacking. Elderly dives and pubs hosted rickety tables and a questionable clientele, while beloved brewpubs and craft cocktail spots remained mysteriously billiard-less. For a while there, it seemed there was nowhere in the city where you could enjoy some good company, delicious drinks and a few rounds of pool – that is, until these sweet bars stepped up.
One thing’s for sure: Torontonians love their dogs. With an array of leash-free parks and the dog-friendly TTC, us urbanites can explore the entire city with our four-legged companions. But if you want to do more than just walk, we know where you can go. Here are some of the best dog-friendly activities in the city. [Image credit: iStock.com/vgajic]
Planning an event can be a lot of work, especially when your guests are expecting a delicious dessert spread. Not to panic. As customized catering services collide with creative pastry shops, the result is more and more options for gourmet dessert catering. Whether you’re throwing a small social, a corporate meeting or even your wedding, these Toronto dessert caterers are here to help. [Image credit: iStock.com/andresr]
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