Buzz·Jul 23, 201617 Places To Take Your Date That Isn't DinnerBecause dating in London can be brilliant.by Tolani ShoneyeBuzzFeed Staff, UKFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Bounce View this photo on Instagram instagram.com It's an assured fun night out. You can play table tennis, enjoy the DJ, get drunk, or grab a wood-fired pizza. It's the perfect way to show off your great table tennis skills, or a chance to graciously or begrudgingly let your date win. 2. Junk Yard Golf View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Junkyard golf at the Old Truman Brewery is crazy golf, but like REALLY crazy golf. The venue has three nine hole golf courses of weird and twisted junk, car booty and charity shop deco. You get to drink, play golf and have a jolly good time. 3. Hip Hop Karaoke View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Whether you start a pretend rap beef with your date or you just watch others rap, Hip hop karaoke is so much fun. Every Thursday from about 9pm, some serious hip hop karaoke happens at the Social Basement. It's best to get there early as it fills up pretty quick, but it will be the most fun you can have in Marylebone for a fiver. 4. B&H Buildings View this photo on Instagram instagram.com So it's a sit down meal, but it's not dinner, it's brunch. You will find B&H tucked away in Farringdon, and it's the cutest restaurant. The decor is beautiful, the food is good, and you can get unlimited bellinis for £18. 5. Old Skool Sundays Old Skool Sundays The perfect place for a chilled out date. Old Skool Sundays happens every Sunday, and it's a night of nostalgia, music, games, 90s TV cinema and SUPER NINTENDO. It's also a really cheap date. HAPPY DAYS. 6. Rooftop Film Club View this photo on Instagram instagram.com With different venues all around London, Rooftop Film Club is great for a summer date night. The Peckham Rye branch is a personal favourite: you get to watch a movie on top of the Bussey Building and you get a great view over the city. Also if the weather decides to ruin your romantic date, the film club offers free waterproof ponchos. 7. Flight Club View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Darts and drinks, what could go wrong? It's not exactly romantic, but it's shit loads of fun. The venue is really cool, the drinks menu is amazing, and on some weekends you can do brunch, I'm talking bottomless pizzas and prosecco. 8. Angel Comedy View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Sometimes you are broke and a free date is the ideal. The Angel Comedy club is always free and pretty much always funny. It's a lovely friendly atmosphere and you get to watch five comedians do their thing. 9. Draughts View this photo on Instagram instagram.com If you don't fancy a noisy bar or pub but still want to do something fun, Draughts is a good idea. It's a board game café and it has a huge library of games to pick from. It's also really great for when you don't have much to say to each other yet, so you can be distracted by some competitive board game playing. 10. Hackney City Farm View this photo on Instagram instagram.com I mean if petting donkeys doesn't bring you closer together, then are you really meant to be together? And if donkeys are not your thing, you will find a handful of sheep, baby lambs, a couple goats, geese, ducks, chickens, rabbits and a couple of pigs. 11. Tate Modern View this photo on Instagram instagram.com The Tate Morden on a Friday and Saturday evening makes for an amazing date. It is much quieter than the day, and the bar has an amazing view. 12. Morden Hall Park Walk Flickr: garryknight / Via Creative Commons How about going for a walk through the gardens and woodlands of Morden Park Hall? While you are there you should check out the 19th century estate nestled into the park’s green landscape. And if Morden Park is nowhere near you, check out other places for a walk in London here. 13. Take the Thames Clipper down the river. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Head down to the O2 where you can take the Thames Clipper service to anywhere along the Thames. And if you want to really up the romance why not go after dark, when the Tower Bridge lights are really beautiful. 14. Foyles Literary Events View this photo on Instagram instagram.com If you both love books, the Foyles literary events would be the perfect date. With talks and signings at least once a week, it's worth checking out. 15. Electric Cinema View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Possibly the best cinema experience you will ever have. You get to watch a movie on cosy intimate armchairs, beds or sofas. Plus you get served cocktails and really good food. 16. Hint Hunt View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @cat_velazquez You will be locked in a room, and you'll have to work out how to get out. Yes you will be in groups of six, and you and your date will have to be with strangers, but hey it's a fun activity for a date. 17. Sing-A-Long-A Film Nights View this photo on Instagram instagram.com You get to watch and sing-a-long to films like Frozen, Grease, Dirty Dancing and Sound Of Music. The atmosphere is so good and you get a brilliant warm up lady who gets everyone in the spirit.