Love it or hate it, it’s Valentine’s Day Weekend in the city. 

And that can mean one of two things: hitting the town for a memorable date night or taking advantage of your singledom -- and the city -- in all of its event-filled glory. 

Of course, it’s also Super Bowl Weekend. 

From a massive Super Bowl party to learning a sweet new skill with your partner, here’s what to do in Toronto this weekend...

Cook Up Some Comforting Goodness 
Creating a memorable dish with your partner at Le Dolci Culinary Studio. Le Dolci is hosting a week of Valentine’s Day classes that include everything from heart-shaped pasta making classes to delicious doughnut creation classes. Find more info here

Take in Live Jazz with a Side of Sea Creatures 
Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada hosts its monthly Friday Night Jazz series this week. For the price of a regular admission, guests get the added bonus of a live jazz band playing all the classics. Cocktails are available for purchase. Find more info here

Watch Comedy Sweethearts Roast One Another 
On Sunday night, Toronto’s comedy sweethearts will take the stage at Comedy Bar as they put their relationships on the line in Clash of the Couples. The roast battle will see them air their dirty laundry and juicy secrets. Find more info here

Check Out a Poignant Play 
Hit the Tarragon Theatre to catch a cast of local talent in Redbone Coonhound. When out for a walk, interracial couple Mike and Marissa meet a dog with an unfortunate breed name: Redbone Coonhound. This small detail unleashes a cascading debate between them about race and their relationship. Find more info here

Get Up Close and Personal with the Toronto Maple Leafs 
Leaf fans can cheer on their favourite hockey players as they take the ice at Nathan Phillips Square for a weekend of celebrating the sport at all levels. The free event includes prizes and giveaways, warm drinks, music, and entertainment. Find more info here

Catch the Super Bowl Action on a Massive Screen 
Canada’s largest Super Bowl viewing party returns to Rebel on Sunday. Guests can catch the big game on a massive 34-foot widescreen TV as well as multiple individual viewing screens. Guests can expect entertainment and food specials from Cherry Street Bar-B-Que, Four Brothers Pizza, and Crumbs Patties. Find more info here.

Find a Creative Valentine’s Day Gift 
Treat your partner -- or yourself -- to a unique V-day gift from OCAD’s student-run Artist Alley. The art-filled event will fill The Great Hall with a large selection of posters, prints, zines, stickers, greeting cards, ceramics, fashion, jewelry items and more from local artists and creators. Find more info here

Get Lost in a Giant Winter Maze 
Canada’s largest winter maze pop-up has taken over space at the Evergreen Brick Works. The giant 120’x120’ maze includes unlimited carnival rides, outdoor games, access to a hot chocolate bar, music, marshmallow fire pits, photo opportunities, and a scavenger hunt with prizes. Find more info here

Party Alongside Dinosaur Bones 
The Royal Ontario Museum’s event series ROM After Dark returns on Friday night. The cocktail-filled affair offers a curated evening of music, visual arts, immersive experiences, live jazz, DJ sets, and tasty eats. Find more info here.

LOL Over Brunch 
Shake off the Sunday hangover with some laughs over brunch at the Second City. The Second City’s Improv Brunch offers some hair of the dog comedy with a totally improvised show from some of the city’s finest. Food and mimosas are available to order separately. Find more info here. 

Take in a Dreamy Candlelit Concert at a Castle 
The beloved Twilight at the Symphony program returns to the iconic Casa Loma. The series of intimate candlelit concerts features the Casa Loma Symphony Orchestra, conducted by the renowned Paolo Busato, in the castle’s historic stables. Find more info here

Lace Up Your Skates and Hit the Airport 
For a change of scenery from your local skating rink, hit the hanger at The Hangar District Downsview for a unique skating experience. Every weekend in February, the free “Hangar Skate” will take over a pop-up skating rink outside of the 80,00-sq.-ft airplane hangar, offering a rarely seen look inside. Find more info here.

Have Date Night at a Magical Valentine’s Day Concert 
To mark Valentine’s Day, Fever's Candlelight music experience is offering a new concert inspired by Romeo and Juliet. Thousands of candles set the stage for a romantic evening, as guests rediscover music performed by a renowned string quartet. Find more info here