Activities may be limited while Montreal is under red alert but no need to worry, there are still things you and your confinement partner can do together. You can try one of these eight date ideas that François Legault wouldn't get mad at you for.\nUse this opportunity to get some fresh air and switch from classic indoor dates like bowling, dining out or going to the movies.\nIt's time to discover places you've never seen in Montreal before, taste new takeout menus and embrace all that the colder seasons have to offer.\nSo, put on your coat and grab your boo, it's time for a COVID-friendly date night.\nEditor's Choice: A Montreal Bakery Received Complaints From The OQLF For Using Words Like 'Espresso'\nBuy Some Snacks At A Local Market\nWhere: Marché Jean-Talon, Marché Atwater, Marché Maisonneuve or any market close to you\nWhy you should go: It's the perfect time to go taste the seasonal vegetables and encourage local businesses.\nThis semi-outdoor date is really nice and you'll be able to buy all the necessities for a good meal with your +1.\nmarcheatwater | Instagram\nWebsite\nVisit Illumi Laval by car\nCost: $39.50 for driver, $26.50 for general admission\nWhen: The first entries are at 6 p.m. and the last ones at 11:55 p.m.\nAddress: 2805, boul. du Souvenir, Laval, QC\nWhy you should go: The magical 3 km Illumi light course is truly a sight for sore eyes. This romantic outing, which takes place in the comfort of your vehicle, is both beautiful and COVID-friendly.\nillumicavalia | Instagram\nWebsite\nAdmire Stunning View From The Outremont Belvedere\nCost: Free\nAddress: 1J4, Chemin de Polytechnique, Montreal, QC\nWhy you should go there: This pretty viewpoint, less crowded than the Mount Royal Kondiaronk lookout, offers spectacular sunsets over the city.\nIt's the perfect place to sit and just chill with your date.\nAlain Beauchesne | Dreamstime\nFind out more\nTry An Online Escape Room\nCost: Between $14 and $17.40 per player\nWhere: From the comfort of your apartment\nWhy you have to go: The Quebec company Défi-Évasion, offers five scary escape game scenarios to do at home.\nAll you have to do is choose your story and start the game 100% online whenever you want.\nMarie St-Yves | Narcity\nWebsite\nGo For A Nature Walk\nCost: Free, starting at $7.50 for parking\nAddress: 3555 Douglas-B.-Floreani Street, Saint-Laurent, Montreal, QC; Parc-nature du Bois-de-Liesse\nWhy you should go: This nature park is the perfect place to go for a walk or a bike ride in nature and admire the latest colours in the trees.\nThe park includes 13 km of walking trails and 8 km of cycling trails.\nisabelle_beaudoin_photo | Instagram\nWebsite\nGet A Tasty Meal For Takeout\nWhen: During your next walk together\nWhere: Any restaurant your heart desires (that does takeout)\nWhy you should try: So you can support local restaurants while enjoying the company of your date. A win-win, right?\nholeechix | Instagram\nRestaurant ideas\nChoose New Plants Together\nWhere: The Rolling Pop-Up brings the experience right to your door\nWhy you should try: This unique COVID-safe concept takes plant shopping to a whole new level. And who better to experience it with than your boo?\ntherollingpopup | Instagram\nRead more about it\nHave An At-Home Spa Day\nCost: Depends on the products you buy\nAddress: Chez toi\nWhy you should try: You can order local bath products online, like Maison Lavande.\nYou and your date can spend this relaxing evening at home by putting on your robes, applying a face mask, and sharing a bottle of wine.\nAh, and don't forget the cucumber slices on your eyes. Enjoy the spa!\nbkind.products | Instagram\nGet some at-home spa inspo\nThis article was originally published in French on Narcity Québec.