Best Dishes to Share on a Date at Boston Pizza


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Taking your special someone out for a meal is a classic date idea. Sharing lunch or dinner together, seated across from one another with fantastic food and drink is definitely one of the best ways to enjoy each others company. Whether you’re planning a first date with someone you’ve been dying to go out with, or a night out with your long term partner, this post is for you. For a menu that features items for everyone in a space that’s welcoming and exciting, we recommend dining at Boston Pizza Clifton Hill. Believe it or not, what we order while out to dine says a lot about our personality, so why not choose to say that you’re easy going and generous by opting for a meal or starter to share?

Appetizers Made For Sharing

To stimulate your appetites and get the conversation flowing, order an appetizer or two that’s been created for sharing. Be careful, the dishes are delicious and you will be tempted to save it all for yourself but to impress your date, try your best to share.

Thai Bites

Shareable Patio Faves

You and your date can choose between a choice of shrimp or chicken tossed in sweet Thai chili sauce and served with crunchy Asian noodles, carrots, green onions, and sesame seeds.

Bandera Pizza Bread

Shareable Patio Faves

When the main meal options are so plentiful like they are at Boston Pizza, you may just consider a meal inspired starter. The Bandera Pizza bread is made for two. Baked with traditional pizza bread and spiced with Italian herbs and fresh mozzarella and parmesan, this dish is hard to resist. This starter is served with a Santa Fe Ranch dip, but you can always add another dip like extra pizza sauce or a Creamy Garlic dip.

BP’s Classic Nacho’s

Our classic nachos are one of our most popular dishes, and it’s no surprise. This generous serving of hand-cut tortilla chips are topped with cheddar, pizza mozzarella, green peppers, black olives, jalapeño peppers, tomatoes and green onions. For extra tastiness, the nachos are served with salsa made with fresh tomatoes, sour cream, plus your choice of protein like BBQ chicken, spicy chicken, or seasoned ground beef.

Meals To Share

Keeping your hands to yourself on a date is hard when you like the other person so much. But it becomes considerably harder when you’re dying to try a bite of their dish. Choose your mains together and ask for side plates so that you can share both dishes and maybe feed one another a bite or two.

Pizza and Pasta

We are forever grateful to the Italian’s for creating two of our favorite things: pizza and pasta. Our go-to pairings made for sharing are the Spicy Perogy with Jambalaya Fettuccini and the Meateor with Pesto Chicken Penne. All our pizzas and pastas can be customized as well, you get to choose everything from your crust type to toppings and noodle type and sauce.

Salmon or Honey Dill Chicken Power Bowls, with the Pineapple Beet and Goat Cheese Salad

For healthier taste options bursting with flavor, our hearty Power Bowls are bursting with citrus notes and veggies cooked to perfection. Your protein of choice is cooked over a warm quinoa and rice blend. Popping with colour, the bowl features dark green spinach, bright cherry red tomatoes, guacamole, beets, carrots, cucumbers, and roasted peppers. Pair this bowl with our Pineapple Beet And Goat Cheese Salad that’s served with a balsamic dressing and topped with slivered almonds.

Desserts For Two

We have the perfect desserts in just the right portion size for date night to share. Always end a date on a sweet note. Did you know that research shows that ordering dessert can make you more attractive to the other person? So check out these two of our favorite picks:

Chocolate Explosion

A staple of Boston Pizza, you’ll need two forks for this one! Creamy chocolate mousse with chunks of cheesecake, caramel, toffee, pecans, and almonds on a chocolate crust.

Chocolate Brownie Addiction

Two warm chocolate brownies topped with scoops of vanilla ice cream and drizzled with caramel and chocolate sauces.


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