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For something a little less highbrow grab some 3D goggles and have your face taken off at the giant Odeon BFI Imax.
Whatever you do culturally, you're going to want to follow it up with a stroll by the water – an activity that has been aiding first dates for centuries – and some quality food and drink.
And if that sounds a bit much, try out House of Ho on Percy Street: an intimate Vietnamese restaurant with a brilliant varied menu on which nothing will disappoint.
Whether you're in the mood for sushi, dumplings or noodles this is the perfect place to share great food at reasonable prices: order the soft shell crab - served on a mound of chillies - to make a lasting impression.
Best to plan your evening around some entertainment – and we don't mean the guys juggling next the Millennium Wheel.
The Southbank Centre has a great year-round program of theatre, dance and poetry and The Globe is, of course, the home of Shakespeare.
You might want a cocktail or a glass of wine before dining.
If so we recommend the Blind Pig on Poland Street (above the Social Eating House), which pairs a luxurious but informal setting with genuinely inventive drinks menu, or Mark's Bar on Brewer Street which is cool, relaxed and makes the best negronis around.
Like picking a song on Spotify, sometimes having so much choice can have a paralysing effect.
If your idea of a good first date involves drinks, music and possibly cutting a rug, head East.
Start things off (relatively) calmly at The Book Club (Leonard Street), a laid back basement bar where you can line your stomach for the night ahead with some excellent sharing platters.
Situated down some metal steps, it's one of those places that serve drinks in jam jars but don't let that put you off – it's comfortable, fun and the drinks are great.
After two 'fancy' locations you made want to head for one of the areas many solid boozers.
But in the same way you shouldn't just cave and listen to Rihanna because it's the first thing you think of, resisting Leciester Square or Covent Garden is the smart choice when it comes to wooing in the capital.