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We’ve narrowed our favourites down to the following recommended date-night bars, packed with interesting choices offering something for everybody when looking for fun date ideas in London.

Summer is officially here and we can resume life outside again.

Art dates, dinner dates, romantic dates, mate dates…you get the picture. Or even better, you might like the person you’re with.

Break out of your date rut (the Tate, bowling, brunch…sound familiar? Ramp up the va va voom at Baranis where you can play petanque or if it’s a nice day head to Cleaver Square in Kennington to watch locals play in deadly serious matches (while you sip pints from the square’s posh pub).

Plenty of options."Suggested by Jo Bromilow on Facebook Budget: Free"One of my favourite things to do in London, on a Saturday morning, is wander around Borough Market.

It can be a little crowded in peak tourist season but the atmosphere is great and if you can resist the temptation to buy all of the Turkish delight, cheese and brownies (something that I've never accomplished) then it's free!

King Kong is a classic tale of love, loss and man's disregard to nature, or so you thought.That's true of so many great markets in London."Suggested by Louise Brain on Facebook Budget: Free"I love Borough market but it is so crowded so I go to Maltby market just round the corner instead now.if you haven't been then it's worth checking it out."Suggested by Paul Bee on Facebook Budget: Free"The British Library.It's hard to believe that the British Museum is totally free to visit.Open daily from 10am to 5.30pm (8.30pm on Fridays), the museum's collection consists of over 8 million objects, including Cleopatra's mummy, Greek and Roman sculptures and the Rosetta Stone. Buzzing with history, culture and sights to see, it's easy to find plenty of things to do during the day (and as darkness falls) in the city, but what about if you're looking for date ideas?