Toronto’s home to a rich array of sophisticated cuisine, so we’re here to help you find those gems if you don’t have a Valentine’s Day Reservation yet. Nothing says romance more than an intimate setting that will help set the mood for the night. These are Toronto’s hottest date night spots.
1560 Yonge St
They say Spanish is the language of love. With rare attributes of comfort, humility, consistency, and understated decadence, this restaurant knows how to charm its guests. Enjoy eclectic small-plates with an emphasis on Iberian and Latin American Flavours.
60 Yorkville Ave
A French Brasserie located in the Four Seasons Hotel of Yorkville, Boulud cites the creative exchange in kitchens as the birth of nouvelle cuisine. The dining room is warm and comfortable, defined by a wraparound bar and intimate, low-banquette seating.
80 Blue Jays Way
Enjoy unparalleled panoramic views of Toronto from the 44th floor of the Bisha Hotel, inspired by the Baja Peninsula. Kost unites the bright, fresh, lively flavours of the Californian and Mexican coastlines.
75 Victoria St.
Everything here has been carefully curated and crafted by hand. If you’re a fan of craft beer, you’ll want to enjoy the Valentine’s Day menu at Batch. With everything from Mussell Chowder to Farro Risotto, this intimate but casual restaurant is everything but boring.
12 Amelia St.
Nestled in the heart of Cabbagetown, F’Amelia offers world wines and authentic Northern Italian food made fresh. With a wood-burning fireplace, this restaurant will remind you of those homey movie scenes with snow falling outside.
478 King St W
With delicately prepared traditional paella, seafood is this restaurant’s staple. Patria will have you drooling with its ever-changing selection of only the freshest fish, octopus, and shrimp, sourced daily. The wine menu features an extensive list of Spanish labels imported exclusively to pair perfectly with every item on the menu. This is a restaurant that came straight out of a Velazquez painting.