It's almost the day of love where many celebrate with roses, chocolates, candy hearts and cards. For people with a significant other in their lives, finding that perfect spot to have dinner that evening can be really important. If you're still looking for a place, we've got you covered. These are some of the most romantic restaurants in Canada that are perfect for Valentine's Day.

The annual holiday full of romance is celebrated on February 14. This year, that happens to be on a Friday which can make the night's celebrations even more fun since most people don't have to go to work the next day.

Based on more than 500,000 reviews by verified diners for more than 3,000 restaurants in Canada, OpenTable has put together a list of spots guaranteed to make your night magical.

Whether you're looking for staples like steakhouses or Italian cuisine or want to branch out for some more flare, there are so many great places across the country.

"Planning the perfect Valentine's Day can be stressful, so we've rounded up the most romantic dining options from coast to coast," said Matt Davis of OpenTable Canada, in a news release.

"We're alleviating the pressure of finding the right romantic restaurant and leaving it to diners to take it from there," he said. 

According to the report, 7:00 p.m. is the most popular time for reservations on the day of love and most are made 10 days in advance. 

So if you've got a special someone you want to take out, you better act fast!

Here are 14 of the most romantic restaurants that are perfect for a love-filled and delicious Valentine's Day. 


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Cuisine: Contemporary Canadian

Address: 62 Sparks St., Ottawa, ON

Why You Need To Go: This casual dining spot is perfect for a date night, especially on Valentine's Day. It has a really extensive drinks menu and great meal options for dinner like lobster spaghetti and striploin steak frites. It's a bit pricey but hey, isn't love worth it?

Quails' Gate Estate Winery

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Cuisine: Northwest

Address: 3303 Boucherie Rd. Kelowna, BC

Why You Need To Go: The Old Vines Restaurant at Quails' Gate serves up the best and freshest food local artisans and markets can provide. Plus, it helps that the place is beautiful even in the winter.

OLO Restaurant

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Cuisine: Farm-to-table

Address: 509 Fisgard St., Victoria, BC

Why You Need To Go: Here you get only the best flavours from the best seasonal ingredients from Vancouver Island. This joint even has a special menu for Valentine's Day.

The Press Gang Restaurant & Oyster Bar

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Cuisine: International

Address: 5218 Prince St., Halifax, NS

Why You Need To Go: In the heart of downtown Halifax, this restaurant is in one of the oldest historic stone structures in the city dating back to 1759 and offers a unique formal dining experience. Plus there's live music to really amp up the ambiance.

Tide & Vine Oyster House

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Cuisine: Seafood

Address: 3491 Portage Rd., Niagara Falls, ON

Why You Need To Go: If you don't live near the Falls but want to turn Valentine's Day into a whole weekend, check out Tide & Vine's present menu for couples. It's four courses of delicious food, dessert and sparkling wine!

The Lake House

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Cuisine: Canadian

Address: 747 Lake Bonavista Dr. S.E., Calgary, AB

Why You Need To Go: The Lake House is, you guessed it, on a lake. With large glass windows offering amazing views, the eating establishment is directly above Lake Bonavista. There's also a grand fireplace to set the tone for all the warm and cozy feelings going around.


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Cuisine: Italian

Address: 181 Wellington St. W., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Located in The Ritz-Carlton Toronto, TOCA serves up handcrafted Italian cuisine with locally-sourced produce and an exceptional atmosphere.


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Cuisine: Farm-to-table

Address: 1300 Robson St., Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: This restaurant is fully committed to using local ingredients from local fishers, farmers and foragers along with B.C. distillers, winemakers and brewers. So you know that you're getting fresh, quality food and drinks when you visit.

Le Filet

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Cuisine: French and Japanese

Address: 219 ave. Mont Royal O., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: This establishment combines French and Japanese cuisines for delicious menu items like tuna tartare, egg confit and nori tempura. Plus, the desserts are a perfect end to a romantic evening.


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Cuisine: Contemporary Canadian

Address: 10228 104 St. N.W., Edmonton, AB

Why You Need To Go: At this place, it's all about celebrating the people and food of the community. It's open late so you can get chef-driven eats here well into the night.

The Bison Restaurant & Terrace

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Cuisine: Canadian

Address: 211 Bear St., Banff, AB

Why You Need To Go: With this spot's farm-to-table approach, diners get the best the region has to offer like spiralized squash fritti with Alberta honey or Bison short ribs. To set the mood, the terrace has a roaring campfire in the winter.

Restaurant Le Continental

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Cuisine: French

Address: 26 rue St-Louis, Quebec City, QC

Why You Need To Go: Le Continental does tableside service so you can get everything from a Caesar salad to flambé shrimp to crêpes prepared right before your eyes.

Cafe Carlo

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Cuisine: Canadian

Address: 243 Lilac St., Winnipeg, MB

Why You Need To Go: Cafe Carlo first opened up in 1989 and has become a staple in Winnipeg's Little Italy neighbourhood. This bistro is friendly and goes for classics like fried chicken, quinoa salad and ravioli rather than show stoppers.

Hearth Restaurant

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Cuisine: Contemporary Canadian

Address: 2404 Melrose Ave., Saskatoon, SK

Why You Need To Go: Hearth strives to use local ingredients whenever possible in its unpretentious Prairie cooking. This cozy little place will make for a great Valentine's Day dinner spot especially if you end it with strawberry and raspberry sorbet or chocolate truffles.

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