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12 Upscale Restaurants in Toronto When You Want To Treat Yourself

We all deserve to feel like royalty sometimes, and it's not hard when all you need are pricey meals in a dimly lit atmosphere.

READ MORE: 9 Fancy Things You Can Treat Yourself To For Under $50 In Toronto

If you're all about that "treat yo-self" attitude, or if you just want bae to shell out the extra dollars for date night, then here are the top upscale restaurants across the city that are sure to have you feeling boujie. Fur coat and Louboutins not included!

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Canoe Restaurant // 66 Wellington St. W

Located on the 54th floor of the TD Centre, this gem of a restaurant provides upper class views. It's like being put on a pedestal! If you look closely you might even see Drake sitting on the CN Tower!

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George Restaurant // 111C Queen St. E

George offers a secluded courtyard and a classy dining room. They also have five course, seven course and 10 course dining options!

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Opus Restaurant // 37 Prince Arthur Dr.

This place has a great food menu and an extensive selection of wines in their underground cellar. With an inventory of over 52,000 wines, this is the true meaning of wine and dine!

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Jacob’s & Co. Steakhouse // 12 Brant St.

This swanky steakhouse features fine steaks and fresh seafood. They even have a piano bar, so you can relax to the sounds of live music.

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Alo // 163 Spadina Ave.

This restaurant has been named one of the top restaurants in Canada last year. In a contemporary room with a French tasting menu, this spot is nothing short of luxury. So dress up, show up, and enjoy some fine French fare.

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Harbour Sixty // 60 Harbour St.

This steakhouse also offers an extensive wine list, but features the dishes you are most familiar with in an upscale environment.

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Chabrol // 90 Yorkville Ave

This place brings in lots of light! No seriously, it has walls entirely of windows so the weather affects the ambience. Nonetheless it has an antique vibe with amazing French dishes.

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Evoo Ristorante // 138 Avenue Rd.

A great fine dining spot for Italian and Mediterranean dishes, this classy spot is great for having a treat while not breaking the bank (at least not as much as the other restaurants on this list).

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Sassafraz // 100 Cumberland St.

The Victorian architecture and corner location this restaurant has in Yorkville are really captivating. Inside, you can expect a fresh modern look with plant walls while you enjoy their French menu.

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Momofuku Shoto // 190 University Ave.

This expensive Asian restaurant is set in a glass plex. It features a delicious tasting menu of about 13 courses!

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YASU // 81 Harbord St.

This sleek sushi bar features fresh ingredients in a dimly lit and modern environment. At $105 per person for sushi, it is most likely one of the priciest sushi joints in the city.

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TOCA // 181 Wellington St. W

TOCA is located in the entertainment district and features numerous options of menus. They have a pasta tasting menu and a pre-theatre menu! Another cool feature is their Cheese Cave, where they keep 35 local and international cheeses for different pairings each month!

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