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13 Super Romantic Restaurants To Rekindle Your Love At In Toronto

Winter blues may have gotten to you and your significant other over the last few months. With the Spring season kicking off, flowers shouldn't be the only thing blooming. Your intimacy with your partner should be growing each day too. Sunshine and warm weather makes everyone 10x happier.

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If you're looking to rekindle your love and spark the honeymoon stage in your relationship once again, it's time to plan a few date nights. When the sun sets in the city, romantic vibes scatter throughout Toronto. Instead of going to a restaurant that you venture to on the regular, switch things up to make sparks fly.

Here are a few restaurants in Toronto that you can rekindle your love at: 

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Canoe // 66 Wellington St W

You can't get a better view than from the 54th floor. This stylish & swanky restaurant is perfect for date night feels.

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George // 111C Queen St E

In a secluded courtyard, have a quite & romantic dinner with your love. This formal restaurant is cozy yet elegant.

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Sassafraz // 100 Cumberland St

A magical space in the heart of Yorkville for a romantic dinner with bae after shopping. This fashionable corner dining room has a popular patio for the summertime.

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VOLOS // 133 Richmond St W

Nothing brings two people together like a great saganaki. A nice contemporary setting with traditional Greek cuisine.

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Sotto Sotto // 120 Avenue Rd

Rekindle your feelings over some beef carpaccio. Pretend you're in South-Central Italy for a night out with your lover.

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La Palette // 492 Queen St W

French kiss in this cute restaurant while enjoying some comfort food. Relaxed French kitchen with a great list of beverages to loosen up.

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Playa Cabana Cantina // 111 Dupont Street

Taco 'bout how awesome your relationship is and all the memories you've shared. Their wide range of tequilas will get you going on this date night.

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BUCA Osteria & Enoteca // 604 King St W

*Lady & The Tramp spaghetti scene vibes* Carbs are the way to everyone's heart. Stop by this spot for a delicious plate of pasta with a side of bae.

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Figo // 295 Adelaide St W

This sleek place will get your butterflies going. Figo's dimmed lighting and flowery walls will have you and your partner feeling all types of ways.

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Patria // 478 King St W

Step into love land with Spanish cuisine. From tapas to paella, you'll fall in love all over again.

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Leña Restaurante // 176 Yonge St

When the lighting sets the mood perfectly, you gotta go here. With a 1920s vibe, you'll feel like you're in a scene from Great Gatsby (minus Leo).

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Chantecler // 1320 Queen St W

Cocktails & French food to bring you and your hunnie together. With an exposed brick setting, you'll have a cozy date with your significant other.

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PIANO PIANO // 88 Harbord St

This beautiful exterior will take you into another world with your significant other. Slow down (literally) at this Italian restaurant and work on your relationship with bae.

Stop over-thinking your relationship troubles and remember the first few weeks with your partner. Plan a special date night at one of these restaurants and rekindle that love again.

Comment below which restaurant you're going to try first!

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