Valentine's Day is coming up, and that means you're either a) wondering how much Ben and Jerry's one person can eat on their own or b) frantically trying to book you and your significant other a table for dinner.
If you happen to be the latter, you're in luck, because OpenTable has revealed their 100 Most Romantic Restaurants in Canada, and we've listed a few of the best ones in Ontario from the list.
Generated from more than 500,000 restaurant reviews collected from verified OpenTable diners between December 1, 2016 and November 30, 2017, these restaurants are the creme of the crop: They're as romantic as romantic gets, so if you're looking to book a Valentine's night you'll remember, you may want to book a table at one of these ASAP.
So without further ado, here are the most romantic restaurants in Ontario:
360 The Restaurant at the CN Tower
Where: 301 Front St W, Toronto
Why You Should Go: The CN Tower's 350-metre high revolving restaurant offers regional Canadian fare and stunning panoramic views.
Where: 33 Elm St, Toronto
Why You Should Go: Rustic, romantic interior with intimate space for seafood and other dishes from Portugal and Spain, plus a large Portuguese wine list.
Where: 1 Benvenuto Pl, Toronto
Why You Should Go: Sophisticated French haute cuisine in an upscale space with skyline views and a casual (and delicious) bistro.
The Drawing Room - The Prince of Wales Hotel
Why You Should Go: Set in a Victorian building and annexes, this polished hotel is a 5-minute walk from the waterfront and features elegant rooms and suites. Dining options include a fine-dining restaurant with views of Simcoe Park, an informal library-style eatery with a patio, and a drawing room for afternoon tea.
Where: 540 Rochester St, Ottawa
Why You Should Go: Classy space serving only an upmarket 12-course tasting menu with a focus on molecular gastronomy. Perfect for a fancy Valentine's Day dinner.
Days on Front
Where: 730 Front Rd, Kingston
Why You Should Go: A sophisticated space with a contemporary spin on Canadian fare using local, seasonal ingredients.
Where: 119 Jones St, Oakville
Why You Should Go: An elegant venue for Italian cuisine, with a lengthy wine list and live jazz piano nightly. Ultimate class.
Where: 100 Water St N, Cambridge
Why You Should Go: Farm meets chic in this upmarket chophouse with wood-fired pizzas and water views in a quaint circa-1844 renovated mill.
Auberge du Pommier
Where: 4150 Yonge St, North York
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Why You Should Go: Sophisticated French cuisine and an expansive wine list offered in an elegant, romantic atmosphere.
Where: 1 Johnson St, Kingston
Why You Should Go: Elegant restaurant serving gourmet Canadian fare and fine wines in a relaxed space with water views. They also have great cocktails and vegetarian options.
Charcoal Steak House
Where: 2980 King St E, Kitchener
Why You Should Go: Upscale venue offering steak dishes with seafood & pasta. Late-night food and vegetarian options are also available.
Why You Should Go: This cosy space offers seafood and steaks with an emphasis on local ingredients. The refined, brick-exposed space has top notch cocktails and live music, too.
Where: 17 Yorkville Ave, Toronto
Why You Should Go: A romantic atmosphere and live ambient music make this restaurant a must-visit. The contemporary Italian dishes are also delicious.
Where: 548 Old Dundas Rd, Ancaster
Why You Should Go: Romance at its best. This scenic creekside eatery in a restored mill offers farm-to-table entrees and fixed-price lunch. They have suburb cocktails, too.
AG at The Sterling
Why You Should Go: This high-end, cosy restaurant features seasonal, locally inspired fare, regional wines and a lounge area.