Love is in the air in Toronto and so are some amazing and romantic deals this Valentine’s Day! The list of options to choose from is truly endless and there’s definitely something for everyone. Here are the top places to check out for this love-filled season:
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with an exclusive prix fixe menu inspired by the bright, fresh flavours of California’s coast. Montecito’s $80 four-course dinner menu is filled with dishes that are sure to inspire a little romance, including the burrata with pickled cherry gastrique, silky lobster risotto, and cornish hen with roasted root vegetables.
Enjoy with an expertly-selected bottle of wine in the main dining room (including half-price bottles of rosé!) , or with a cocktail and a live music performance in the Palm Lounge.
The a la carte menu will not be available on Valentine’s Day.
Whether you’re planning a special dinner for two or gathering your friends for a Galentine’s Day celebration, visit Baro for an unforgettable evening. In the main dining room, you can expect an exclusive 4-course menu of South American-inspired dishes, along with special cocktails to mark the occasion.
For those celebrating with friends, head upstairs to The Loft for a special Galentine’s Day Dinner, featuring a 5-course menu introduced by executive chef Steve Gonzalez.
For an amazing dinner in the most romantic setting, look no further than DASHA for your Valentine’s Day plans. Start your evening with one of DASHA’s cocktails at the bar, followed by a multi-course dinner featuring XO Scallops, Black Pepper Steak, and special Valentine’s Day Har Gow in one of the restaurants cozy booths for $68.
From February 14 to February 16, KINTORI YAKITORI will be offering a Sirloin Wagyu Steak ($35), Valentine’s Day Skewer Set ($22), which includes Wagyu Beef, Hamachi (Yellowtail), Lettuce Maki (Pork belly wrapped lettuce), and Kinako Lava Cake ($6) with milk chocolate filling and matcha ice cream. To top the evening off, a complimentary beverage will be offered to all reserved customers. There is an option of alcoholic or non-alcoholic.
Set the stage for romance with Bisha Hotel Toronto’s exclusive Valentine’s day package. Located in the heart of the entertainment district, the hotel specializes in laid-back luxury and this Valentine’s Day will be featuring;
- Romantic Welcome Amenity,
- 3-course dinner at KOST, the 44th rooftop restaurant and bar with unparalleled panoramic views of the city.
- Prices starting at $565
Death & Taxes Free House is teaming up with Kensington Brewing Company to offer a celebratory four-course beer pairing dinner. The evening will feature unique signature brews from KBC alongside a carefully prepared menu of Italian-inspired dishes.
Whether Valentine’s Day is being celebrated for romance, friendship, or by treating yourself to a delicious meal and tasty beers, this dinner is a guaranteed pleaser, and it’s priced right at $65 per person.
Dinner will begin at 7:00pm on Friday February 14th and tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite.
Check into Bosk restaurant with your significant other and enjoy a romantic three-course dinner experience in our intimate dining room, while listening to live music. As a special romantic treat, each table will receive a complimentary rose and a special takeaway gift for you and your partner to enjoy. Three-course dinner experience is priced at $130 per person, not including taxes and gratuities.
Wine pairing is available for an additional $30. Seating times: 5:30 pm, 7:30 pm, and 9:30 pm.
Executive chef Ben Heaton has an authentic Spanish menu for two to share this day of love. For $85 per person, delicious dishes include bacon wrapped dates, suckling pig, patatas bravas and a hazelnut mousse.
Menu for two, $85 per person with $45 wine pairing option
STK will have food and drink specials all weekend long that are sure to ‘wow’ your date. Try the Soy Honey Glazed Ahi Tuna, Roasted Halibut Filet or the 10 oz Beef Fillet Rossini.
Hoping for a meal to be shared for two? Opt for the Porterhouse 28oz Surf & Turf and for dessert, the Chocolate Lava Marshmallow cake, topped with raspberry jam & dust and a rich white chocolate ice cream.
The Broadview Hotel’s specially curated Valentine’s Day menu is available at The Civic.
Designed to create the perfect date night experience for you and your significant other, this five course menu features fresh oysters, prawns, beet salad, a flavourful grilled striploin and ends with a decadent chocolate torte. With its charm and rustic flair, The Civic is the perfect place to celebrate love with your Valentine.
This five-course meal is priced at $85 per person.
Storm Crow Manor’s collaboration with nerd-bakery The Grand Order of Divine Sweets (The GOoDS) to create the sweetest/creepiest Valentine’s treat in Toronto: the Valententacle
Handcrafted chocolate tentacles burst from the depths of this black bleeding heart – made of decadent chocolate cake, dripping with chocolate glaze and layered with tantalizing sea salt caramel filling.
Enjoy a four-course dinner at The One Eighty Restaurant this Valentine’s Day, priced at $259 per couple. Guests have the option to choose from a variety of stunning options like Fresh Shucked Oysters, Roasted Halibut, Beet Risotto, Cassis Lemon Tart and more.
For Valentine’s Day, ONE Restaurant is running decadent specials alongside their a la carte menu. Chef McEwan and Chef Piquette are especially looking forward to serving Miso Lobster on a bed of sautéed greens and crispy rice.
This Yorkville hotspot os located at the chic Hazelton Hotel. The sumptuous bar, tree-lined candle lit patio and lavish dining room make for an immersive dining experience day or night.
This Valentine’s Day, Nadège will be offering special love-inspired pastries. Available for a limited time, pick up your loved one a delicate red velvet macarons decorated with hearts.
Northern Maverick Brewing Co. will be offering a romantic three-course Valentine’s Day menu for $35 per person. Some of the options available include oysters on the half shell, a cheese board with locally sourced offerings, Argentinian flank steak with a chimichurri sauce, a delicious Crème Brûlée with chocolate-covered strawberries.
This Valentine’s Day, Pusateri’s has once again curated a3 course Valentine’s Menu for Two ($235 CAD) as an easy option for couples to have an exquisite dinner date in the comfort of their own home. This menu includes an appetizer, entrée and dessert, from sous vide beef tenderloin and butter poached crab legs to chocolate covered strawberries!
A fully-catered romantic dinner in puts a twist on traditional date ideas and makes for a sentimental surprise for loved ones.
Whether you’re planning to get away for the weekend, or looking to impress your date, Turo can help. Turo is a peer-to-peer car sharing marketplace (like Airbnb, but for cars) where users can choose to book from over 30,000 cars in Canada depending on their need:
- Looking for a rugged vehicle for a romantic cottage outing? Go with the Jeep Gladiator;
- Want to splurge on your date at a fancy restaurant? Drive them there in a Porsche Boxter.
You can even search by car colour and pick a red option to keep it within the Valentine’s theme.