18 restaurants for Valentine's Day dinner in Toronto
Valentine's Day in Toronto is nearly upon us again and restaurants are pulling out all the stops to help celebrate. Treat that special someone to a prix fixe splurge or romantic candlelit outing at one of these spots.
Indian Street Food Co.
Get hot and spicy at this Indian canteen in Leaside where a four-course prix-fixe menu is priced at $49 per person.
The Ossington restaurant is offering a special four-course menu on Valentine's Day for $65 per person. The menu features butter poached lobster, hedgehog mushroom soup, roasted dry aged striploin and a dark chocolate tart for dessert.
Make a splash this V-Day at with a romantic dinner under the sea at Toronto's new Italian pescatarian restaurant. The $75 prix fixe menu features hamachi crudo, egg yolk raviolo and more.
The sultry smokehouse on Queen East is offering s five-course menu on Valentine's Day priced at $69 per person.
The "Romantical Weekend" at this Richmond Street restaurant includes set dinner menus priced at $50 and $70 available February 12 to 14.
Drake One Fifty
The restaurant in the Financial District is offering a seductive four-course dinner for $80 on Saturday, February 13 and Sunday February 14. The special menu includes dressed oysters, sea bream crudo, seared scallops in lobster sauce and pan roasted racks of lamb followed by indulgent desserts.
The Mexican restaurant on Queen West celebrates V-Day from Thursday, February, 11 to Saturday, February 13. The Mexican Fiesta features free shots of tequila, a multi course meal and a phallic dessert for $40.
The Yorkville restaurant is offering a four course dinner for $125 per person on Saturday, February 13 and Sunday, February 14. Highlights include beef tartare, artichoke salad, roasted venison with red fife späetzle and tarte tatin.
The second floor Momofuku restaurant is offering three or four course valentine's day prix fixe dinner menu for $75 per person and $95 per person respectively. Highlights include lobster or dry aged sirloin entrees.
The College Street restaurant hosts Paula Costa for a Valentine's Day edition of its Supper Club dubbed 7 Deadly Sins. The dinner is BYOB (no corkage fee) and costs $80 per person for a seven dish supper.
Love is in the air at this Susur Lee/Drake collaboration. The restaurant will be offering a four course prix fixe menu priced at $95 per guest.
Colette Grand Cafe
The romantic Parisian bistro is offering special prix fixe menu for $85 per person featuring selections foie gras terrine, cheese soufflé, ricotta cavatelli and red snapper Almondine.
Skin + Bones
The Leslieville wine bar will be serving up a $55 feast on Saturday, February 13 and Sunday February, 14.
Treat your loved one to an eight-course tasting menu at this restaurant hidden away inside the Templar Hotel. Dinner is priced at $100 per person including a complimentary glass of prosecco.
The Queen West restaurant celebrates Valentine's Day with snacks, four courses and salted caramel truffles for $95. Selections include sea scallops and mushroom salad, ricotta ravioli with shaved Perigord black truffles and halibut cheeks a la plancha.
The Junction restaurant hosts an Anti-Valentines dance party for singles on Friday, February 12. Couples can enjoy an aphrodisiac inspired prix fixe menu on Sunday, February 14 priced at $65 per person including a glass of bubbly.
Little Shmiddy's Hot Meat House
The Cabbagetown restaurant invites couples to get cozy over a three-course meal priced at $50. Served Both Saturday and Sunday, each meal opens with a complimentary blood orange cocktail and includes selections like beef cheek parppardelle, rack of lamb and pavlova.
The Junction restaurant presents a $40 four-course Valentine's Day menu themed around one night in Paris. Meat eaters and vegans alike will find something to love from choices including coq au vin and tagliatelle Provencal.
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Photo of Indian Street Food Co. by Hector Vasquez.
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