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The Best Valentine's Day Dinners in Toronto

The Best Valentine's Day Dinners in Toronto

The Best Valentine's Day Dinners in Toronto

The best Valentine's Day dinners in Toronto pack enough luxurious, luscious bites to make any sweetheart swoon.

Even if "pandemic" doesn't generally come to mind when you picture the most romantic day of the year, embrace the intimate nature of a forced Valentine's Day indoors, and you'll find plenty to love. Cozy up for the night with one of these impressive feasts and, whether you're celebrating solo, with your honey or a full house, we guarantee that bliss will fill the air. With enough options for everyone, from revered French classics, to aphrodisiacal morsels and playful plates, don't be surprised when these V-day menus steal the spotlight this year.

419 College St

Quetzal

Quetzal

Although Grant van Gameren's refined Mexican restaurant has been closed on and off since the onset of the pandemic and has instead converted to a takeaway-only Sinaloa-style chicken spot, Don Pollo, the restaurant, announced a special launch for Valentine's Day. Keep an eye out on their Instagram for updates!

181 Wellington St W

TOCA

TOCA

TOCA's V-Day menu, available for preorder from Tock until February 9th, includes four courses, plus homemade mini ciabatta with flavoured butters and must-have chocolate covered strawberries.

488 Wellington St W

Marben

Marben

Keep things light and lively with Marben's '80s-themed, 4-course Valentine's Day spread. Each dinner for two includes pizza rolls, Caesar salad, chicken Cordon Bleu, "16-Candles" layer cake with Galliano frosting and movie snacks to boot.

592 Sherbourne St

Maison Selby

Maison Selby

Impress your date with dinner for two from Maison Selby. With beet carpaccio, scallop mousseline, daube de boeuf au chocolat and white chocolate and blood orange gâteau, there's plenty to love among the restaurant's Valentine's Day offerings.

Will You Be My QuaranTINE? Kit for 2

Will You Be My QuaranTINE? Kit for 2

Favorites Thai BBQ chef Haan Palcu-Chang's "Will you be my quaranTINE kit" includes dinner for two, featuring onion dip with chips, farro, feta and toasted almond pesto salad, ribeye and, for dessert, almond panna cotta. With flowers and custom-made conversation cards by local artist Tisha Myles, it's got everything you need for a happy valentine.

161 Bay St

Chotto Matte

Chotto Matte

With Chotto Matte's Love-Down Recipe Kit, you're guaranteed a fun-filled night and delicious dinner all in one. Each kit includes fresh proteins and vegetables, along with a tabletop hibachi grill for barbecuing them, gyozas, dipping sauces, dessert and cocktails.

60 Yorkville Ave

Cafe Boulud

Cafe Boulud

Lavish your loved one with a 3-course French dinner from Café Boulud. Feast on veal cheek bourguignon or whole rotisserie duck, followed by jasmine and raspberry St. Honoré for dessert. Optional cocktail, wine and dessert add-ons, as well as vegetarian and vegan alternatives, are also available.

Burger Drops x Dabble Market Exclusive Valentine's Day Drop Box

Burger Drops x Dabble Market Exclusive Valentine's Day Drop Box

Order a Valentine's Day spread from Toronto's best burger joint. Opt for the two or four-pack, comprised of smash burgers, onion rings and French fries, as well as two completely new Burger Drop's menu items (available exclusive to Dabble), a spicy and sweet fried chicken sandwich and a decadent coco pudding dessert. Reserve your virtual pop-up spot here!

The Best Valentine's Day Dinners in Toronto

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The Best Valentine's Day Dinners in Toronto

Christine Peddie

Christine Peddie

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The best Valentine's Day dinners in Toronto pack enough luxurious, luscious bites to make any sweetheart swoon.

Even if "pandemic" doesn't generally come to mind when you picture the most romantic day of the year, embrace the intimate nature of a forced Valentine's Day indoors, and you'll find plenty to love. Cozy up for the night with one of these impressive feasts and, whether you're celebrating solo, with your honey or a full house, we guarantee that bliss will fill the air. With enough options for everyone, from revered French classics, to aphrodisiacal morsels and playful plates, don't be surprised when these V-day menus steal the spotlight this year.

Will You Be My QuaranTINE? Kit for 2

Will You Be My QuaranTINE? Kit for 2

Favorites Thai BBQ chef Haan Palcu-Chang's "Will you be my quaranTINE kit" includes dinner for two, featuring onion dip with chips, farro, feta and toasted almond pesto salad, ribeye and, for dessert, almond panna cotta. With flowers and custom-made conversation cards by local artist Tisha Myles, it's got everything you need for a happy valentine.

Burger Drops x Dabble Market Exclusive Valentine's Day Drop Box

Burger Drops x Dabble Market Exclusive Valentine's Day Drop Box

Order a Valentine's Day spread from Toronto's best burger joint. Opt for the two or four-pack, comprised of smash burgers, onion rings and French fries, as well as two completely new Burger Drop's menu items (available exclusive to Dabble), a spicy and sweet fried chicken sandwich and a decadent coco pudding dessert. Reserve your virtual pop-up spot here!