Now that it’s finally lighter out later, it’s time to have some romantic dates around the city to celebrate the beginning of a new season.
Romantic Restaurants In Metro Vancouver
Something about exposed brick and twinkly lights that just says romance. This chic spot serves some creative Belgian-inspired dishes, sustainable seafood and lots of beer and wine offerings. Make sure to save room for dessert though, they have a dark chocolate torte with marzipan sorbet and a cheese plate with seasonal jam. Grab a seat at 586 Beatty Street to enjoy a romantic meal here with your loved one.
Chef David Hawksworth did it again with this bustling eatery in Vancouver’s downtown core. They serve modern Canadian fare with classic cocktails, making it the perfect place for a date night. Their menu has a little bit of everything and it’s best to get plates to share (which adds to the romantic vibes). Choose from a variety of salads, vegetable dishes, gnocchi and Italian-style pizza. Check it out at 1017 West Hastings Street.
Seasons in the Park
Nothing beats good food with a scenic backdrop. This restaurant serves elevated Pacific Northwest dishes in Queen Elizabeth Park. It offers panoramic views of the city that can’t be beat. Their menu has a variety of dishes, including mussel hot pot, tuna tataki and spaghetti bolognese. Check it out at West 33rd Avenue.
Italian is one of the most romantic cuisines in the world so this is mandatory. Plus, this restaurant is set in a quaint little house for a cozy and romantic atmosphere. They serve classic Italian dishes with a modern take. Enjoy lobster risotto, pappardelle, fettuccine or lamb shank. Grab a bite at 869 Hamilton Street—you won’t regret it.
Tableau Bar & Bistro
Another romantic cuisine is French food. This sleek and modern eatery is one of the best spots for a date in the city. And they whip up some incredible and hearty French bistro dishes that will keep you coming back for more. Dig into French onion soup, mushrooms on toast (to die for), bone marrow or a seafood tower. They also make some awesome cocktails and have a large dessert selection. It’s located at 1181 Melville Street.
Find this gem in Burnaby for some delicious eats in an elegant and romantic setting. Get a citrus braised fennel with prawns, pan-roasted pickerel filet or orange caramelized scallops to try something a little different. Find it at 4120 Hastings Street.
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The relatively new Richmond eatery is a triple threat. It’s one part cafe, one part art gallery and one part French restaurant. Dig into charcuterie, duck confit, steak frites, prawn pasta, oysters and much more at this hot spot. Check it out at 6888 River Road.
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