Autumn is right around the corner and, along with bundling up in scarves and thick sweaters, that means it’s also the time for cozying up at a nice restaurant with your loved one.
Toronto is full of romantic spots to do just that, across a variety of districts. When visiting the city this season, make sure to make a reservation at one of these three restaurants and book your rental vehicle with us here at Zoom Rentals.
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Actinolite is named as one of the “most essential places to eat in Ontario, if not Canada” by the Globe and Mail, Actinolite offers fresh, simple, and seasonal cuisine that’s inspired by farmer’s markets and locally sourced — often harvesting their own urban garden in the back. The red brick facade invites you in to a cozy and casual dining room with candle-lit tables, and ta rotating menu that’s truly farm-to-table will have you stay the night.
Bricco Kitchen and Wine Bar Tucked away in the historic Junction village, this lovely restaurant takes its name from the Piedmont region in Italy — an area known for its meaningful connection to food and wine. The menu is Italian with Mediterranean influences, featuring items like handmade pasta and a daily tomato-based fish stew. With flower-adorned table tops, dim lighting, and an open concept floor, there’s no surprise Bricco has often been named one of the most romantic restaurants in Toronto.
Edulis Restaurant Crafting their menu — which changes both daily and with the season — with a strong emphasis on seafood, vegetables, and wild mushroom, Edulis offers fresh, French-inspired cuisine that comes with a side of European hospitality. Choose from five or seven incredible courses at this multi-award-winning (including #3 in the Top 100 Best Restaurants in Canada) eatery.