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I remember the first time I ate at Philthy McNasty’s well. It was the recommendation of one of my girlfriends; we were about to go watch Dirty Dancing, the play, at the Royal Alexandra Theatre but wanted to grab some … Continue reading
Hey Torontonians, when was the last time you went to the CN Tower? For couples who are looking for a place to celebrate a late Valentine’s weekend, why not take it to the top of the world- literally! Through February 15-18, there’s a buy-one-get-one-free pass (see website for details) up the tower. For a light meal and refreshments, spend some time at Horizons Café, located at 1136 feet on the Look Out level. Continue reading
From the Beer Bistro website: “In a recent brunch revue: Brunch Spotlight’ on Toronto.com beerbistro was touted as “a good place to take a date or best friend for an upscale brunch experience” , the food comments included: ‘The Eggs Benny served on russet potato scallion latkas rule” “try the Chambly smoked salmon and asparagus or the lobster, sweet pea and smoked cheddar varieties” and “Can’t go wrong either with their great tasting Beer Bistro Burger with Belgian ale on a buttermilk bun…’. The kitchen works diligently to bring you a brunch menu that features new and inventive takes on seasonal – traditional brunch time fare. A Fresh market menu means our bakers are in early every morning making fresh breads, pastries, and muffins so that you can enjoy a bakery basket right out of the oven!
Alright, the results are in people and impressively that didn’t take long at all. Clearly and quite proudly we’ve got some pretty high sexually charged amorous appetites here in Toronto. Initially I was going to wait a bit longer before reporting back on the top list contenders but then I thought to myself, “Why be cruel and draw it out when I could otherwise spread the amorous wealth immediately?” So are you ready? Think you know what they are? Well, think again! Just kidding. These are your results so you should definitely have some idea, but a few just might still surprise you…
One of the most romantic things to do in Toronto is to dine near the top of the CN Tower at the 360 Restaurant, more than one thousand feet above the city. Dozens of marriage proposals have been tendered there each year. If you snag a table for Christmas Eve and pop the question, you’ll want to buy the photograph that will be taken of you and your honey before you ascend. Otherwise, don’t be fooled (as I was) into believing this is one of the extensive security checks that precede your journey up to the restaurant.
By Farris Green
Imagine yourself 51 stories above the busy city streets staring into a sea of spectacular lights and the one and only CN Tower. No this isn’t you’re typical tourist hot spot in the Tower’s 360 Restaurant or in a high rise condo downtown, it’s another fantastic spot to take someone for a romantic time out with a view.
Panorama is at 55 Bloor Street West in Yorkville. There is nothing better than a unique stop off either at the beginning or near the end of your night with your beau. The lounge has trendy music and a great atmosphere.
Not only could you enjoy one of their tasty martinis or specialty cocktails but you can also make your way up in their elevator to taste one of their delectable desserts made for two. The chocolate fondue for a duo is my favourite including fresh fruit and rich delicious chocolate to smother your fruit in.