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Aug 26, 2011 04:44 AM

Recommendations for romantic dinner?

My boyfriend and I are celebrating an anniversary and I'm trying to decide where we should go. Great food is a must with some good vegetarian options, in the $120-150 range for two (or under!).

Some places I've wanted to try are Enoteca Sociale (we can't get a reservation for tonight, any idea on wait times if we show up?), the new Cafe Belong, and Cava. We are big foodies who are open to any kind of cuisine, as long as it's veggie friendly.

I've been searching the threads but new restaurants are popping up all the time, so I'd love some new recommendations.


1560 Yonge St., Toronto, ON M4T 2S9, CA

Enoteca Sociale
1288 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6J, CA

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  1. As long as we're talking veggie and not vegan, try getting the table in the southeast corner of Weezie's. The salads and pasta dishes are quite good. If they're pescatarian, the seafood at Weezie's is terrific.

    354 King St E, Toronto, ON M5A1K9, CA

    1. 93 Harbord is a great place for vegetarians and it's really romantic.

      93 Harbord
      93 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M5S1G4, CA

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      1. re: canadianbeaver

        Thanks for both recommendations! They sound great. And yes, not talking vegan -- and fish is okay.

        Also, Weezie's doesn't have a website. Does anyone know their menu and what sort of pasta/fish dishes they have?

        354 King St E, Toronto, ON M5A1K9, CA

        1. re: earthmomma

          Salads are stellar, her veggie sides are good enough to be mains with a little support, the pasta dish that's always on the menu escapes me right now, but it's good and there's typically one more as a special. If fish is okay, you really can't do better in this city than ask for the fish special of the night. She does things with seafood I wouldn't normally order that sends me straight to heaven. It's one of those menus that doesn't excite when you read it. Once you taste, it's all over.

      2. L.A.B. has a vegan chef/owner. There are always vegetarian options.

        1. I should say that you might want to repost this asking for romantic restaurants for pescatarians. You'll get far more targeted responses.