From Toronto with Love!

You like her. And you want to tell her that she is someone special to you. You already know the words you are going to say. But something is missing…The ideal place!

CityEvents has unearthed some places where couples can spend a great time during this summer in Toronto. Pick a place and let your creativity and imagination surprise your sweetheart!

Any other ideas of some romantic places you have been? Comment and let CityEvents knows where it is!

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Here are some suggestions of where to go with your special someone in Toronto.

– The Flower Garden at Rosehill Reservoir in David A. Balfour park
– The warm atmosphere of the restaurant El Catrin at Distillery District, awarded as restaurant for a best first date by Dine TO’s and named one of toronto’s best mexican restaurants by

– Nice public patio, in front of the restaurant SassaFraz, with Waterfall next to “Gelato, Simply Italian” at 146 Cumberland Street
– Outdoor fireplace couches at Brassaii, Café-Restaurant-Lounge
– Under the paper heart trees at Trinity Bell Park, call and wait for your dropoffs picnic baskets:

1/ Sushi Place
2/ Fiesta Farms
3/ Clafouti


Country General:

– Grab a blanket and attend the “Shakespeare in High Park” (June 26 – August 31)
– Meet each other in the summer sunset at Nathan Philips square
– An escape to the Toronto Islands
– Enjoy live symphony at Casa Loma, Every Wednesday
– Check out one of the Outdoor movie locations during all summer, revisit an old classic.
– Rent bikes at Evergreen brickworks and bike through the ravine
- The Waterfront Tuesday Dinner series at Palais Royale 



Author: Annie NGUYEN

Valentine’s Day Event Tip


1. Set a Romantic Scene: Set up a scene that evokes feelings of love and desire – a lacy white or red table cloth with candles, fancy napkins and good china and wine glasses. Get creative – why not get cozy and do your dinner on a blanket by the fireplace or sit on pillows by your coffee table!

2. Plan a Romantic Menu: Take your lover’s likes and dislikes into consideration, maybe there is something special that he or she has always loved or something that they have always wanted to try? Foods that are red, pink, and white evoke the spirit of the holiday.

3. Serve a Romantic Dessert: This is one of the most important aspects for the entire meal as it will set the tone for the rest of your evening. Chocolate is known for it’s mood and libido enhancing properties so chocolate cake, brownies, or cupcakes are great choices. You could also try a fruity desert with Valentine’s Day theme colours like white chocolate raspberry cheesecake or strawberry sorbet with whipped cream!