February 10, 2004  
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Fine dining on Valentine’s Day

So, you want to impress your date this Valentine’s Day by taking her (or him... this IS the 21st century, after all) to a swanky restaurant? Well, the A&E department is here to help. Below are a few of London’s finest and most romantic dining spots that are sure to impress that “special someone.” Conversely, if you aren’t in a relationship, it’s still a great excuse to go out with some friends for an Anti-Valentine’s bash. And if you play your cards right, you just may run into some bitter, cynical Gazette editors. Hurray for V-Day!

Bertoldi’s
650 Richmond St.
438-4343
This Italian Trattoria offers a variety of delicious dishes, including many flavourful pastas. Reasonable prices and an elegant atmosphere.

Black Trumpet
523 Richmond St.
850-1500
A classy Richmond Row favourite that delivers a true fine dining experience. Prices are expensive, but once a year you have to splurge.

Blue Ginger/Red Lounge
644 Richmond St.
434-5777
A favourite of The Gazette! Blue Ginger offers a classy atmosphere and delicious food. Their signature dish, Fire & Ice, is out of this world.

Fellini Koolini’s
153-155 Albert St.
642-2300
This place is a Western staple, and a Valentine’s Day hot spot, as it offers a perfect date atmosphere.

Garlic’s
481 Richmond St.
432-4092
Conveniently located downtown near The Grand Theatre, Garlic’s is expensive, but a definite treat.

Michael’s on the Thames
1 York St.
672-0111
Great food and great entertainment, as the maître’d presents food with a smile — and a song!

—Megan O’Toole

 

 

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