Four Windsor Restaurants Are Romantic

The quaint bistro setting of Oxley Estate Winery was ranked one of four area restaurants by OpenTable as most romantic.Photo by Ian Shalapata.

The quaint bistro setting of Oxley Estate Winery was ranked one of four area restaurants by OpenTable as most romantic.
Photo by Ian Shalapata.

(WINDSOR, ON) – Windsor and its neighbouring communities have some nice restaurants. But, how many are the most romantic in Canada? It turns out four are among a list of Canada’s 100 Most Romantic Restaurants calculated by OpenTable, a unit of the Priceline Group.

The eatery selections were based on the combined opinions of more than 500,000 restaurant reviews submitted by verified OpenTable diners for more than 2,000 restaurants in Canada.

Windsor and area’s four romantic dining places are Mettawas Station Mediterranean Restaurant, Neros Steakhouse at Caesars Windsor, Oxley Estate Winery, and Take Five Bistro.

Although romantic restaurants can be found in 46 cities across nine provinces, Ontario leads the nation with 40 establishments. The most romantic area of the country might well be the Niagara region. It has 12 of Canada’s most romantic restaurants.

OpenTable did not find this odd, but suggested it reinforces Niagara’s reputation as the honeymoon capital of the world.

The rich wood accents helped to rank Mettawas Station in Kingsville as one of four area restaurants by OpenTable as most romantic.Photo by Ian Shalapata.

The rich wood accents helped to rank Mettawas Station in Kingsville as one of four area restaurants by OpenTable as most romantic.
Photo by Ian Shalapata.

The list includes celebrated romantic spots such as Seasons in the Park with a stunning panoramic view of Vancouver’s skyline, Montreal’s French classic Restaurant Le Continental, and the charming Inn on the Twenty.

In addition to ambiance, Canadians also favour particular cuisines for their romantic dinners. Steakhouses and Italian restaurants were top choices while Canadian, Continental, and French cuisines were also popular.

“From coast to coast, Canada has endless romantic dining options,” said Caroline Potter, OpenTable’s Chief Dining Officer.

The list was made available in the run-up to Valentine’s Day so loving couples could have some options when seeking memorable experiences, from casual to fine dining.

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