Two Okanagan restaurants make the cut for Canada’s 100 most romantic places to eat

The restaurants are part of CedarCreek and Quails’ Gate wineries

Diners have spoken and their votes have helped OpenTable, an online restaurant reservation site, put together a list of Canada’s 100 most romantic restaurants.

Two restaurants located in the heart of the Okanagan—Home Block at CedarCreek Estate Winery, in Kelowna, and Old Vines Restaurant at Quails’ Gate Winery, in West Kelowna—made the list.

The list reflects the combined opinions of more than 500,000 restaurant reviews submitted by verified OpenTable diners for more than 3,000 restaurants in Canada.

The restaurants are located in 31 cities across seven provinces. Ontario had 46 establishments listed while B.C. came in with 15.

Old Vines is an all-season farm-to-table restaurant, with a menu built around Quails’ Gate wines.

Home Block boasts natural cooking methods to bring “honest, confident and approachable” food to diners, according to CedarCreek’s website.

“Planning the perfect Valentine’s Day can be stressful, so we’ve rounded up the most romantic dining options from coast to coast,” said Matt Davis, with OpenTable Canada.

“We’re alleviating the pressure of fading the right romantic restaurant and leaving it to diners to take it from there.”

If you have travel plans for Valentine’s Day, you may want to check out OpenTable’s full list to help with your date plans.

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