Hello, Vancouver! With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, we thought it would be a good time to make a roundup of some great treats and meals to enjoy around Vancouver. We’ve got everything from special drinks to sweet treats and of course, some amazing dinner options for takeout and dine-in. Let’s see what’s out there!

Here are 14 great options for Valentine’s Day meals and treats in Vancouver.

Temper Chocolate & Pastry

Temper makes some of the most beautiful chocolates and pastries in the city, and they outdo themselves every Valentine’s Day. Grab their latest creations- ranging from heart-shaped chocolates to strawberry cheesecake, for some lighter treats.

When: Now available to order
Where: 2409 Marine Drive, West Vancouver
Cost: Varies, Pick up available

BETA5 Chocolates

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Of course, we need to include the other heavyweight name in the city. BETA5 has gone with a pastel colourway that we’re loving. Our advice? Grab a chocolate bar for sure, but don’t pass up on their cream puff options either.

When: Now available to order
Where: 409 Industrial Avenue
Cost: Varies, Pick up available


This year, Nuba is sticking with a delicious sounding dessert for the big day. The Coconut Nuhallabiya uses panna cotta, strawberry compote, rose and vanilla to make an amazing sweet treat. We think you should also grab their tiramisu, and go halfsies.

When: Available February 13th and 14th
Where: All Nuba locations
Cost: $8, Dine-in only

Hot Chocolate Fest

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With so many options available during Hot Chocolate Fest, we think it’s hard to pick just one. So instead, we suggest clicking the link above to check out our top 10 picks this year. Then, treat your special someone every few days leading up to Valentine’s for extra romance.

When: Available now
Where: All around Vancouver
Cost: Varies, Takeout, and dine-in at some locations

Medina Cafe

Think that brunch is sexier than dinner? Hey, they don’t call it afternoon delight for no reason. Lucky for you, Medina has your back with not one but three different brunch kits, showcasing their most popular items.

When: February 13th
Where: 780 Richards Street
Cost: $125, Takeout and delivery available

Belgard Kitchen

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Do you think cooking together is as romantic as eating together? You’re in luck because Belgard Kitchen is offering a sumptuous three-course meal (with optional wine pairings) and they can walk you through cooking it. Start with seared scallops, then enjoy a mushroom truffle risotto, and cap things off with some chocolate fondant cake. Not bad for a romantic night in.

When: Available February 12th to 14th
Where: 55 Dunlevy Avenue
Cost: $95 and up (serves two), takeout and delivery available

Railtown Catering

The next option is a little easier but does still require reheating to, you know, get the juices flowing. This 5-course tasting menu includes some decadent dishes, like foie gras, lobster bisque, and beef short rib. Plus, they’ve got vegetarian substitutions available, and we’ve always trusted them there.

When: Available February 12th to 14th
Where: 397 Railway Street
Cost: $199 (serves two), takeout available

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Juke Fried Chicken

Sometimes anti-romance options can be just as romantic. Flip the Valentine’s Day meal on its head and watch an action movie while tucking into a big ol’ bucket of chicken, or with Beetbox, some Chick-Un Finger ‘bouquets’. Personally, we think this could work out.

When: Available for pre-order, pick-up on February 14th
Where: Two locations
Cost: $29 for JUKE and $24 for Beetbox

B House

The first of two very reasonably priced options on this list. B House is offering a special three-course meal, with pate to start, a surf and turf for two as a main, and a chocolate molten brownie for dessert. Considering these guys just opened in the fall last year, this is a great way to check them out.

When: February 14th
Where: 2270 Commercial Drive
Cost: $49 per person, dine-in only

Fable Diner

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Meanwhile, Fable Diner is doing some classics at a great price. Their 3-course dine-in special features a variety of options, like mussels, steak and strawberry shortcake for dessert. They’ll also be unveiling special takeout options closer to the day.

When: February 14th
Where: 151 E Broadway
Cost: $45 and up per person, takeout, delivery and dine-in available

Say Mercy!

And, we’re capping things off with some more luxurious picks. Say Mercy! picked two incredible cuisines to marry- BBQ and Italian. Start with a seafood-oriented charcuterie board. Then, enjoy their signature sirloin steak with some amazing sides. Finally, treat yourself to chocolate fondue with all the dipping options you’d want.

When: February 13th
Where: 4298 Fraser Street
Cost: $130 (serves two), takeout only

Ancora Waterfront


Both the Ambleside and the False Creek locations are offering amazing dinners, so this is a mix of convenience and luxury. The amazing Nikkei cuisine on feature here never disappoints. Pro-tip- for only $10 more, the West Van location adds 2 additional courses to the meal.

When: February 14th
Where: Two locations in Vancouver
Cost: $85-$95, dine-in only

Gotham Steakhouse

We don’t know why, but it’s hard to top a surf and turf meal on Valentine’s Day. So, we have to include this decadent option from Gotham. Plus, you get to cap the three-course meal off with a delicious Devil’s Food Cake. It’s a classic and for good reason.

When: February 9th to February 14th
Where: 615 Seymour Street
Cost: $199 (serves two), takeout, delivery and dine-in available


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Of course, we need to include one of Vancouver’s most romantic restaurants. Botanist is pulling out all the stops this year, featuring a six-course tasting menu that includes things like caviar, wagyu striploin, and red sea bream. Naturally, this is the priciest option on the list, too.

When: February 13th and February 14th
Where: 1038 Canada Place
Cost: $148 per person, dine-in only

And that’s our roundup of some amazing treats and meals to enjoy during Valentine’s Day in Vancouver this year! We hope that you make the most of it, folks!