Everyone loves dinner with a view, and these restaurants do it best. Check out these restaurants with views in Toronto, the GTA, and beyond to start dreaming up your next picture-perfect date night.

From rushing waterfalls to sandy beaches and glittering city lights, these spots overlook some of Ontario’s most captivating scenery.

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Ancaster Mill


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This restaurant at the historic Ancaster Mill overlooks a rushing waterfall and serves delicious seasonal cuisine. Stop by on a Sunday morning for the all-you-can-eat brunch buffet, or an evening date night followed by a stroll along the bridge.

Where: 548 Old Dundas Road

Headwaters Restaurant – Millcroft Inn & Spa

Spectacular views and exceptional food are a match made in heaven if you ask us!

Headwaters Restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner — the perfect pit stop in between spa treatments, hot spring soaks and leisurely walks along the water.

Where: 55 John Street, Alton



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This rooftop restaurant and bar on the 44th floor of Toronto’s Bisha Hotel is the closest thing this city has to the tropics. The sky-high resto faces the CN Tower and the outdoor pool, ideal for cooling off in the summertime.

“Inspired by the Baja Peninsula, Executive Chef Morgan Bellis, unites the bright, fresh, and lively flavours of the Californian coastline by way of colourful dishes and refreshing cocktails,” the description says. Our tastebuds are ready!

Where: 80 Blue Jays Way



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Soaring above Toronto’s skyline, Canoe is located on the 54th floor of the TD Bank Tower.

It serves contemporary Canadian cuisine with the finest locally sourced ingredients, its dishes inspired by the landscapes of the country it calls home.

The atmosphere is both intimate and spacious with ample windows to soak up the incredible views.

Where: 66 Wellington Street West


Isabelle Restaurant & Lounge is a lakeside oasis inside Burlington’s new Pearle Hotel & Spa.

It has both an intimate dining room and an expansive, all-weather terrace where you can soak up the sun and feel like you’re on vacation in every season.

The California coast-inspired menu is made up of plant-forward cuisine and share plates that highlight the freshness and seasonality of Ontario produce.

Where: 3 Elizabeth Street, Burlington

Toronto Beach Club

This Mediterranean dining destination sits right on the sandy shorelines of Toronto’s beaches.

The leafy outdoor terrace overlooks the water, making it the perfect environment for enjoying fresh seafood and refreshing cocktails in the sunshine.

Toronto Beach Club now has an all-you-can-eat weekend brunch service with bottomless cocktails.

Where: 1681 Lake Shore Blvd East



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Celebrity chef Antonio Park’s highly-anticipated restaurant is now open in Toronto.

AP Restaurant is a luxe new destination high above the streets of Yorkville.

It has floor-to-ceiling windows that showcase the breathtaking unobstructed north and south-facing views, which you can also enjoy from two terraces in the warmer months.

Where: 55 Bloor Street West, 51st Floor

There you have it — the best restaurants with views in Toronto and the GTA. Enjoy, friends!