MTL Blog is here to report on the most romantic Montreal restaurants, according to an online reservation site: OpenTable.\nWe used the data from its Most Romantic Canadian Restaurants For 2020 list to create this list.\nCheck it out below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nHere we are again. OpenTable, the online restaurant reservation site, has just released its Most Romantic Canadian Restaurants For 2020 just in time for Valentine's Day. The site loves its lists. There are lists for every occasion! This time around, 13 "romantic" Montreal restaurants managed to grab spots out of the 100+ countrywide most intimate restaurants.\nThis particular list is based on more than 500,000 user-submitted reviews of over 3,000 restaurants across the country. OpenTable wanted to "honor enticing spots with intimate atmospheres, curated menus and bespoke service so loved ones can connect over a delicious celebration."\nAnd yes, most of the places on this list you may know from such popular hits as Best Restaurants For When You Want To Take Yourself On A Date, Top 100 Canadian Restaurants, and Best Restaurants For A Night Out With A Group, to name a few.\nThere are notable repeats (we're looking at you, Damas), and a few new faces - but all in all there is a vast majority of Montreal heavy-weights that aren't mentioned. As the lists are compiled from user input, if a particular restaurant isn't using OpenTable as its reservation system it can't be considered.\nTake a look below at the 13 Montreal restaurants and see if you agree.\nRather surprisingly, OpenTables data shows that Steakhouses are the most popular type of restaurant on Valentine’s Day - hence the first name on the list:\n40 Westt Steakhouse\n\n\nBar George\n\n\nBonaparte\n\n\nDamas\n\n\nGraziella Restaurant \n\n\nGyu-Kaku\n\n\nHoogan & Beaufort \n\n\nIle Flottante (former Les Deux Singes)\n\n\nL'Atelier de Joel Robuchon\n\n\nLe Filet \n\n\nMaison Boulud\n\n\nRestaurant Le Continental\n\n\nRestaurant Toque!\nView this post on Instagram ...maybe if millennials spent less on brunch and more on particle physics research, they could travel to 1974 and buy a house 🍳🥂 A post shared by Mabruk (@maksterx) on Apr 27, 2019 at 3:07pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram L U N C H For business or just to lunch. Mon-Fri 11:30am-3pm Bar open all the way through to dinner. #lunch #atyourservice #bargeorge A post shared by Bar George (@bargeorgemtl) on Apr 4, 2018 at 3:32pm PDT\nAccording to OpenTable, dinner reservation spike 500% in the days leading up to the coveted February 14 date. So, if you're planning a special dinner you may want to reserve your spot now.\nREAD ALSO: Montreal's New Dating App Actually Sets Up An Entire Date For You And Your Match\n\n\nThe majority of these restaurants also come with what could be a hefty price tag. While some are worth every hard-earned penny, Valentine's Day shouldn't have you eating ramen for the rest of the month. \n View this post on Instagram Je fais un cheers à une année qui vient de se terminer et une nouvelle qui commence 🍾 . . Merci la vie de me surprendre 💖 A post shared by A M E L Y ✨ (@ameliaa30) on Oct 31, 2019 at 11:07am PDT\n\nWhether we all agree with the list or not, Montreal has a ton of options. And really, isn't romance more dependent on who you're with?\n\n\n\n\n\nIf you want to check out the full 108 Canadian restaurants that made OpenTable's Most Romantic Restaurants list, you can find it here.