OpenTable recently released its list of Canada’s Top 25 Restaurants For Solo Dining and five Montreal restaurants made the cut!\nLet's be honest, who's a better company than yourself?\nFind out where your next solo dining spot should be!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nThere are two schools of people: those that wouldn't think twice about dining out alone and those who wouldn't be caught dead in a restaurant solo. But according to data from OpenTable, spending some quality alone time is increasingly popular. Since 2017 single person reservations have grown by 75 percent. OpenTable just released Canada’s Top 25 Restaurants For Solo Dining and a few Montreal restaurants made the list.\nThe list of restaurants was based on over 500,000 reviews of more than 3,000 restaurants throughout the country with the highest percent of solo reservations (along with other criteria like food and service).\nToronto had the highest amount of restaurants on the list by far with 10 spots, surprisingly Montreal restos only placed with five.\nI've always been a fan of eating alone. Sometimes it's because of travel, or no one else is available on a certain night, or I don't feel like arguing with friends over where to eat. And other times I just don't feel like having to talk to another human unless they are actively bringing me food or beverages.\nSo, if you're thinking of treating yourself to a solo dinner, check out these five best restaurants according to OpenTable.\nChez Sophie\nView this post on Instagram I like to take my husbands clothes and re appropriate them (and because I fit in his clothes...). Today’s persona (and I have many, my husband can attest to that) features rushing artist going to the restaurant and finishing her 7 foot by 7 foot oil on canvas painting in her studio. #mtl #mtleats #mtlresto #montreal #montrealfood #montrealrestaurant #foodie #foody #foodblog #foodpics #fashion #foodphotography #foodstagram #foodlover #foodpic #foodgram #healthyeating #healthylifestyle #healthyfood #fitnessgirl #yummy #yummilicious #yummylicious #fancydinner #gourmet #gourmetfood #cookedtoperfection #tastemontreal, #datenight A post shared by Charlotte Dab (@charlotte.dab) on Dec 24, 2018 at 10:34am PST\nWhere: 1974 Notre-Dame St W\nLocated in trendy Griffintown, Chez Sophie serves up its take on modern French and Italian-inspired dishes. The service is impeccable. The dining room is brightly lit, so if you're a little nervous about going it alone, it won't feel like you're taking yourself out for a candle-lit dinner.\nVisit their website!\nDamas\nView this post on Instagram Tables are set. Looking forward to the weekend. // Les tables sont prêtes. Nous avons hâte au week-end. 💫 A post shared by Damas Restaurant (@damasrestaurant) on Sep 6, 2019 at 10:16am PDT\nWhere: 1201 Ave Van Horne\nDamas is a perfect cozy retreat during the winter months. Everything in the restaurant is chosen with great care, from the Syrian inspired food to the red ceiling and leather chairs. The decor is so mesmerizing you won't even care you're alone (but you shouldn't anyway).\nCheck out the menu!\nL'Atelier de Joel Robuchon\nView this post on Instagram Date Night 💕 . . . . . . #latelierdejoelrobuchon #casinodemontreal #datenight #dynamiteclothing A post shared by B E L L I E N G U Y E N 🎀 (@bellienguyen) on Oct 19, 2019 at 7:52pm PDT\nWhere: 1 avenue du Casino Casino de Montréal Pavillon du Québec\nYou're taking eating solo to a whole new level when you dine at this Montreal Casino resto. But surprisingly, the food will make any gourmet eater smile and the staff is super friendly without a drop of pretension.\nLearn more!\nLe Club Chasse et Peche\nView this post on Instagram Merci à Alison Slattery pour les magnifiques images Ici les deux Canadas de Nicolas Baier, la présence aviaire et le luminaire « au-clair-de-la-lune » 🌑 d’Antoine Laverdière, les pièces de bois d’Axel Cohen A post shared by Le Club Chasse et Pêche (@leclubchasseetpeche) on May 4, 2019 at 7:16am PDT\nWhere: 423 Rue Saint-Claude\nChasse et Peche is a popular date spot. So, if you need a little romance in your life, who better to dine with than your favourite person (that's you) at this intimate restaurant. The food is a more refined version of fish and game dishes and the overall decor is warm and welcoming. You won't want to leave.\nCheck out their website!\nLe Muscadin\nView this post on Instagram // f a n c y // A post shared by Philippe-Nicolay Savage (@philippesav) on May 1, 2018 at 7:48am PDT\nWhere: 443 Rue Saint Vincent\nTo be honest, it's a little surprising that this restaurant made the list. Not because of the food (which is amazing Italian) or the service (the waiters are so friendly you'll feel like family) - but it's a large space, sometimes with larger groups and can get rather boisterous. Then again, the 4,000 bottle wine cellar may do the trick.\nVisit their website!\nFor Open Table's full list of the best 25 restaurants for dining solo, you can check it out here.