It might sound a little too early to start planning the PERFECT Valentine's Day Date but let's be honest, IT'S NEVER TOO EARLY! In fact, if you are planning to make restaurant reservations then you better start booking. To help you guys out, I have composed a list of all the places she REALLY wants you to take her to for Valentine's Day.\nREAD ALSO: Why Next Monday Is Going To Be The MOST Depressing Day Of The Year In Montreal\nThere is a place on this list for every date or girlfriend that I guarantee you will be able to find the perfect spot RIGHT AWAY! So, make sparks fly and fall more in love on Valentine's day this year with that extra special someone. Be sure to spoil them and dish out some cash!\n1. Celebrate Valentine's Day At Jatoba\nA photo posted by Tastet.ca (@tastet.ca) on Jan 12, 2017 at 8:28am PST\n1184 Place Phillips\nFor some delicious white wine and some fabulous food as you eat under the lights, I recommend looking into Jatoba. Jatoba is a gorgeous garden terrasse where you can enjoy inspired classic Japanese and Chinese dishes made by their chef, Olivier Vigneault. This is an A1 Valentine's day dinner!\nFacebook\n2. Celebrate Valentine's Day At Les 400 Coups\nA photo posted by Jo Rassi (@jonathan_rassi) on Dec 7, 2016 at 5:48am PST\n400 Notre-Dame E\nFor some really fresh and local ingredients, Les Coups 400 is definitely the place to be! They offer St-Pierre Lake catfish, rabbit from Besnier Farm, and duck magret from La Canardière Farm. You can order a five-course tasting menu for $75 (an extra $45 for wine pairings)! You and your date will be falling in love with.. THE FOOD!\nFacebook\n3. Celebrate Valentine's Day At Lola Rosa\nA photo posted by PRITI MAJUMDAR (@vegan_foreverything) on Dec 20, 2016 at 2:47pm PST\n4581 Av du Parc\nFor a vegetarian or vegan Valentine date, I suggest treating them to Lola Rosa! Here they can enjoy delightful dishes of salsas and Mexican-inspired treats! Your special someone will absolutely love it.\nFacebook\n4. Celebrate Valentine's Day At Queue de Cheval\nA photo posted by Jessica G (@jessgascon1) on Dec 24, 2016 at 4:00am PST\n1181 Rue de la Montagne\nThis is the perfect restaurant for some delicious steaks! Queue de Cheval is fancy and serves upscale food that is perfect to impress that special someone of yours. The food is to die for and the service is superb! So get fancy and be prepared for an amazing Valentines day.\nWebsite\n5. Celebrate Valentine's Day At Europea\nA photo posted by Steph (@steph_dispoto) on Jan 3, 2017 at 7:58pm PST\n1227 de La Montagne\nHeaded by chef Jérôme Ferrer, Europea offers a French dining experience that is truly like no other.Their signature 12-course tasting menu is $120 of pure lovely food. This is a perfect location to pretend like you are in Paris on Valentine's day with that extra special someone.\nFacebook\n6. Celebrate Valentine's Day At Toqué\nA photo posted by Lori (@loridua) on Dec 27, 2016 at 2:17pm PST\n900 Place Jean-Paul-Riopelle\nRanked as one of the top 100 restaurants in the world, this is the place where you must take your date to make it official! You can even try their tasting menu that will let you sample the best dishes for $129. There’s even a wine-pairing option but this will cost you about $200.\nWebsite\n7. Celebrate Valentine's Day At Milos\nA photo posted by Cynthia Alfonsi (@cynthia_a_xo) on Sep 11, 2016 at 8:34am PDT\n5357 Av du Parc\nMilos is a superb restaurant for traditional Greek food. It is honestly gorgeous and the food is to die for! They offer a raw fish buffet and their specialised dish is fried zucchini and eggplant, IT’S SO GOOD and perfect for Valentine's day!\nFacebook\n8. Celebrate Valentine's Day At Takumi\nA photo posted by PAMELA (@pammeela_) on Nov 8, 2016 at 3:32pm PST\n405 Rue Sherbrooke E\nTakumi Fusion Asiatique Sushi is great for all you can eat sushi! This restaurant specialises, not only in sushi, but also in tropical sushi pizza, featuring mango and crab; grilled tilapia; and lamb yakitori. This is a great way to show “the one” your fun and fishy side on Valentine's day.\n9. Celebrate Valentine's Day At Chambre À Part\nA photo posted by josianes (@josianes) on May 10, 2016 at 6:05am PDT\n3619 Rue Saint-Denis\nFor an ambience that is rustic, contemporary, romantic then this is the place for you! They also specialise in french cuisine but they add a vintage twist on it making your Valentine's day superb.\nFacebook\n10. Celebrate Valentine's Day At Le Club Chasse et Pêche\nA photo posted by ✌??☝?☕️ (@cafeneve) on Dec 7, 2016 at 8:47pm PST\n423 Saint-Claude\nFor a truly fantastic date where you spend a couple of bills on the one, I recommend looking into Le Club Chasse et Pêche! They are most known for their superb braised piglet risotto with foie gras, an appetiser that will impress your special someone. They are also known for their roasted duck (served with sour cherries in a balsamic sauce) and the “The Bomb” desert, (a caramel chocolate tart with 80& chocolate sorbet).\nFacebook\n11. Celebrate Valentine's Day At Maestro S.V.P.\nOn étais dû pour aller manger ensemble ?? #homard #miam #tartare #ceviche #huitres #seafood #foodporn #maestrosvp #iloveyou @nina_glam_ @foodiesmtl @foodforthoughtmtl @tastemontreal @munchreall @theknowwhere #happy1111A photo posted by Hi Stalker ! ?? (@xbrybryy) on Oct 5, 2016 at 7:42pm PDT\n3615 Boul St-Laurent\nFor some delicious seafood options – such as platters, shrimp, oysters, lobsters, crabs, and scallop, I suggest checking out Maestro S.V.P. It is the perfect location where you and your special someone can dress up and enjoy some lovely seafood. It really is a great Valentine's day spot for you and your girlfriend or boyfriend!\nFacebook\n12. Celebrate Valentine's Day At Le Mousso\nA photo posted by Antonin Mousseau-Rivard (@lemousso) on Jan 1, 2017 at 3:06pm PST\n1023 Ontario Est\nFor divine food as well as a divine time, I suggest heading to Mousso. Here, you and your date can enjoy the simple desserts in life along with the extravagant dinners on Valentine's day!\nFacebook\n13. Celebrate Valentine's Day At HVOR\nA photo posted by Na'eem Adam (@naeem.adam) on Oct 15, 2016 at 6:42pm PDT\n1414 Rue Notre Dame Ouest\nHVOR is one of Montreal’s best-rated restaurants! Not only is the food amazing, but it is stunning and it is the perfect location for you date to enjoy some gourmet food. The ambience is very modern and classy so it’s a great location to make the final move in your relationship.\nWebsite\n14. Celebrate Valentine's Day At ChuChai\nA photo posted by On Déjeune (@ondejeune) on Aug 7, 2015 at 9:21am PDT\n4088 Rue Saint-Denis\nChuChai is a great vegetarian restaurant that serves delicious foods that also promotes vegan delights. Not only is this restaurant charming AF, their dishes are great even if you aren’t a vegetarian. This is a great place for you both to try something new on Valentine's day.\nWebsite\n15. Celebrate Valentine's Day At Joe Beef\nA photo posted by Alfred Zelhof (@kingalfredz) on Dec 3, 2016 at 9:23am PST\n2491 Notre-Dame W\nJoe Beef is known to be one of Montreal’s culinary gems! This is perfect for a first date since the atmosphere is super chill while the dishes are out of this world! So, you don't have to eat fancy to dine as a king and queen! Everything is fresh and prepared by experts.\nFacebook\n16. Celebrate Valentine's Day At Tandem\nA photo posted by Tandemrestaurant (@restauranttandem) on Jun 28, 2015 at 7:49am PDT\n586 Villeray\nFor a chic and classy time at an extraordinary wine and dine restaurant, I recommend taking your date to Tandem on Valentine's day. This lovely restaurant is perfect for a sweet and simple first date that you can both enjoy. I mean doesn’t the food look just amazing?\nFacebook\n17. Celebrate Valentine's Day At Le Millen\nA photo posted by Maude (@maudeclaire) on Jan 8, 2016 at 5:55pm PST\n1185 Rue Fleury E\nThis Ahuntsic restaurant is classy and honestly delicious! They offer upscale dishes that pair perfectly with your reds and white wines! This is honestly a perfect location for a first date and to really impress that special someone. You can stuff your faces and break the ice over some wine!\nFacebook\n18. Celebrate Valentine's Day At O’Thym\nA photo posted by EmilyJade (@veganvibe) on Nov 28, 2015 at 10:34am PST\n1112 Boul de Maisonneuve E\nFor an upscale dinner date with divine French cuisine, I suggest going to this BYOW restaurant! Your date will be absolutely shocked and swept off her feet with the gourmet food and delightful wine. This is the place to be for true Valentine's day romance!\nFacebook\n19. Celebrate Valentine's Day At Auberge Saint-Gabriel\nA photo posted by Charles Cassivi (@charlesc87) on Jan 7, 2017 at 8:37pm PST\n426 Saint Gabriel\nAuberge Saint-Gabriel is known for serving divine Québécois cuisine. Veal cheek braised in Porto ($34), squid ink ravioli ($29), suckling pig from straight from a farm in Quebec City ($49), and trout confit ($14) are some of their specialties that will have your wallet crying but your date falling in love.\nFacebook\n20. Celebrate Valentine's Day At Maison Boulud\nA photo posted by - NK - (@kesh.nk) on Jan 5, 2017 at 9:21am PST\n1228 Sherbrooke W\nMaison Boulud has dishes for almost every time of day, but for the best experience, go for the $98 6-course tasting menu for supper. For dinner, you can get a razor clam salad, German butterball potato truffle gratin, a plethora of handmade pastas, and roasted rack of lamb with artichoke puree. These dishes are all enjoyed in a classy and tasteful environment.\nFacebook\n21. Celebrate Valentine's Day At La Chronique\nA photo posted by Christine Cayer (@christinecayer) on Jun 18, 2016 at 7:33pm PDT\n104 Laurier W\nFor a truly elegant dinner, I recommend checking out La Chronique’s! Their menu offers a variety of classic French dishes. You can expect to spend about $90 – $150 with wine pairings. You have many options to choose from but by the end of the night your date will be choosing you!\nFacebook\n22. Celebrate Valentine's Day At M.Mme\nA photo posted by Food Guy Montreal (@foodguymtl) on Mar 16, 2016 at 1:11pm PDT\n240 Laurier W\nThis restaurant happens to one of the more affordable options on the list. You will be spending around $30 for the main dish. Or you could get a 4-course tasting menu for 75$. They specialise in marinated leeks, mozzarella di buffalo, roast duck with beetroot puree, and rôti de porc au lait.\nFacebook\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.