Special take-out menus for Valentine’s Day

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Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, and it’s time to think about how to celebrate it! After another challenging year, it’s time to take a break and enjoy a little sweetness with a lover or a friend. If limited capacity prevents you from reserving a table in your favourite restaurant, you can still order a take-out meal to live the restaurant experience in the comfort of your home.

Several restaurants across the city are offering take-out menus specially developed for Valentine’s Day. Whether you’re in the mood for sushi, gourmet dishes, or fresh pasta, there’s something for everyone.

For those who will take advantage of the occasion to treat themselves in a restaurant, we have put together a list of addresses that offer special Valentine’s Day menus, as well as one for brunch offerings on the day of love.

Provisions Bar à vin

Boucherie Bar à vin Provisions offers a menu for two at $140. The elements of the meal come with cards that make it easy to assemble the dishes at home. It’s also possible to pair the offering with a food and wine pairing (two bottles) for an additional $100. On the menu: beef tartare, burrata, lobster, osso bucco, and chocolate mousse!

1142 Avenue Van Horne

Pâtisserie Rhubarbe

Pâtisserie Rhubarbe will be exceptionally open on Monday, February 14 for Valentine’s Day. The address offers several cakes and patisseries to mark the occasion and to savour at home.

1479 Avenue Laurier Est

Chez Victoire

The Mont Royal Avenue institution offers a four-course menu at $110 for two: seared scallop appetizer, followed by venison tataki, braised beef cheek as a main course, and a black forest pavlova for dessert. Available for take-out from February 11th to 14th!

1453 Avenue du Mont-Royal Est

Sachère Desserts

If you have already planned a meal at home, but are craving a special Valentine’s Day dessert, Sachère Desserts has you covered with a cake to share for the occasion. Not to mention the many other sweet treats they have prepared for this celebration of love.

1274 Boulevard de Maisonneuve Est


État-Major is offering a five-course Valentine’s Day menu for $60 per person. The entrées are varied, and the menu has a nice balance of delights from the land and the sea. Available from February 10 to 14.

4005 Rue Ontario East

Bête à Pain

The three branches of the Bête à pain offer a meal to share at a very reasonable price: three courses at $110 for two people. For the appetizer, a chicken liver mousse; as a starter, squash ravioli; and for the main course, duck breast. Alternatively, La Bête à pain d’Ahuntsic offers the St Urbain gourmet menu in partnership with the Ahuntsic and Montreal North Foundation. This 4-course meal for two can be savoured for $110.

1969 Autoroute des Laurentides

Bar Otto

Salmon and scallop tartare, sashimi, foie gras, sushi… Bar Otto is preparing a whole special menu for Valentine’s Day! As always, the dishes they’ve come up with are as beautiful as they are delicious. The menu is available for $85 per person.

2695 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest

Vin Mon Lapin

Mon Lapin has several surprises in store for a Valentine’s Day at home this year. Their offering includes the famous Mon Lapin “soupe en croûte” accompanied by a good bottle of wine, and topped off with a bouquet of beautiful yellow Mimosa flowers from France. Nothing could be more romantic!

150 Rue Saint-Zotique East

Le Butterblume

Le Butterblume suggests two Valentine’s Day menus at $48 each (per person), which includes both a vegetarian and a non-vegetarian option. We love to see that the un-coupled folks were considered by offering a special menu for one; after all, everyone has the right to treat themselves! The menu is also offered at $96 for two. Note that pick-up is on February 12!

5836 Boulevard Saint-Laurent


Magnolia is offering a menu for two for $130 in a four-course meal. Order pickup will be on February 11 and 12.

2600 Rue William-Tremblay


L’Express has not prepared an all-inclusive Valentine’s Day box, but rather has prepared Valentine’s Day specials. You can choose the dishes you like “à la carte”. For each dish, wine suggestions are listed on the menu.

3927 Rue Saint-Denis


KazaMaza has prepared a delicious menu with Middle Eastern flavours. For $100, you will get a fattouche, two starters, two main courses, a dessert to share, and either a bottle of wine or a bottle of olive oil.

4629 Avenue du Parc

Pascal le boucher

For Valentine’s Day, Pascal le boucher offers a range of quality meat products to prepare a dream meal. Among the suggestions: rabbit ballotine, cheese and charcuterie platter, foie gras torchon, bacon and duck skin crumble, haskap berry jam, and more. Contact the butcher shop for more information.

8113 Rue Saint-Denis

Mon Petit Poulet

From February 10-13, the Rosemont Boulevard rotisserie is offering to add the Lovers’ Combo to any menu item. This sweet and savoury combo includes two delicious homemade cookies from Nonna Gabriella Traiteur and a serving of fried chicken nuggets, served with Buffalo mayonnaise.

2343 Boulevard Rosemont

Hoogan et Beaufort

Hoogan & Beaufort has prepared a box for two that includes: wood-fired rye focaccia with whipped butter; scallop, clam, shrimp, and fennel salad with bisque vinaigrette and croutons; duck breast from La Canardière farm with beets, Blanc de Gris, and morel sauce; and finally, a cocoa Breton shortbread, with dark chocolate mousse, caramel, pear and chocolate feuilletine crumble. This succulent meal is offered for $130. To be savoured from February 10 to 14.

4095 Rue Molson
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Photography by Dominique Lafond

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