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The Marc Restaurant is a great dining spot coupled with a serene ambiance. Welcomed by a black, taupe and white decor that has a calming effect on diners, the carefully prepared food satisfies the taste buds. Guests return to indulge in their quality wines and lunch specialties including the Caesar Salad, Grilled Bavette and Lyonnaise Salad. The Arctic Char, Duck Confit and Lamb Navarin are the most talked about dishes on the dinner menu. Come in here for a date with your special someone.
Savor traditional Italian cuisine in an elegant setting at Violino. This charming restaurant is set inside a historic mansion with dining rooms that are replete in dark wood and bathed in the warm glow of the sunlight that flows in through the windows. Violino is one of the city's few restaurants that can boast a spacious outdoor dining area. Warmed by the roaring fire of a wood-fired oven, the patio offers a reprieve from the usual, transporting you to the Italian countryside as you delve into Violino's exceptional culinary offer. Pizzas, pastas and succulent steaks are beautifully presented and served with a smile by the restaurants courteous waitstaff, alongside fine wine and decadent desserts. Casual yet refined, Violino is a fine choice for an intimate meal with family and friends.
The Melting Pot of Edmonton is an award-winning romantic destination for a fine fondue dinner for two. The intimate atmosphere invites diners to savor the rich cheese fondue and entrees with a glass of wine before digging into the famously sweet chocolate dessert fondue. The Melting Pot is consistently hailed as Edmonton’s best date spot and the unique dining experience is unlike any other. Garnered with lavish accolades, the restaurant has won prestigious awards like the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2015, Wine Spectator Award of Excellence 2011 and 2012, and was also voted as the Best Restaurant for Lovers and Best Ambiance by the Golden Fork Awards 2011.
XIX Nineteen is a contemporary restaurant that perfectly fuses French and Asian elements to craft innovative dishes that speak of executive chef Andrew Fung's passion for both cuisines. Exquisite plating and unusual flavor combinations are a feature of his culinary creations that showcase Alberta produce and ingredients in a big way. Dishes like the smoked Brome duck and beet pyrogy; maple-glazed pork chop from Irving Farms; and beef tenderloin tataki are a few examples of what you"ll find on the menu. The restaurant features a separate lounge as well as a vibrant outdoor patio, creating multiple environments that are great for anything from an after-work drink to a sit-down dinner.