Valentine's Day or the Feast of St. Valentine has been an iconic celebration since the Middle Ages and has always been a time to celebrate romantic love through gifts, flowers, confectionary and greeting cards.
This year, Valentine's Day will be celebrated at Ancaster Mill all weekend long from February 12-14, with a special Valentine's dance on Friday night. Hurry to book your reservation and surprise that someone special with an evening they won't soon forget.
We have chosen to honour many Valentine's traditions on our menu by featuring ingredients from aphrodisiacs such as oysters or passion fruit to items that celebrate life and love such as chocolate and champagne.
Explore some of our Valentine's ingredients:
Truffles are a luxury in the culinary world. Their legendary aphrodisiac appeal is not only due to their rarity, it is their aroma that conjures lust and desire. Black truffles are said to have the most concentrated aphrodisiac potency.
Craft Cut Beef Tenderloin
slow-roasted carrots, red pearl onion jam,
dauphine potatoes, black truffle jus
Is it the avocado’s sensuous shape or the rich flavour? Either way high levels of vitamin E will boost your energy level.
Avocado & Grapefruit Salad
winter greens, poached pear,
We won’t go into details about the birds and the bees, but honey is a symbol of procreation. It contains boron, which regulates estrogen and testosterone levels and provides a natural energy boost.
Honey-Glazed Chicken Breast
sautéed broccoli, roast chicken risotto,
toasted almond jus
This Valentine's dance will be held in one of our more historic rooms and feature the soulful sounds of Joel Parisien and his band.
Make a reservation for dinner on Friday evening, then stay for some dancing! Or, just come for the dancing and live entertainment. You don't need to have a reservation to purchase a ticket.
Purchase Your Ticket by Calling 905-648-1828
Joel Parisien and his band are smooth and soulful, guaranteed to set the mood for a Valentine’s celebration. Their dynamic repertoire pays tribute to classic artists like Sam Cooke, Bill Withers and Otis Redding, while mixing in today's stars like Bruno Mars and Maroon 5.
Four-time Juno© nominated crooner Joel Parisien and his band will be performing in the Governor's Room on Friday, February 12th.
Montgomery Drive, between Wilson Street and Old Dundas Road, is currently closed for construction. Please plan your visit accordingly.
Live acoustic music is now at Ancaster Mill. Every Saturday evening we will feature local artists in the dining room from 7-10pm.
A romantic location next to a waterfall, the natural serene and scenic ambience of Ancaster Mill paves the way for a perfect wedding.