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3 Sensuous Escapes

By TIM PAWSEY

Pino Posteraro with oxtail ravioli, at Cioppino’s. (Photo: KK Law)

Pino Posteraro with oxtail ravioli, at Cioppino’s. (Photo: KK Law)

Valentine’s may top February’s bill, but Vancouver boasts no shortage of romantic rooms in which to woo your beloved all year round.

Cioppino’s Pino Posteraro’s Yaletown room yields stellar Italian fare (with a cellar to match), attentively served—usually with a visit from the chef himself—in a cozy and elegant setting (pictured).

Le Crocodile Michel Jacob’s homage to all things Alsatian will have you swooning over lobster tempura and coquille St. Jacques, or duo of venison and duck confit with black truffle cream.

Market Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s West Coast outpost cossets diners with its seamlessly served cuisine, an artful blend of classic French and Asian styles.

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