A recent analysis of OpenTable data reveals that reservations for parties of one have grown nationally by 85 percent since 2015.
The findings indicate that the stigma surrounding dining solo may be starting to lift and that guests are eager to savor special culinary experiences alone. Data shows the majority of solo dining reservations are booked for dinner (43 percent) followed by lunch (30 percent). Canadian solo diners also book the majority of their tables Monday to Friday (78 percent), saving the weekends for dining with others.
In celebration of solo diners and the restaurants that welcome them, we’re pleased to announce the Top 25 Restaurants for Solo Dining in Canada 2017. The list was generated based on the restaurants most booked for tables of one and the “overall” star-ratings associated with reviews submitted by verified diners. Based on this methodology, the Top 25 Restaurants for Solo Dining in Canada 2017, according to OpenTable diners, are as follows (in alphabetical order):Continue Reading