Perhaps your apartment doesn’t have quite the elegance of a sprawling estate, but for one night you can dine like a 19th Century aristocrat at Toronto’s Keg Mansion. This upscale steakhouse and bar occupies a landmark 1868 building known as Euclid Hall, and if you and your sweetheart get the lingering sense that there’s more than just your fellow diners and staff on hand, let’s just say you’re not alone. It’s often been rumored to be just a teeny bit haunted, but don’t let that stop you from enjoying a romantic dinner here on your next date night. This classy castle is strictly old-fashioned on the outside, but inside it boasts lovely modern décor, complete with dim lighting to create a romantic Victorian atmosphere. The pride of the Mansion’s menu is its wide array of steaks–prime rib, sirloin, New York strip–cooked just the way you like them. If you and your sweetheart are feeling particularly decadent, splurge on the pecan sirloin, a steak basted in dijon mustard sauce and coated in chopped pecans. Polish off your delicious plates and then, if you’re feeling daring, head upstairs to explore some of the other rooms. Cling tight to your loved one and see if you meet any friendly ghosts along the way. If you do encounter an apparition, be sure to record your experience in the mansion’s mysterious Ghost Log, the Keg’s spooky version of a guest book.