Despite a few fluke warm days, Canadians know winter still looms large. From sea to frozen sea Yelp has you covered with lovely local businesses to warm up. From hot springs to watering holes, from ramen to roasters, Yelp Canada is your go-to expert on weird and wonderful ways to get through the last few snow days. Here are 150 of the best of the best to honour Canada’s big birthday. The snuggle is real. Grab the entire list as a bookmark collection here.
Baddeck Lobster Suppers
All you can eat lobster supper and bottomless mussels. Drown your SAD in seafood here.
Banff Upper Hot Springs
Put some spring your step by warming up in hot springs surrounded by mountains!
French onion soup, and cheesy buckets of fondue.
Pizza AND bowling?!?! You’ve got your whole night figured out and you barely have to go outside!
Veggie comfort food delights in the National Park.
Point Prim Chowder House
Seafood steamer pot by the ocean.
T by Daniel
A rotating variety of custom made tea options ranging from secret house blends to What-a-Melon!?
Bodhi Tree Yoga Centre
Hot yoga in a modern interior.
Centre Street Japanese Hot Pot
Locally owned Japanese hot pot spot.
Cornerstone Music Cafe
Live music and award winning hot chocolate!
This beautiful hotel lobby has a giant fireplace and cocktail bar.
Gravity Espresso & Wine Bar
Cosy cafe and wine bar!
Holy Smoke BBQ
Comfort food with sauce all over it.
Last Best Brewing & Distillery
Brewing their own beer and slinging local spirits as well.
Leela Eco Spa
Hot stone massage, anyone?
Rosso Coffee Roasters
Yelpers rave for the Spicy Thai Chicken Soup.
Couple’s massage = sexy!
Suzette Brittany Bistro
This cafe is adorable and they offer house cider with their light lovely crepes.
Not every day you see this kind of cuisine in Alberta, get into it.
The Tea Factory
Huge selection of teas to choose from, and a soothing sleek interior to enjoy your hot bevvie.
Fireplace and an excellent wine list under one roof, everything will be ok.
Grizzly Paw Brewery
Take a brewery tour: walk around without going outside! Hop to it!
Red Rock Pizza
Too cold to go out? Order in. Perfect pizza for the at-home après ski.
Rocky Mountain Bagel Co.
Delicious hot chocolate by an open fire.
Big Rig Distillery
Moonshine and Vodka… need we say more?
Bliss Yoga and Spa
They have a Caldarium – Roman bath realness!
Quirky tea room with sweet mismatched china and a delish house tea blend.
Duchess Bake Shop
World renowned bakery – go for macaron and coffee, regret nothing.
Embrace the cold in a castle!
Yelpers in the city are crazy for this Chai tea.
River Valley Adventure
Snowshoe rentals, work up a sweat in the wild.
Sir Winston Churchill Square
Ice skate with city hall right behind you.
Enjoy the twilight special offer – work the slopes to earn your après ski.
Table Top Cafe
Cozy up in this board game cafe while sipping on boozy slurpees.
Everything is better with Hip Hop Brunch.
The Surf Studio
Exercise on a surf board – imagine you’re in Maui!
The Tea Girl
Delicious perogies and tea.
Wellness on Whyte
Hit the sauna after a massage, get your wellness all the way on.
Hot and cool yoga with a cozy tea corner.
2 Doors Down
Comfort food with a twist to warm your bones!
Creative Coffee & Teas, treats made in-house, wifi speeds worth writing home about.
Smiling Goat Organic Espresso Bar
Almost guaranteed to put a smile on your face! Hot, organic drinks for a cold day.
Spirit Urban Spa
Treat your self by stepping out of the cold and let your stress melt away!
Let’s not waffle about it… A waffle is a stellar way to warm up.
Sweet and savoury waffles paired with one of the best lattes in town.
Mezcal Tacos and Tequila
The Russian roulette of peppers is hot fun!
Massive burgers, craft beer and a fireplace to get cozy next to.
Aux Vieux Chênes
A tiny sugar shack with excellent food where you can bring your own wine.
Cozy and quaint with a real family feel.
Marienbad Restaurant & Chaucer’s Pub
Goulash, hot toddies and a cozy fireplace.
Massey’s Fine Indian Cuisine
An incredible variety of curry sauces that’ll warm you from the inside out.
The Bag Lady Variety & Cafe
Rub shoulders with new friends in these tight yet comfortable quarters.
The Church Key Bistro-Pub
An uncomplicated place with an “unreal” lamb curry.
Hot yoga in a friendly, warm and welcoming environment.
Skater aesthetic, with a rustic vintage vibe. Pressed coffees and bubble teas and ALL the baked goodies.
Mei Nung Beef Noodle House
Famous Beef Noodle house. Try the Stinky tofu – you’ll forget about the cold… real fast.
Not just for groups – feel free to warm up solo here with their single serve hot pots.
Chilli Chicken House
Awesome Hakka spot – a spicy fusion of Chinese and Indian cuisine. Try the pepper fish and Chilli Chicken!
Adjustable levels of fire on your Dosa.
Radica’s Hot and Spicy
Authentic West Indian Roti with tear jerking starting at Medium.
Warm yourself on the inside with Russian Vodka and fare, then from the outside with facilities including a Turkish steam room, Finnish sauna room and Russian sauna.
Over 80 flavours of wings. Try Devils Inferno.. if you dare (waiver signing required.)
A variety of custom coffee beverages and snacks AND a full selection of vintage and new vinyl. Requests accepted.
Mont St Gregoire
Sugar shack with fresh baked goods including the beloved classic “pets de soeurs” yep, that’s Nun’s Farts.
Chill in the rainforest during the dead of winter.
Nordic spa on a boat in the Old Port, chill in rooftop hot tubs with exceptional views.
La Crème de la Crème
Mulled wine in a heritage building in the Old Port.
Sip hot mulled cider by the big picture windows in this corner pub.
Hot yoga yes, but also Hot Barre and Hot Pilates!
24hrs a day they make bagels in a wood oven here, and up the block at St Viateur. Montrealers debate endlessly which is best.
Craft cocktails plus: bartenders who juggle and breathe fire.
Hot yoga, hot tea, chill vibes.
Now with a lovely new infrared sauna!
Find your solitude in these egg-shaped flotation baths and experience pulsar light therapy.
St Viateur Bagel
See Fairmount Bagel above, best bet: grab a hot bag of each for a scientific taste-test.
Nordic-style spa on Nun’s island, feels far from the busy city, but it’s just minutes from downtown Montreal!
Hidden vintage vibe, impeccable cocktails, deliciously diverse cabaret.
Fondue Kim Long
Traditional Chinese Hot Pot with bubbling broth built right into the table.
Tourtière, pudding chomeur, tarte au sucre: traditional Quebecois dishes in a tiny diner.
Steaming pots of broth, cheese and chocolate!
All the hot cheese, please!
Hot stone beds, orange citrus steam, audio therapy.
Rideau Canal Skateway
A UNESCO heritage site with the longest skating rink in the world, and tons of spots to buy beaver tails!
Rink Of Dreams
Embrace the cold surrounded by the National Capitol’s incredible architecture all lit up.
Hôtel de Glace
Hotel made of ice with hot tubs and saunas open all night.
Mulled wine, french onion soup, table curling: perfect night.
Stone sauna, outdoor yurt and hammocks in the woods of Quebec.
33 1/3 Roasters
A local coffee roaster with a sweet shop for vintage and vinyl in the back.
Come for the traditional Persian/Middle Eastern sweets but stay for the Persian tea service (lemon please.)
Day and Night Hot Pot
Super fresh seafood cooked by you in a steamy hot pot.
St John Ale House
Enjoy a mug of chowder and a crazy beer selection.
Yelpers suggest the jasmine tea latte with almond milk.
St Benoit de Mirabel
Au Pied de Cochon Sugar Shack
A rockstar chef version of the traditional sugar shack, with tins provided for mega amounts of leftovers.
St John’s NL
Go on, get screeched in…
Rocket Bakery & Fresh Foods
The hottest hot chocolate on the rock.
The Celtic Hearth
Nothing warms the bones like Jiggs dinner: a good ol’ fashioned beef boil!
Red Bulb Espresso Bar
High end locally roasted beans prepared with precision.
Gios Seafood Chowder Bus
Chowder. Bus. Basically, the Maritimes win at food trucks.
The Lobster Pound
Lobster ravioli on the historic cabot trail.
Home of Hot Taste
Korean Fried Chicken (the true KFC.)
Warm up in the sauna, steam room and water circuit before your luxurious treatment.
Buk Chang Dong Soon Tofu
Boiling and bubbling hot Korean dishes at your table, featuring a lot more than just tofu.
This Leslieville Cottage is sure to warm your heart, while their mac and cheese and pork pie will warm you stomach.
Flat whites forever!
El Pocho Antojitos Bar
Kick up any of their tummy-warming dishes with their mango salsa… it packs a punch.
Hair of The Dog
Best spicy Ceasars in town in the heart-warming Toronto Gay Village.
Warm your heart by the park with cocktails and candlelight.
Cafe by day, curated cocktails to warm the coldest night. Try their Hot Toddy!
Coffee isn’t the only hot beverage that has your back on a March morning.
Time to warm up from the inside out with hearty soups galore!
Oodles of noodles can make anything better…
Let the rum and tiki ambiance transport you somewhere far, far warmer.
Smoque N’ Bones
Bourbon cocktails and smokey, BBQ goodness.
For the chocolatey-est hot coco, go to a real chocolatier and grab a cup of Mexican Hot chocolate!
The Emmet Ray
Hot jazz in one cozy spot.
The Queen And Beaver Public House
Have a pint by their cozy upstairs fireplace.
Where coffee culture, cannibis culture and men’s fashion collide. Hot hot hot.
Coffee and cocktails… this place has both! Stay all day!
Keep your resolutions while sweating it out in one of their hot Yoga classes.
El Convento Rico
Drag shows, salsa lessons, hottest happiest room in town.
Hammocks and hot pools in the woods surrounded by mountains.
Cabane a Sucre Handfield
A 200 year old érablière with a traditional sugar shack plus full vegan options!
Mexican pizza and tequila pairing to bring the spice.
Eastwood Cycle Sanctuary
Fitness Soul Cycle, Vancouver style.
Infrared cedar sauna with an inspiring collection of books on geometry and art.
Harrison Hot Springs
2 hours outside of Vancouver, a popular hot springs for the ultimate relaxation in nature.
Hot homey piles of Red Velvet Pancakes – YUM!!
Neverland Tea Salon
High tea at its finest.
Orchard & The Sea
Vancouver’s ONLY craft cider bar.
Relax and lose your senses in a float house.
Hot cider and Spanish coffee! Together at last!
Build your own hot toddy!
The Morrisey Pub
A fireplace and pints, pretty much perfect.
The Red Wagon
Hot cider as well as gut busting dishes like the SuperTrucker – a full belly melts the BC rain.
Thomas Haas Chocolate
Chai spiced hot chocolate is the fav.
Vancouver Urban Winery
Wine, plus this amazing fireplace.
High quality Pho and to cool down, house made Durian ice cream.
Yoga On Seven
Hot Yoga in the GTA, hurray!
Clive’s Classic Lounge
Sweet selection of hot cocktails including the clovers coffee with house made liqueur.
Hide + Seek Coffee
Local loving roasters.
Fresh ground almond milk, traditional matcha, homemade mochi.
Death Valley’s Little Brother
Old barbershop chairs, pour over coffee, cocktails.
Moguls Coffee House
Hot oatmeal for breakfast, hot meatball sub for lunch, famous hot chocolate anytime.
Nita Lake Lodge
Hotel and spa with hot tubs and lovely pool onsite.
Savory and sweet pies for purchase.
We’d eat all of these baked goods.
Fools & Horses
Pro tip: London Fog with Baileys.
Sweetest lil craft coffee spot.
Lavender steam room, dessert and champagne, salt scrub, what more do you really need in life?
Just your average single origin specialty coffee shop with chemex and aeropress options, oh and a leather shop in the back.