10 ways to celebrate Father's Day in Toronto 2015
Father's Day in Toronto is way more low key than Mother's Day and with any luck the weather will oblige and Dads everywhere can happily play up that whole King of the Grill cliche. Of course you can still grab brunch or do dinner, the gist is that you should just hang out with your pops.
Here are 10 places to celebrate Dads over brunch or BBQs this Father's Day.
The restaurant at the AGO celebrates Dad with a special Father's Day prix-fixe brunch, paired with wines and beer for $35.
The Gladstone Hotel
Brunch at this West Queen West hotel is fit for a king, including a la carte options like the Lumberjack breakfast and French toast topped with caramelized apples, maple caramel drizzle and house smoked bacon served from 8am to 4pm.
The Hogtown Cure
Start Dad's special day with a Caesar cocktail at this Dundas West eatery before moving on to selections on the meaty menu including smoked brisket bennies and stuffed french toast.
The weekly $35 brunch buffet fits the bill perfectly for Father's Day. Indulge in all you can eat eggs and enjoy specials on champagne and Caesars.
La Carnita and Junction Craft Brewing
Bring Dad to this brewery (90 Cawthra Avenue) for an afternoon of beers and BBQ featuring ribs, slaw and a flight of beers for $25.
Marky's BBQ Smokehouse
This smokehouse in Baby Point offers a whole rack of ribs, a pint of beer and a side (beans, slaw or fries) for $25 in celebration of Father's Day this year.
The Drake Hotel
Treat Dad to Beef + Bourbon Bliss at the Sky Yard of this West Queen West hotel and enjoy a steak dinner with all the fixins complete with a stiff Old Fashioned cocktail for $36.
Dine with Dad inside this Liberty Village butcher shop. The collaborative dinner from chefs Andrew Poulsen and Jonathan O'Callaghan will feature seven-courses with drink pairings priced at $110 per person.
Two take-home options from this chain of fine food stores embrace the BBQ theme. The first option features a multi-course tasting menu featuring St. Louis style pork back ribs and spice rubbed grilled shrimp for $50 per person (PDF), while the second is a grill-it-yourself box of marinated meats and seafood with sides and salads. Available for pick-up at multiple locations.
Photo from Pusateri's
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