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Father’s Day Toronto 2022: Brunch, Dinner, Restaurants

Here’s a roundup of Father’s Day Toronto 2022 celebration ideas featuring special menus by local restaurants for Father’s Day brunch, Father’s Day lunch, Father’s Day dinner plus desserts and treats.

Father’s Day is Sunday is June 19, 2022.

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This list is not exhaustive and is updated as information becomes available. I try to feature as much as I can but certainly this is not all that is out there. If your favorite restaurant is not on the list, contact them to see what they are offering.

Father’s Day Toronto 2022: Brunch, Lunch, Dinner, Restaurants

TOCA – The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto

TOCA – The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto is offering a Father’s Day Brunch Buffet on Sunday June 19, 2022. Featuring an extensive brunch buffet, complete with a special menu of Canadian inspired entrees such as cedar plank salmon, unique carving stations, interactive live action stations and complimentary beers for Dad by Folly Brewing. Prepayment is not required. The brunch experience is $175 per adult and $80 per child. A mimosa package is available to enhance your experience for $65 per person.

Lincoln Hall & Terrace

Lincoln Hall & Terrace is offering a Father’s Day BBQ and Games on June 19.  Includes live entertainment, an illusionist, and interactive games. Priced at $30 per person. Kids under 5 eat free. Add-ons are available for children 6-12 years and children 5 and under.


This year Pusateri’s is offering a fully prepared Father’s Day menu featuring Caprese cherry salad, slow-roasted prime rib, sausage rolls, colossal champagne shrimp and other popular menu items from the Pusateri’s Passport program. Also available are some Southern BBQ favourites including espresso crusted beef tenderloin, Carbon Bar’s beef brisket and bourbon-glazed salmon. 

If dad would rather fire up the grill himself, Pusateri’s has been the go-to destination for the finest cuts of meat in Toronto for over 30 years and specializes in the process of dry-aging beef. Priding itself on being among the first grocery stores to dry age all of their beef, and one of the only grocery stores to still do this. The fine food retailer has grown a reputation for its meat legacy among Torontonians with its outstanding customer service, customized special orders, and the supplying the highest quality. 

Rabbit! Rabbit! Rabbit!

Known around Toronto for its tasty southwestern-inspired menu and enchanting atmosphere, Rabbit! Rabbit! Rabbit! is officially open for brunch. With a new carefully curated brunch menu, this King Street West eatery will now be able to offer guests a taste of the desert in the daytime.

Now open Saturday and Sunday from 11am-3pm, Rabbit! Rabbit! Rabbit! delivers a unique spin on morning classics, including Breakfast Tacos (featuring Scallion Mayo), the Croque Monsieur Enchilada, or the Chorizo Skillet. Traditional brunch dishes are also available including The Classic, which includes two eggs, salad, toast and tater tots, Smoked Salmon and Avocado Toast, and Banana Bread Pancakes.  Just like the dinner menu, the brunch menu caters to a variety of dietary needs including gluten free, lactose-free and vegan.

Check back later as more offerings are added to this list.

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