Father’s Day Lunch
When? Sunday June 17, 2018 from 12 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Take dad out for a delicious BBQ styled lunch at The Guild Inn Estate on Sunday June 17, 2018. Eat alongside Toronto’s blooming and historic Guild Park and Gardens with a selection of our finest dishes and food stations dad is sure to love. Tickets will sell out! Buy your ticket today.
NOTE: Advance payment is required. Tickets are NON-REFUNDABLE. Spots are limited. Book today to avoid missing out.More Details
Sunday Brunch Inside The Bickford Bistro
When? Every Sunday (CLICK HERE to check for any private event conflicts).
The Guild Inn Estate is bringing back the Sunday Brunch tradition that originated at the Guild Inn during the 60’s and 70’s. Enjoy an all-you-can-eat brunch buffet from our in-house kitchen every Sunday from 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. (pending no private event conflicts). Reservations are recommended. Walk-ins accepted. Check www.bickfordbistro.com for any restaurant closures.
PLEASE NOTE: The Bickford Bistro will not host its weekly Sunday Brunch on June 17.
Gates Open Home & Garden Tour
When? Saturday, June 16, 2018 from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Satisfy your curiosity while supporting a great cause Have you ever driven by a house and wondered what it was like inside? Satisfying that curiosity is what brings out many of the people who attend the annual Gates Open Home and Garden Tour, now in its sixth year. “People are always surprised by how much they get to see,” says Gord Moore, chairman of the organizing committee. “In many home tours you only see the gardens. In this tour, you typically see all the gardens and most of the house.” Scheduled for Saturday, June 16 this year, Moore expects, as always, to see many familiar faces on the tour. “We have groups of friends who buy tickets year after year – it’s a real annual get-together for them,” explains Moore. With the addition of the optional prix fixe lunch at The Bickford Bistro attendees can also enjoy a relaxed lunch (and maybe a nice glass of wine) while checking out the newly restored Guild Inn Estate. Anchored in the Scarborough Bluffs neighbourhood, most of the homes on the tour are south of Kingston Road between MidlandAvenue and Guildwood Parkway. First time visitors are always surprised by how nice this area is – there’s the lake, mature trees and huge lots. This neighbourhood really is one of Toronto’s best kept secrets. The homes on this year’s tour range from traditional to modern. Swimming pools, elaborate gardens and inviting outdoor conversation areas compete for attention with the double height family rooms, modern gourmet kitchens and decadent master bedrooms found inside.