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Father's Day ideas for the Toronto-based dad

Here are some special things you can do with Dad in the city.

By Camille Co
Father's Day ideas for the Toronto-based dad

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Garrison’s This by-the-park, rustic barber shop provides a modern day take on that old traditional style. Drop in for some manly grooming with a haircut, classic hot towel shave all while enjoying a hot toddy. Even more perfect for your hipster dad, walk-ins are welcome! 907 Queen Street West (2nd floor) www.garrisons.ca

Mankind Grooming Studio for Men Have you always been the spoiled daddy’s little girl? Well now is your chance to return the favour. Take your dad for The Alpha Male treatment for only $45. Now that’s spoiling on a budget! 477 Richmond Street West (Suite 103), 212 Eglinton Avenue East (Unit 1); mankindgrooming.com

Truefitt and Hill Have a hardworking father who always comes home stressed out? Truefitt and Hill have three special stress relief packages that will take the anxiety problems right out of his joints. 40 King Street West, truefittandhill.ca

Stillwater Give your dad a getaway within the city, enjoying a day spa experience complete with packages ranging from detoxification to relaxation. The waterfall ambience will soothe the senses and revitalize your VIP Dad. 4 Avenue Road, parktoronto.hyatt.com/hyatt/pure/spas/

Crow’s Nest Barber Shop This Kensington Market hipster barber shop not only offer haircuts and shaves but also has a staffer who provided their own unique moustache to the prostate charity Movember. Their easy online-booking system makes it easy to find yourself booking an appointment. 35 Kensington Avenue, crowsnestbarbershop.com

Red Panda Spa Help dad fight anti-aging with this intense Toronto medical spa that specializes in advance ski care treatments. Merging the Eastern traditional approach and the latest Western advances in medicine, they believe in rejuvenating the whole person’s ability to heal oneself. 660 Eglinton Avenue E, redpandaspa.com

This article was originally published on May 09, 2012

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