What’s Open on Father’s Day at Bishop’s Landing in Halifax

It has been a long few months but many of our Bishop’s Landing retailers are happy to have their doors and patios now open—just in time to celebrate Father’s Day! 

Whoever represents a father figure to you by demonstrating unconditional love and care for family, show them how much you appreciate them this Father’s Day. 

Bishops Landing

Treat Dad to a Burger at the Bicycle Thief

The Bicycle Thief is open for dining inside and on the patio seven days a week! Enjoy the atmosphere, food, and service you’ve always enjoyed at Halifax’s favourite fine dining restaurant. Make it a special Father’s Day by treating your dad to a burger at The Bicycle Thief. 

Get Some Beer Delivered to Your Father’s House 

If you are not able to spend Father’s Day with your dad this year, you can still spend some virtual time with him. Order some beer from Bishop’s Cellar to get delivered to his house. Then, meet up on a video call to cheers and wish him a Happy Father’s Day. 

Grab a Coffee and Walk the Waterfront Boardwalk 

If your dad is an early riser, meet him at The Daily Grind for coffee and breakfast. Then take a walk along the Halifax waterfront to catch up and enjoy the views and sounds of the ocean. 

Plan a Future Italian Feast

Ristorante a Mano is closed on Sundays, but you can get a gift card online to plan a future Italian feast with your family. Share a pizza, some pasta, tasty appetizers, and wine when you are able to come together. 

Take in the Views and Happy Hour with Dad at Sea Smoke

After a great day of golf, head downtown Halifax and share some apres golf food and drinks with your dad. The huge patio at Sea Smoke is the place to be on a beautiful day—especially with their daily happy hour specials. The firepit tables make evenings on the patio magical. 

Remember, things may be a little different as our retailers comply with health regulations to keep you and their teams safe. We know you are excited to visit your favourite spots again, but we encourage you to be patient, be understanding, and please stay home if you are not feeling well.