Join us on our renowned Dining Room at the historic Old Mill Toronto for a memorable dining experience in the centre of the city for fun cocktails and scrumptious food. We are delighted to have you join us.

For reservations, please visit our OPENTABLE page.
Please call 416 207-2020 to make over the phone reservations.  At this time our Hostess desk is open Wednesday through to Sunday – we may not be able to return calls on Monday or Tuesdays.

To view our A La Carte menus:
View Brunch Menu
View All Day Menu

Indoor Dining Room Hours of Operations*:
Thursday & Friday 12:00pm – 9:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: 1:00pm – 9:00pm

Our Brunch Menu is served on Saturday & Sunday from 10:30am – 2pm

*Please note our Dining experiences are 2 hours.  At this time there are no restrictions on the number of guests seated at a table. Note that tables greater than 6 will be accommodated indoors rather than on the 21WEST Patio.   Should you be interested in having a private party or special event in our Dining Room, kindly email us @ diningroom@oldmilltoronto.com and we will be pleased to assist you.

On Thursday September 23, 2021 our Menus will be changing. Kindly check back soon to view the new menus online.

Also, on
Thursday September 23, our Dining Room Hours will be changing to the following:

Thursday and Friday Lunch is served: Noon to 2pm (last seating)
Thursday and Friday Dinner is served: 5pm to 8:30pm (last seating)
Saturday and Sunday Brunch is served: 10:30 to 2pm (last seating)
Saturday and Sunday Dinner is served: 5pm to 8:30pm

Afternoon Tea will be served:
Thursday / Friday / Saturday / Sunday
Seating Times: 2:30pm and 2:45pm

OMT COVID-19 Statement:

As of September 22, 2021, the Ontario Government requires that all guests entering all Event Centres and Dining Establishments show proof of full Covid-19 vaccination along with photo identification.  Those guests that cannot be vaccinated due to a medical exemption will be permitted entry with a Doctor’s note. Unvaccinated Children under 11 accompanied by an adult are permitted entry.  Please bear with us during this process – we are mandated to comply with this Provincial Order and will do so in a positive and professional and respectful way to ensure that our guests and our people do our part in mitigating the spread of Covid-19.  We ask for your assistance and thank you in advance for your understanding in any delays that you may experience.  Read more here.

To comply with the new safety precaution measures the City of Toronto has put in place, we will require our Dining Room guests to wear masks while on property. This includes walking from the entrance to the Dining

Room table, from your table to the restrooms, inside the restrooms and from the Dining

Room to the exit. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding during this time. Together we stand, but not too close.

Please note that Public Health Ontario requires that we document guest contact information. We will be asking guests to provide contact information when reserving (email and phone#) or alternatively if a guest identifies as the host of a table, then host contact information will suffice on behalf of the entire group.

At Old Mill Toronto, we have taken extra precautions for the safety and well being of both our customers and staff. Our patio tables and chairs will be sanitized after each party, our menu’s are “one touch” meaning they are disposed of after use, our tables are placed at proper social distancing length, we ask that you respect social distancing in the hallways (as marked) and we will continue with our intensive cleaning measures around the property.  Sanitizer stations will be at the entrance door and throughout the facility.  We thank you for your cooperation and ongoing support during this time. Let’s all help each stay safe.

In the spirit of maintaining safety protocols during this unprecedented time, while we wish to have you with us, please postpone your visit if you have been experiencing fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, shortness of breath or come in close contact of a person who tested positive for COVID-19.