I walked to Kensington Market this afternoon. Restaurants and bars in Toronto, as of a couple days ago, are allowed to open their patios as long as social distancing rules are followed. I saw an empty table for two in the corner of the patio at Trinity Common so stopped in for a beer.
Seating was only available on the patio (not in the restaurant) and the tables/chairs were spaced apart. Mario, the server, cleaned the tables and chairs as soon as people left. All staff wore masks or face coverings and they were all friendly.
There is a limited menu and they are printed on paper and you provide your contact information (so they can notify you if there is an outbreak because of their restaurant).
This is the first beer I've had on a patio since last year and it was nice to feel "normal".
There are men's and women's washrooms and though there are three stalls, only one person is allowed in at one time and you have to wear a mask when you enter the restaurant (they provide them if you don't have one).