Chamberlain's knows what dad craves: a lavish meal.
Why not see a concert in the garden with dad?
The Dallas Arboretum makes Father's Day a happening.
Fearings Restaurant aims to treat dads like a king on Father's Day.
"Something Rotten" makes the Broadway show experience fun.
Tour de Fat makes partying mandatory. No, really.
Father’s Day may not get all the hype and hoopla of Mother’s Day, but it’s coming and you might want to start thinking of a gift. One that goes beyond a tie — or anything that can fit into a box for that matter. Chances are your dad wants to spend time with you.
So why not make a day, a night or a weekend of it? These Dallas event choices go beyond the ordinary and ensure that this Father’s Day will actually be a memorable one for you and dad.
Father’s Day Weekend at the Dallas Arboretum
Soak up the summer sun with blooms, brews, and barbecue at the Dallas Arboretum. Cafe on the Green will be offering barbecue and a selection of local beers, plus family trivia fun. Want to celebrate early? Check out the Arboretum’s Cool Concert Thursdays.
June 15 will bring a concert from U2byUV, as well as food from Rick’s BBQ, Jack’s Chowhound, and The Press Waffle Company.
Father’s Day Weekend is June 17 & 18, 11 am – 4 pm, Café on the Green.
Buy tickets for Cool Concert Thursdays here.
Chamberlain’s in Addison is the perfect place to celebrate the dapper dad. Take him to the Father’s Day Brunch at Chamberlain’s Fish Market, where he can choose from a special three course brunch menu, which offers options from both land and sea. Or take him for a luxe dinner at Chamberlain’s Steak and Chophouse located down the road, where he can enjoy a post-dinner smoke in their old school cigar lounge.
The Father’s Day Brunch is June 18, 10:30 am – 2:30pm at Chamberlain’s Fish Market Grill. Call 972-503-3474 for reservations.
The Steak and Chophouse is open for dinner from 5 pm – 9 pm. Call (972) 934-2467 for reservations.
Father’s Day: BBQ, Bourbon & Bluegrass at Fearing’s
The Father’s Day brunch at Fearing’s will impress the choosiest of dads. Pitmaster Jeffrey Hobbs of The Slow Bone will be serving up his incredibly flavorful and moist BBQ, and Devils River Whiskey will provide table-side bourbon tastings. To complete the party, Over the River band will be playing live bluegrass. Music to our ears!
June 18, 11 am – 3 pm. Call 214.922.4848 for reservations.
Something Rotten! at the Winspear
Treat dad to a night at the theater with the uproarious musical comedy, Something Rotten! From the director of Aladdin, and the co-director of the Book of Mormon, this play tells the story of two brothers who set out to write the world’s first musical. You can catch a showing at 2 pm or at 7:30 pm. We recommend hopping over a block to Tei An for a celebratory pre-show meal.
Buy tickets here.
Tour de Fat at The Bomb Factory
Tour de Fat, presented by New Belgium Brewing’s Fat Tire, will bring live music, biking, circus acts, and plenty of beer to Deep Ellum this Father’s Day. The event — which actually specifies “a mindset ready to party is mandatory” — is for the dad who is ready to let loose and party down. Jamestown Revival will headline the festival, and a portion of the proceeds will go to Bike DFW.
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Concerts in the Garden: 1812 Overture and Symphonic Sparklers
Finish Father’s Day with a bang at the Fort Worth Botanic Gardens. The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra will perform Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture under the stars, set to a stunning fireworks display.
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