Still stumped about how to celebrate dad? Don’t reach for the tie or gift card! Instead, take him out on the town. Here are events happening around Dallas to celebrate the father in your life.
Scardellow Artisan Cheese, 3511 Oak Lawn Ave., Dallas, 7:00pm
Wine or beer? Let your taste buds decide. Bring your father and taste five rounds of cheese, wine, and beer. Charcuterie has been added to the tasting for Father’s Day. Tickets are $45.
Jazz on the Lake Nightcruise, Harbor Rockwall, 2074 Summer Lee Dr., Rockwall, 10:30pm
Get your tickets now for this great experience on Lake Ray Hubbard. Making a memorable gift for your dad and mom, this cruise features food, drinks, and jazz unique to an Uptown Jazz Dallas experience. BYOB for adults and a special live performance by saxophonist Vandell Andrew. Tickets are $85 and are limited.
Ferrari’s Italian Villa & Chop House, 14831 Midway Rd., Addison, 10:30am
Give dad the gift of cooking! Father’s Day cooking class at Ferrari’s features a menu with grilled ribeye steaks and burrata salad. Lunch will be paired with two wines and tickets are $55 per person. Contact Ana to reserve your seat, 469-999-8811.
Cimarron Park, 201 Red River Trail, Irving, 10:30am-12:00pm
Kids, invite your dad to the park and fly kites! For $5 you can build a kite together and enjoy the day.
Dallas Arboretum, 8525 Garland Rd., Dallas, 11:00am-4:00pm
Barbeque and Brews is a special weekend guaranteed to give that special father figure in your life a great time outdoors. Enjoy local BBQ paired with local beers. Tickets starting at $15. Event runs Saturday and Sunday.
Vetro Glassblowing Studio & Gallery, 701 S. Main St., Grapevine, 12:00-4:00
Want to make something for dad AND give him a great experience? Make your reservation today and torch a medallion. Tickets are $20.
Peticolas Brewing Co., 2026 Farrington St, Dallas, 12:00-6:00pm
Come celebrate your pop in the taproom! Buy yourself a beer and dad gets one for free.
Alamo Drafthouse, 1005 S. Lamar St., Dallas, 1:00pm & 4:30pm
Forget the mug or tie and treat your dad to a cinematic experience and booze.
At 1:00pm you can enjoy the curated selection of whiskeys and enjoy John Wayne in the western “Rio Bravo”.
If your father is more of a cinephile, come at 4:30pm and feel uneasy with Kubrick’s “The Shining” where blood rushing down the hallway is just as creepy today as when he saw it in theaters.
Tickets are $8.
Fearing’s Restaurant, 2121 McKinney Ave., Dallas, 11:00am-3:00pm
Fearing’s first annual Barbecue, Bourbon, and Bluegrass Brunch will be an indoor-outdoor celebration with a three-course feast with bourbon tastings and bluegrass tunes performed live. Early reservations are recommended and tickets are $75.