Father's Day Festivities For Every Type of Dad
Father’s Day is just around the corner! And what better way to show your appreciation for the father-figures in your life than with some good old quality time? Not sure how to spend the special day? Don’t stress! We’ve put together a small list of things we think both you and your dad will enjoy. From outdoorsy dads to homebody dads, we’ve got you covered!
Treat your dad to a Dodger dog and support our boys in blue! The LA Dodgers are set to play the Chicago Cubs on June 16, a perfect game to bring your dad for Father’s Day! Don’t miss out on the cheers and plenty of good eats. Order tickets here.
Have a beer or two with your dad at Angel City Brewery in the LA’s Arts District. What better way to catch up and relax with dad than to sit down with some beers and chat? Drop by between 8-9:30pm to take part in Two Truths & a Lie— a storytelling podcast where the audience has to guess the lie!
With miles of beautifully scenic coastlines, LA is full of beaches to visit. Spend a chill day at the beach lounging around with dad, taking in the bright LA summer sun!
- Dockweiler State Beach - Perfect for throwing bonfires.
- Santa Monica State Beach - Filled with good eats.
- Zuma Beach - Great for a quiet and peaceful day.
Enjoy a movie under the stars— literally. From rooftops to parks, there are fun outdoor screenings all over the city! Bring some snacks, a blanket, and catch films old and new that both you and your dad will appreciate. Book tickets here: Rooftop Cinema Club, Street Food Cinema, Melrose Rooftop Theatre.
A fan of Italian food? Celebrate Father’s Day early at Eataly L.A. on Saturday June 15th, with 50% off select prime cuts! Or stop by on Sunday to try a variety kinds of eats in the Eataly marketplace. From main courses to desserts, you won’t regret this unique dining experience!
Not in L.A.? Don’t worry, we’ve got a list for you too!
- Have a backyard BBQ! Grill some burgers and hotdogs with dad.
- Enjoy a day of sports with golf (or mini-golf).
- Spend sometime with mother nature! Go camping or hiking with dad.
- Visit a museum you both haven't been to before.
- Show some love for dad by cooking a homemade breakfast.
There are a bunch of things you can do with your dad for Father’s Day. But no matter what you decide to do with your dad, the most important element to remember is to have fun! Show your dad how grateful you are for him. A simple “I love you” can go a long way.
Happy Father’s Day! From our family to yours.