How to Celebrate Father’s Day in Houston
Father’s Day is around the corner, and Houston is kicking the celebrations into gear. Celebrate this Father’s Day in Houston with a host of great events and things to do with Dad. Sure, Mother’s Day gets all the attention, but remember to treat the man who was a little tough on you, but always had your back in the end.
GRUB GRUB GRUB
Dad jokes and good food are two things ALL dads enjoy! Houston has an abundance of restaurants ready to satisfy your dad! Take your dad to one of Houston’s many restaurants offering delicious meals for Father’s Day in Houston this year! Our staff has put together a list of places for you to check out this Father’s Day with your dad!
Peli Peli is offering all Dads a bonus $25 gift card along with plenty of steaks, lamb chops, and seafood!
The Melting Pot has a meat packed Father’s Day menu with cheese, salad, and beer! All Dad’s get their first beer complimentary!
Cyclone Anaya’s offers brunch, sizzling fajitas, and delicious Texas sized margaritas!
Maggiano’s is having a Steak and Eggs brunch special for all dads this year!
Breakfast in bed is always a great option too! Look up some recipes online and surprise your dad with an arrangement of all his favorites!
Take Me (Him) Out to the Ball Game
Get your father some peanuts and cracker jacks, because on July 18th the Houston Astros take on the Boston Red Sox at Minute Maid Park. Nothing screams Father’s Day like a day out in the sun, eating hot dogs, and watching some baseball. Now that’s a true Americana tradition right there!
Get a Gift for Dad
Make sure you don’t forget to get him a Father’s Day gift. If you’re not sure what to get him, go ahead and bring him with you to the Kemah Boardwalk for their annual Father’s Day Gift Market. This beautiful waterfront shopping market has tons of gifts for Father’s Day in Houston. Plus, it’s located only 20 miles from downtown Houston. Get shopping!
Carving Some Meat
Get ready to carve. Grab your father and get some tickets to A Prime Father’s Day hosted at the Houstonian. Here, you and pops will learn the perfect practices for carving meat. Each dad will get a gift of two dry-aged Painted Hills Ribeye steaks, mac & cheese, and a bottle of Quintessa wine!
That Kind of Music Just Soothes the Soul
Take dad back to his past glory days with tickets to the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion to see Chicago and the Doobie Brothers live on July 17th. Nothing inspires the heart and soothes the soul like rock n’ roll.
What’s better than baseball, food, rock n’ roll, and gifts? Cars of course! Take the old man out to The Way Church’s annual Father’s Day Car Show. See the classics revived, and let dad relive those teenage nights driving through the streets after school.
Of course, when Father’s Day comes up, you can’t forget to talk about golf. Topgolf in Houston still has slots open for Father’s Day. This high-tech golf course has food, music, games, climate-controlled hitting bays, hundreds of TVs, and wifi. So give dad the gift of golf and comfort at the same time.