Lower Mills Tavern is celebrating with brunch and dinner! Dad can enjoy sinking his teeth into the LMT Father’s Day special: 12 oz rib eye with habanero cheddar grits, seared bróccolini and Porcini Beurre blanc! The Industry is offering late afternoon brunch crafted by Chef Brian Rossi. Head in for breakfast favorites and bloody mary’s, while you sit back to live music from local artist, Derrick Keane. Reservations are recommended, so call ahead to book your table.
Sip sangria at 224 Boston’s new and improved patio! Enjoy housemade sangria and share some apps like whipped ricotta, kung pao calamari and shrimp tacos al fresco!
If the World Cup is your jam, The Banshee on Dot Ave is the place to be! You can watch every game live! The Banshee has 10 flatscreen TVs, plenty of beer on tap, and game snacks like pub nachos, steak&cheese egg rolls, and flatbreads!
We’ve got the best Father’s Day Gift Guide just for you! Creative and fun gifts right here in the neighborhood! You can check it out here!
Take me out to the ballgame! If you love vintage baseball, then you’ll love this! Travel back in time to 1886 and watch some old time baseball! The Boston Beaneaters will face the Connecticut Bulldogs on Saturday, June 16th at 11am at Garvey Park! For more information about Beaneaters Baseball, visit here!
We can’t think of a better way to kick off Father’s Day than by participating in the McKeon Post Father’s Day Road Race. On Sunday, June 17th at 10am join the McKeon post for a 5K walk or 5K run. Enjoy a post race cookout immediately after! Pre-registration $25, race day registration is $30. You can register here!
Go wild! The Franklin Park Zoo is offering free admission for all dads on Sunday, June 17th Father’s Day! The zoo is home to kangaroos, zebras, giraffes and more! Speaking of giraffes, Savannah the giraffe (a zoo favorite) is back with a new addition: Chad, a 2-year-old male Masai giraffe. Make a plan to visit them this weekend! There’s also a new dinosaur exhibit happening through September!