6 Things To Do With Your Father This Weekend
With Father’s Day on Sunday, it’s well past time to start thinking about how you’re going to celebrate the father figure in your life. Whether their favorite thing is going out to eat, enjoying a game or a thoughtful gift from you, we bring you six things to do with your father this weekend.
June 19: Celebrate dad this Father’s Day at Balaban’s Father’s Day Brunch from 9am-2pm. The brunch starts with a complimentary mimosa for dad along with all-you-can-eat shrimp, crab claws and smoked shrimp. On the hot buffet, dad will delight in bacon, sausages, battered cod, eggs, Cajun French toast and so much more—a first-class buffet at a special Balaban’s price. To ensure your space, be sure to make a reservation today.**
June 18: East + West Father’s Day Pop-Up
Head to Narrative Furniture’s Showroom on Saturday, June 18 to shop for your last-minute Father’s Day gifts. East + West will be setting up shop and Sump Coffee will be pouring cold brews.
June 19: Music of Elvis as the STL Symphony
Take dad to see veteran singer and songwriter Terry Mike Jeffrey at the STL Symphony for a tribute to music icon, Elvis Presley. Enjoy some of Elvis’ most iconic songs, like “Suspicious Minds,” “Don’t Be Cruel” and“Burning Love.”
June 19: Brunch at the Boathouse
Head to Forest Park and enjoy a relaxing brunch at The Boathouse with dad this Sunday. Try the Chorizo and Egg Burrito and a bloody mary before hopping in one of the paddleboats around Post-Dispatch Lake.
June 19: Guerrilla Street Food LINGGO
Join Guerrilla Street Food for its monthly Sunday Brunch, LINGGO. The brunch will feature an all-new menu consisting of dishes inspired by Filipino breakfast and Midwestern classics, with delicious brunch cocktails.
Treat dad to a game this Father’s Day with all-inclusive tickets for Cardinals baseball games in August and September. The tickets include an all-you-can-eat buffet, complimentary beer and soda and access to an indoor air-conditioned club.
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