Celebrate Father's Day 2014 in Boston
June 15th. Dad’s day. For all of the wonderful things he has done and continues to do, but mostly, just for being him, treat your father to any one of the following spots offering Father’s Day specials in and around Boston.
As Father’s Day falls on the last day of Gay Pride celebration, The Beehive will be happy and hopping for their Gay Father’s Day dinner. For the funk and groove element everyone has come to know the Beehive for, live performances in honor of Etta James, Aretha Franklin and Amy Winehouse will be on tap. And you can expect the usual delectable fare from Chef Marc Orfaly. Dinner is served from 6p.m -12:30 a.m.
Bread and Co BBQ Pop up
Power duo, Josh Lewin and Katrina Jazayeri are popping up all over town with unique experiences in food and company. On Father’s Day, their love of all things Texas hits in Beacon Hill at the Sloane Merrill Gallery with a second installment of their BBQ popup. Prepare for brisket and sausage and lots of beer…the two step may be in effect at some point throughout the evening as well…just something else to keep in ming.
Things are indeed sweet over in Needham with Father's Day being celebrated with a special donut popup by much anticipated Stacked Donuts and Trademark Tarts from Party of Two duo Stephanie Cmar and Justin Burke-Samson.
Donuts and tarts ($3 each and cash only) will be paired with coffee and music from the Sweet basil crew.
Bistro du Midi
If you are in the mood for a fancier celebration, or perhaps you just want to pretend you are in France, Sommelier Todd Lipman and Chef Robert Sisca have prepared a classic combination for you and dad to enjoy. A collection of Whiskey aged in 30 yr casks will be presented and paired alongside prime grilled ribeye with roasted bone marrow and other delectable treats. Enjoy these in their gorgeous upstairs dining room, or, if it's a nice day, on their beautiful patio!
Puritan and Co.
Right near one of the current sets for Black Mass, Chef Will Gilson has big flavor for your special dad. Dry aged Beef, Bacon, BBQ, bold red wine and Bourbon. Menu specials will be circulated on the evening of Father's Day. You may even brush up with a celebrity while you are there.
Treat dad to house smoked hickory grilled ribeye (12 oz Brandt beef) with Brussels sprouts and mashed potatoes, classic, simple, but tried and true. Wash it down with a Red Hook drink (Rittenhouse Rye, Punt e Mes , and Luxardo Cherries) all for $40.
Area Four Restaurant
The best brunch option for Father's Day is definitely A4 in Kendal. Breakfast pizza, Bloody Marys and freshly baked treats coming striaght from their pizza oven will make it a grand slam of a start to your day!
Chef Paul Turano has an incredible brunch up his sleeve over at Tryst. Steak and Eggs, and Angus Sirloin burger…wild mushroom omelette – all of these things go down even more smoothly with a complimentary Bloody Mary. And perhaps even more smoothly at the low price point of $28!
Starting at 6:30 pm, bring dad to a feast inspired by Jim Beam – Devils Cut, Maker’s 46, Knob Creek- Smoked Maple, and Jim Beam Honey. From bourbon flavored apps to a bourbon vanilla panna cotta, his Father's Day is guaranteed to be one of the best yet.
From 4p.m. -9p.m. on the 15th, chef/owner Angelo Digirolamo features a delectable Italian feast worthy of any fatherly love...and tummy! Whether it’s fresh burrata, seafood (think Lobster Diavolo) or surf and turf, you can have it all at this Arlington restaurant. And finish it off with a vanilla pana cotta with melon soup – it is summer after all!