1. Casually Drink Beer
Unanimously, all dads will drink on Father’s Day. And drinking will cause fires (see #3) and heated debates about whose sports team is better.
2. Over/Undercook the Food
Unless your Dad is a master chef, your food isn’t coming out perfect. If he burns the food, it will be more charcoal than actual meat. To cover his tracks, Dad will claim the burnt flavor is actually a special secret meat rub. If he undercooks your food, then Dad’s going to claim he did it on purpose, “so that you can taste the flavor of the food”. Either way, bring along a PB&J to eat when he’s not looking.
3. Cause a Fire
Inevitably, when Dads and grills are involved, a fire happens. Perhaps it’s the drinking, perhaps it’s just male fascination with fire . . . but someone or something gets burned. Is it going to be the food, a finger or Mom’s prized rosebushes?
4. Wear A Cheesy Apron That Embarrasses You
We all love when Dads wear those “Kiss the Cook” aprons. But it’s always better when Dad says something to embarrass the whole family.
Father’s Day Events In The Area
Father’s Day is Sunday, June 21. Let Dad take a break this year from all the grilling and treat him to something fun at one of our restaurants or event venues. Here’s some of the great events coming up this weekend:
Restaurants in the Area
Mètalaye Enterprises has two restaurants in the area for you to check out on Father’s Day. Treat Dad to a locally sourced, from-scratch meal at The JDK Group’s sister company’s restaurant and bar.
Enjoy a gourmet meal at The Garlic Poet, which is open on both Saturday and Sunday from 4pm – 10pm.
Is Dad a fan of craft beer and gourmet pizza? Treat him to a slice and a cold one at Grain + Verse Bottlehouse.
Grain + Verse Bottlehouse is open on Saturday and Sunday from 11am – 10pm.
“Dads and Donuts”
The Vineyard at Hershey is hosting a “Dads and Donuts” event on Sunday, June 21. Treat Dad to donuts paired with his favorite craft beer or wine.
Live Music at The Vineyard and Brewery at Hershey
If your Dad enjoys a great live performance, The Vineyard and Brewery at Hershey features live music on both Saturdays and Sundays. The Vineyard and Brewery at Hershey is open on Saturday from 11am – 8pm and Sunday from 11am – 6pm.
Shopping for Dad
Looking to get Dad a present? The Royal Square Neighborhood in Downtown York offers a variety of different stores with creative gift ideas.
Redeux, a handmade and vintage marketplace, is open on Saturday from 11am – 7pm and Sunday from 12pm – 6pm.
56 Urban Provisions
56 Urban Provisions tag-lined as “a modern day general store”. It is open on Saturday from 11am – 7pm and Sunday from 12pm – 6pm.
Happy Father’s Day!