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Fort Lauderdale Knows How To Celebrate Father’s Day

“In the homes of our Nation, we look to the fathers to provide the strength and stability which characterize the successful family. If the father’s responsibilities are many, his rewards are also great — the love, appreciation, and respect of children and spouse.”

— President Lyndon B. Johnson

There’s no better way to show Dad how much you love him than by treating him to a fun outing in Fort Lauderdale. Below are some great options for your Father’s Day celebration this Sunday.

1. YOLO Brunch

Father's Day Brunch at YOLO, anyone?

You only brunch once… a year for Father’s Day! Take Dad to his favorite downtown Los Olas eatery for a special Father’s Day brunch at YOLO. From there, we have a list of even more places that Dad will love.

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2. Tarpon River Brewing

Tarpon River Brewing - Best Breweries of Fort Lauderdale
photo by Tarpon River Brewing

If Dad loves delicious craft beer, then head to Tarpon River Brewing this Sunday. But don’t show up wearing any old outfit… If you want to treat dad to a free flight of beer at the brewery then you have to wear matching outfits. Talk about a father-daughter / father-son lookalike!

There will also be a Father’s Day package for $50 so be sure to talk to your bartender!

Check out the event details.

3. LauderAle Brewing

photo by LauderAle Brewery

After Dad downs his free beer flight at Tarpon River Brewing, there’s only one other logical place to go… LauderAle Brewing is hosting a Father’s Day car show with 20-minute beer tours all day Sunday. If Dad drives a classic or custom ride then pull up in style for 10% off all day long and a chance to win a $25 gift card to LauderAle Brewing.

Check it out!

4. Bonnet House

Historic Designation vs Historic Preservation
Step back in history at the Bonnet House.

If Dad is a sucker for art and culture, then Bonnet House is the place to be. Bonnet House Museum & Gardens want families to step back in time this Father’s Day to experience life as it was in the 30s and 40s (before Father’s Day was even a nationally recognized holiday!).

Dads get in free with one paid adult admission. Click here for more info.

5. Xtreme Action Park

If Dad is an action junky then head to Xtreme Action Park for an adrenaline fueled driving lesson. This Sunday, Dads race free from 10 AM to 10 PM! There is a catch, however… You have to bring the kids! The last one to cross the finish line buys dinner!

Learn more here.