5 Places to Celebrate Father's Day Around Delaware
From bourbon dinners to brunch, here's where to treat dad this year.
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Father’s Day is this Sunday, June 16 and if you are stumped on how to treat dad this year, we’ve got five, foodie-related options that will surely have him crack a smile.
Friday, June 14
Surprise dad with a trip to the grand opening of Off-Centered On The Rocks, a collaborative outdoor space at the Lewes Ferry terminal. This waterfront, community-style space will feature a fire pit, pergola, picnic tables, benches and cornhole, as well as offer a selection of Dogfish Head brews, Dogfish Head Distilling Co. cocktails and beer-infused eats. Visit cmlf.com to view the menu.
Off-Centered On The Rocks at the Lewes Ferry Terminal.//photo courtesy of Delaware River and Bay Authority
Saturday, June 15
Desserts By Dana is hosting a live bourbon and bacon dinner from 6-8:30 p.m. at the Dorrance H. Hamilton Center for Culinary Enterprises in Philadelphia. Indulge in five courses with plenty of food, fun and music. Tickets start at $99 per person, and can be purchased here: eventbrite.com.
Sunday, June 16
Make dad feel like royalty and treat him to brunch between 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Green Room at the Hotel du Pont. Price is $55 per person plus gratuity for carved prime rib, bacon, eggs benedict and more. Reservations required; visit opentable.com or call 594-3255.
Deerfield is hosting a Father’s Day brunch and brew from 10 a.m.- 3 p.m. Enjoy a delectable brunch plus a craft beer tasting by Lagunitas Brewing Company. All dads in attendance will also receive a free round of golf. Reservations are not required; visit deerfieldgolfclub.com/dining for more information.
Cantwell’s Tavern in Odessa is hosting its annual cigar dinner from 5-8 p.m. For $60 a person, enjoy three courses, two beers and two bourbons. Call 376-0600 to purchase tickets.