A Sixpack of Ideas for Father's Day in Denver

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It can be a challenge deciding what to do for your dad on Father's Day. If the traditional backyard barbecue doesn't hold any appeal, here's a sixpack of alternatives, everything from cooking classes to live music to good grooming products.

1) Tunes on the Terrace
Lone Tree Arts Center
10075 Commons Street, Lone Tree
At 8 p.m. Saturday, June 20, you can treat dad to soulful music — a blend of blues, R&B, rock and roll, and maybe even reggae — and a free drink at the Lone Tree Arts Center. Dan Treanor’s Afrosippi Band featuring Erica Brown will perform on the outdoor stage during Tunes on the Terrace. You'll receive a complimentary drink coupon for each ticket purchased online using the code Dad2015; tickets range from $22 to $30 and can be purchased here

2) Bites n' Brews Father’s Day Classes 
Cook Street School of Culinary Arts
1937 Market Street

Get Father’s Day cooking by enrolling dad in a culinary class. Your dad can learn how to grill, cook with whiskey or attend a Bites n’ Brews course, where he'll will learn the basics of cooking with beer and creating a menu that complements the flavors of craft brews. All classes include a complete meal and a selection of craft beers from favorite local breweries; Bites n' Brews costs $99 for one — but why not sign up to take the course with Dad? Cook Street’s gift cards are available here

3) Aillea
1408 Larimer Street

Help your father go green while also looking well-groomed with lotion, lip balm, shaving cream, shampoo, conditioners and more from Aillea, the new beauty retailer in historic Larimer Square. Aillea only carries toxin-free products, including the Josh Rosebrook, Dr. J Organics, Suki and Rahua lines. And through June 21, you'll receive 20 percent off any purchase of $200 or more. Find more information about Aillea here.
4) Al's Barbershop
1425 Larimer Street

Pamper Dad — and get a deal yourself. Al’s Barber Shop in Larimer Square is having with a buy one haircut, get one haircut free deal through June 20. Set in a guy-friendly atmosphere and staffed by experienced barbers, Al's usually charges $38 for men’s haircuts and $25 for kids under twelve. Call 303-534-1583 to make an appointment; click here for more information. 

5) Tamayo
1400 Larimer Street

Take your dad to brunch at Tamayo on Larimer Square, where he'll receive a complementary shot of Casamigos Anejo tequila with his meal. Reservations are recommended; call 720-946-1433 or click here for more information. 
6)  ViewHouse 
7101 South Clinton Street, Centennial
2015 Market Street 

Take Dad to the ViewHouse in Centennial on Father's Day and he’ll get a free Brewmosa made with Blue Moon beer and orange juice with the purchase of the Sunday brunch buffet. The $36.95 buffet includes a meat-carving station with leg of lamb, spiral ham and prime rib; chilled seafood towers; made-to-order omelettes; a waffle station; a pancake bar; fresh fruit and cold-pressed juice. Or bring Dad to brunch at Viewhouse Ballpark, where he'll get a free Brewmosa with the purchase of any brunch entrée. And all day on June 21, Dad can get a Ballpark burger and a draft beer for $10 at the ViewHouse. For more information on ViewHouse, click here. 


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