765 Santa Fe Drive
This fit and fun idea comes a day early, so mark your calendar, then grab an extra yoga mat for Dad for a whiskey and yoga workshop. The high-energy flow, at 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 17, will stretch the old man out for a full hour before the crew from Laws Whiskey House takes over for a whiskey tasting. The class is $15 per person; purchase tickets at recreativedenver.org.
Seedstock Brewery’s Father’s Day Crawfish Boil
3610 West Colfax Avenue
Nothing says bonding with Dad quite like sharing a couple of pounds of crawfish from Mile High Cajun. Seedstock Brewery will hold two seatings — at 1 and 3 p.m. — to celebrate Father’s Day, offering crawfish-only options or corn, potato and sausage, too. Pre-sale tickets are available through June 14 on Seedstock Brewery’s Facebook page.
Station 26 Brewing Surf and Turf and Surf Party
7045 East 38th Avenue
Station 26 Brewing has the perfect excuse for Dad to break out his Hawaiian shirt. Starting at 3 p.m. on Sunday, the brewery will throw a Surf and Turf and Surf party, offering a meat-and-seafood menu and music from the Royal Aces Surf Band. Cliché Dad jokes encouraged at this party; it’s sure to be swell.
ViewHouse Centennial Father’s Day BBQ Brunch
7101 South Clinton Street
For brunch with a view, ViewHouse Centennial is setting up meat-carving stations, seafood towers and build-your-own omelets and waffles for Dad this Father’s Day. From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Pops can munch on St. Louis ribs, mac-and-cheese fritters and more for only $36.95. Reservations are encouraged and can be made at 303-997-3478.
World of Beer Belmar
7620 West Alaska Drive
If you truly feel attached to the World’s #1 Dad shirt for your dad, the next-best option is found at the World of Beer Belmar. With the purchase of a Blue Moon, Dad will get a World of Beer pint glass that reads, “DAD, THE MAN, THE MYTH, THE LEGEND!” Plus, if you decide to get him, say, a $25 gift card, you’ll get a $5 bonus card to use on yourself. This promotion is going on now through Father’s Day, so make a trip to Lakewood for Dad before the big day.