Having trouble finding the perfect way to spend the day with dad? We've come up with Father's Day festivities for every kind of dad. Whether he's looking for a trip to the batting cage or a hearty beef buffet, make sure to spend the day doing something he'll love with these local favorites.

Kimball Farm

400 Littleton Road, Westford 

978-486-3891

www.kimballfarm.com

For the fun-loving dad, head down to Kimball Farm in Westford, MA. There you’ll be able to bond with dad over a round of mini golf, a trip to the batting cages or some time in the bumper boats. After the fun, stay for the food. There will be an all-day BBQ with ice cream sundaes and a band. 

Bambara Restaurant

25 Edwin H. Land Blvd., Cambridge

617-868-4444 

www.bambara-cambridge.com

For the meat loving father, check out Bambara Restaurant in Cambridge. Head chef Jay Silva will be serving up ribs, coleslaw and house-made cornbread paired with Mayflower Beer on draft. Enjoy Dad’s favorites by the Charles and then hit the Museum of Science or spend some time on the Esplanade.  

Foundry on Elm

225 Elm St., Somerville

617-628-9999, $25 per person

www.foundryonelm.com

Foundry on Elm will be open from 10:30AM – 3:00PM this Father’s Day, providing a feast for the whole family. Slow roasted prime rib and mustard roasted ham take center stage, but chef Shayne Nunes isn’t stopping there. Brunch includes crepes, French toast, custom omelets, pastries and fresh fruit. 

Beat Brasserie

13 Brattle St. Cambridge

617-499-0001

www.beatbrasserie.com

If the dad in your life is a big music fan, take him down to Beat Brasserie to be transported to the Appalachians with some live bluegrass. A selection of special dishes will be available for Dad and the kids, from Short Rib Eggs Benedict to chocolate chip pancakes. Brunch is on from 10:00AM – 3:00PM.

Harvard Museums of Science and Culture

26 Oxford St., Cambridge

617-495-3045

Hmsc.harvard.edu

For the dad who likes things to be a little educational, spend the evening celebrating the Summer Solstice at the Harvard Museums of Science & Culture. There will be food trucks (plus a Ben & Jerry’s truck), a circus performance, a Taiko Drumming performance and lots of activities for everyone to enjoy.