Check out the Sincerely pop-up this weekend.
Courtesy of Steven R. Hazlett for Fatherly
Whiskey tasting at LeGrande Lounge.
The Time New York
Brunch at Dos Caminos
Courtesy of Dos Caminos
Get dad a spa treatment at the NYC Barber Shop Museum.
NYC Barber Shop Museum
A meal with live music at Valerie.
Father’s Day is around the corner and if you’re looking for the perfect way to pamper Dad this year, we’ve got you covered. From a whiskey tasting to brunch, here’s something for every kind of Dad to do this Father’s Day.
Check out a cool pop-up
This year for Father’s Day, Fatherly (a media site for Dads) has partnered with Gillette to create a fun pop up exhibit called, "Sincerely" that focuses on letters to sons about everything under the sun from love, life and how to be a good man. Some of the letters featured on redefining masculinity come from celebrities such as Terry Crews, rapper Common and more.
Now- June 16, Friday noon- 8 p.m. and Saturday + Sunday 11 a.m.-7 p.m., free, 401 West 14th Street
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Treat Dad to a whiskey flight
LeGrande Lounge at The Time New York hotel is hosting a tasting flight for whiskey-loving Dads. The lounge is located on the mezzanine level of the hotel, and its highly stylized interior makes it the perfect spot for a drink. This Father’s Day, Dad can taste a flight of whiskey from Japan, America, and Ireland. This tasting is perfect for any father who is a whiskey expert or wants to become an expert.
June 15, 5 p.m. – 2 a.m., $22, 224 West 49th street
Bottomless brunch for Dad
Dos Caminos is offering a bottomless brunch on Father’s Day weekend. The brunch features delicious food from Hell’s kitchen winner, Ariel Fox. Some dishes Dad can look forward to are: churro pancakes, Mexican French toast, and more. Dad can also enjoy bottomless frozen Margaritas, Bloody Marys, Mimosa, Screwdrivers or Sparkling wine with the purchase of a brunch entrées.
June 16, noon- 4 p.m., price varies, all locations
Take Dad for a spa treatment
If Dad is need of a spa treatment, the NYC Barber Shop Museum is the perfect spot to take him. They have a variety of packages but are offering a 10% discount to Metro readers off the 20th Century / Silver package. This package includes: wash, cut, blow-dry, neck shave, and a five-minute long hot towel neck massage. Additionally, Dads will get a personal comb to take away, some complimentary drinks, and even a museum tour. They will also be gifting Shaving Set with this service.
By Appointment, Monday-Friday 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.; Sat 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.; Sun 11 a.m. - 5 p.m., $66 (regularly, $74), 290 Columbus avenue
Live Music and Food
If Dad is a live music lover, you’re in luck. The live music brunch at Valerie is a fantastic choice. The two-level cocktail bar and restaurant will transport Dad back to the art-deco era with a modern flair. Neue Stringz will be performing live on Father’s Day from 11:30-2:30 p.m. While listening to the music, here are some menu items Dad can enjoy: braised beef short rib hash, crispy lobster scotch egg, custard-soaked French toast and more.
Sundays, 11 a.m- 2 a.m (brunch is served until 3 p.m., dinner 5 p.m.- midnight), Price varies, 45 West 45th street