Father’s Day 2020 will certainly be like no other. Coming out of a worldwide pandemic, where we have been sheltered in place for more than a few weeks and trying to find some level of normal, has been nothing short of challenging. While things may not look like before, let’s not forget to celebrate those special moments, people, and things that bring us joy and happiness.
Father’s Day is just around the corner—what a great time to get the family together and celebrate! Whether you choose to make reservations at one of Addison’s great restaurants or take him to a comedy show at the Improv, let’s show dad how much he means to us by spoiling him on his day.
For starters, how about all the grilled meat dad can eat? Treat dad to a special Father’s Day lunch or dinner at Texas de Brazil. With 16 different cuts of meat, a salad bar boasting over 50 different items, desserts, and an impressive wine list to pair with your meal, Texas de Brazil is sure to let know dad just how much you appreciate him. I mean, we’re talking all you can eat filet mignon, Picanha, lamb chops, flank steak, pork ribs and filet mignon wrapped in bacon! It’s a dream come true! Log on to Texas de Brazil’s website to make your reservation today.
Make it a whole weekend with Chamberlain’s. Start on Saturday a fine cigar at The Cigar Lounge at Chamberlain’s. The cigar lounge is open Monday through Saturday from 4-10 p.m. After a great evening of cigars, drinks and conversations with dad, come back on Sunday for Chamberlain’s Steak and Chop House special Father’s Day brunch or dinner menu. The special menu will be available for dine-in from 11:30 a.m.-8 p.m. The menu includes your choice of starter, entrée and dessert, and it features all of dad’s favorites. Filet mignon, prime ribeye, salmon, jumbo shrimp and more.
Table 13 brings to life the magic of the early 1960’s era. The days of the Rat Pack, upscale dining and top-notch live entertainment. Why not take dad out to dinner at Table 13 and enjoy an evening of great conversation, amazing food and some of the area’s best live music? Table 13 is back open Wednesday to Saturday with lunch and dinner served Wednesday to Friday and dinner service on Saturday. They will be featuring live entertainment starting at 6:30 p.m. each night. Visit their website for the full menu as well as the different weekend specials available. You can also stay up to date with all the latest entertainment schedules and announcements on Table 13’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
How about a hilarious evening with JP Sears at the Improv in Addison? JP will perform all weekend starting on Friday and ending with a 7:30 p.m. show on Sunday. JP Sears is a YouTuber, comedian, author, speaker, world traveler and overall hilarious person. “His work empowers people to live more meaningful lives. He is very active with his online videos where he encourages healing and growth through his humorous and entertainingly informative videos.” You can check out JP’s work on his website, and you can find his videos on www.youtube.com/awakenwithjp. For tickets and more information on his shows at the Improv visit their website.
Does your dad love to sing? Is he always breaking out into song when someone says something that reminds him of a famous song? How about spending an evening at Pete’s Dueling Pianos? If you haven’t been, here’s what to expect: “Pete’s Dueling Pianos brings high energy nightly celebrations and unparalleled entertainment. Each night four of the best entertainers around take the stage in two-person rotations to perform hits from every era imaginable on two baby grand pianos. Also, all four players join on stage multiple times throughout the evening to bring partygoers songs filled with more instruments and more liveliness.” It will be a night filled with laughter, lots of singing and fun! Visit Pete’s Dueling Piano Bar’s website for more information.
Is dad a historian buff? Does he love vintage warplanes? Why not a tour around Cavanaugh Flight Museum at Addison Airport? The museum is open Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. You can book a formal tour or choose to enjoy the museum on your own. The museum features aircraft from World War I and II, Korean War, Vietnam War as well as civilian aircraft. It’s a great way to see some of the amazing aircraft that flew so many years ago. Don’t forget to stop by the gift shop before you leave and pick up some pretty cool memorabilia. Visit the Cavanaugh Flight Museum website for more information.
Happy Father’s Day to all our dads!