Father’s Day is Sunday, Atlanta!

Father's DayThat’s right.  You’ve got just a few days to do something special for dear old dad.  But if you’re having trouble thinking of the perfect way to let dad know just how much he means to you, fear not.  We’ve got some great ideas for you right here.

For the dad who loves some BBQ
Dads eat FREE at Bone Lick BBQ’s Father’s Day Feast!  This Sunday from 11am-8:00pm, take your dad out for some smoky, delicious, juicy BBQ at the most fun BBQ joint in Atlanta.  Some restrictions apply, so call Bone Lick if you want the details:  404-343-6574.

For the dad who loves to be active
Take dad and the entire family to knock down some pins at Midtown Bowl!   Mention the free shoe rental Facebook promotion when you check in on Sunday and dad will get to rent his shoes for FREE!

For the dad who loves to laugh
Treat dad to an improv show at The Village Theatre!  Get tickets for the Armando Show Friday night, June 14 or Improv A** Hole, the Village Theatre Improv League, and 1am Secret Show all happening Saturday night, June 15.

For the dad who loves a good meal and a cold beer
Enjoy a delicious brunch or dinner with dad downtown at The Drafting Table.

For the dad who loves to laugh AND eat!
The Drafting Table and Village Theatre have joined forces to satisfy this dad’s hunger for great food and comedy.  Enjoy a Father’s Day brunch at the Drafting Table (1 brunch item and 1 drink) and get 2 tickets to the Village Theatre performance of your choice on a night that suits your schedule.  Package costs $25 per person plus tax and gratuity.  Call 404-343-2821 for reservations.

For the dad who just wants the beer
Take dad out for a growler on tap at the Pencil Factory’s Intown Market.  Sit outside on the patio, enjoy the sunshine, and let dad know just how much you appreciate him.

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