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A Father's Day for Everyone

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Father’s Day is this Sunday. Yes, red alert, Father’s Day is THIS Sunday. I’m sure between summer expeditions and the (occasional) work that must be done, you’ve probably forgotten to plan something for dad’s day. Well, don’t fret. I’ve got you covered.

(you too mom)

Father’s Day, in my eyes, is basically the same as Mother’s Day. It’s about honoring the people that raised you, and engrained in you the most precious values you have. I mean, this Mother’s Day was the first Mother’s Day I’ve spent with my entire family in 6 years. Yes! 6 long years. Even though I didn’t give you guys plans for Mother’s Day, (which shame on me, I know), I’ve decided that this blog is not only about honoring your dad, but also honoring your mom (for God’s sake, she pushed you out of her womb). You know, there are many types of families out there, with two moms, a single mom, a single dad  - so no matter if your dad is present (I’m lucky and blessed that mine is), you’ll have something to do this Sunday!

Father’s Day for Dad:

For the Brew Junkie:

Brew is an in beer, just to put that out there. If your dad loves beers, and you’re in Boston (which you should be, Boston is amazing), they’ve you’re pretty lucky. Boston has some of the best local brews in the country. Because “local” in Boston means anything from New Hampshire to Maine, that leaves us with a huge variety. If you’re looking for some place to get your beer one, check out: The Publick House, Sunset Grill, Boston Beer Works, and Cambridge Brewing Company.

For the Breakfast Junkie:

My dad isn’t much of a drinker, but he is a lover of breakfast food – and by breakfast food I mean a Swiss cheese omelet with a side of extra crispy bacon. Oh, and the coffee that he always forgets to order. If your dad is anything like mine, brunch is most certainly a necessity on Sunday morning.

Museum of Science:

I know what you must be thinking, brunch at the museum? Yes! Brunch at the SCIENCE museum, seriously could not get any cooler. Though I’m not a fan of buffets, not because I don’t love all the food I can gobble down, but because I tend to over eat, cry, and then continue eating, I would sign up for a Wolfgang Puck brunch any day. Not only will you be chowing down on some seriously delicious eats, but you’ll be seated in the Skyline Room overlooking the Charles River.

(i don't know these people but how cute are they)

Café Fleuri:

Barbecue is a summer staple, but sometimes, it’s also a dad staple. So because it’s both summer and Father’s Day, The Langham Hotel is pretty ideal. All their brunch items are BBQ inspired. Oink Oink!

For the Animal Lover:

The Franklin Park Zoo offers free admission to all dads. Yes, free admission. Do you think if I wore a mustache and a cap I could pass for a (young and handsome) dad?

Father’s Day for the other dad, Mom:

Yes, Father’s Day for moms is a thing. We’re very used to having a mental image of what a typical family is, but it’s 2016, there is no such thing as a typical family. Like I’ve mentioned, there are families with two moms, two dads, a single mom, a mom and a dad (and maybe you just want to thank your mom again); there’s seriously every kind of family out there. So why not take this day to celebrate the mom in your life too?

For the Spa Lover:

The Emerge Spa has a Father’s Day treatment deal, but it’s also valid for moms. Between getting a relaxing pedicure, a cucumber facial, and the (not so relaxing, but sometimes needed) wax, you’ll make mama very very happy.

For the Vino Lover:

Did you know there’s a Boston Wine School? Yes, you can register for classes, have some tastings, and learn about different kinds of grapes all in the same place. So for the vino loving mama in your life, you can either take it back to your college days and sign up for a class, or you can take her of a City Wine Tour. Mamma Mia!

(sorry I'm wine-y)

For the Instagram Lover (just so she can post super cool boat pics):

Take her on either the lunch or sunset cruise with Spirit Cruises. There’s an open bar, a DJ, and panoramic views of the gorgeous Boston skyline. If your mom’s a photographer (very much like mine), the cruise back drop is perfect for a new insta post.

This coming Sunday is about loving the ones you’re with, and the ones in your life. There’s obviously a special shout out there to the people that raised you, so raise your glasses (beer, wine, or iced coffee), and thank them. They deserve it.

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