Watch the Red Sox Game
Though the Red Sox have an away game this Father’s Day, a cookout in the backyard with the game on sounds like a great day to us. Spend the day with dad grilling outside then watching the game with a feast in front of you.
Hit Up Some Local Breweries
Boston’s got no shortage of breweries and the craft beer scene is still on the rise. But a day at the local breweries equals an adventure of trying new brews, learning about craft beer, and noshing on tasty eats. Some of our favorites where you can hang out for the day are Night Shift Brewing, Harpoon Brewery & Beer Hall, and Samuel Adams Boston Brewery. For a spot where you can sit down for a full meal while tasting new brews, check out Cambridge Brewing Company in Kendall Square.
Treat Dad to a Great Steakhouse Meal
Nothing says Happy Father’s Day like a big ol’ steak for Dad. At Toscana Italian Chophouse in Portsmouth, NH expect signature chops, incredible sides, and Italian favorites that the whole family will love.
Hike Middlesex Fells
Looking for a more adventurous way to spend the day? Head to the Middlesex Fells for a great variety of activities. Whether it’s biking, canoeing, fishing, or hiking, there are plenty of ways to keep fit on Father’s Day. In addition to the over 100 miles of mixed-use trails, the Fells features a dog park, athletic fields, picnic areas, a playground, and much more.
Stroll the Greenway and Grab Grub from the Food Trucks
Now that the weather is warmer, it’s the perfect time for a stroll along the Greenway. Explore art exhibits, ride the carousel, try local eats from the food trucks, and relax on the swings. The Greenway is 1.5 miles of sights and experiences wrapped up in this modern, adventurous park.