Dodgers vs. Brewers Isn’t the Only Game in Town this Father’s Day

This Sunday it’s Father’s day and if you live in Los Angeles it’s going to be a scorcher. With an excessive heat warning in effect many families may choose to stay home for the holiday, but if you and your family dare to venture out into the city there are a lot father’s day activities happening, and not just the Dodgers vs. Brewers game. Take a look at some events, and some air conditioned bars, you could possibly take dad to on what’s shaping up to be a very, very hot day!


Dodgers vs Brewers, Echo Park – The game is at 1:10pm and tickets are still available. Bring the SPF!


Field of Dreams at The Crest, Westwood – “If you build it, he will come.” The Crest in Westwood is holding a special father’s day screening of this beloved film starring Kevin Costner. If you’re dad would like some baseball indoors, this is a great option!


Pasadena Chalk Festival, Pasadena – This Father’s Day Weekend marks the 24th Annual Pasadena Chalk Festival at Paseo Colorado. Over 600 skilled chalk artists from all over the world come together to celebrate the unique art form. The festival offers visitors an opportunity to experience art on Paseo Colorado’s famous plaza for free, and stroll through the shops, restaurants, and movie theater that line its perimeter.


The Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance, Beverly Hills – Named “one of the 300 unmissable events in the world” by Frommer’s Travel Guide, The Rodeo Drive Committee, in conjunction with the city of Beverly Hills, presents the Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance every year on Father’s Day. Each year a theme is selected to feature the superb combination of rare automobiles and motorcycles highlighting the past, present and future at the crossroads of fashion, design and entertainment.


Father’s Day at The Grove, Mid City – At Kiehl’s, dads can enjoy grooming services and facials, while moms and kids shop for Father’s Day gifts from Kiehl’s newest collection of men’s skincare essentials. Light bites ill be served.


Andell Family Sundays—Mesmerizing Abstraction: Agnes Martin at LACMA, Mid City – Make, look, and talk about art at Andell Family Sundays! This weekly family event features artist-led workshops and friendly gallery tours and activities thematically based on special exhibitions and LACMA’s permanent collection. Create memories together and have fun!


Langham Huntington, Pasadena for a Whiskey and Cigars Tasting Brunch, Pasadena – The Royce Wood-Fired Steakhouse will feature an interactive Brunch experience featuring flowing mimosas and Bloody Marys; displays of fresh breakfast pastries and elaborate food displays at the Chef’s Table and inside the Kitchen. Dads will enjoy a complimentary cigar and whiskey tastings. 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. $92 per person, $40 for children ages 4-12*


Angel City Brewery’s Father’s Day Food Truck + Music Fest, Downtown – Join Los Angeles’s favorite brewer at the Public House for a celebration honoring the some of the coolest dudes we know, Dads. Food. Music. Games. Beer. Quality Time. Featured Food Lineup: Tomski SausageBrewingThe Surfer Taco. Live Music From: The BloodhoundsCalvin WinbushLITTLE GIRLS*Children are allowed on site with a parent or guardian present before 8pm.


The Cannibal, Culver City – The Cannibal, A new butcher and beer shop and deli, has just opened in the heart of Culver City, and it’s a must visit for any carnivorous foodie dads out there. Vegetarians, don’t worry. They also have fresh meat-free salads and sandwiches. The Cannibal also boasts an excellent beer selection.


Paley, Hollywood – Hollywood’s latest dining and drinking hotspot, Paley, opened recently for lunch and has now added an exquisite dinner service featuring modern California cuisine focusing on local ingredients, a bar menu that includes craft cocktails, a happy hour with insane 50% discounts, and a glorious ’50s Hollywood heyday mid-century design concept.


Toscana, Brentwood – Father’s Day brunch, 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m. June 19. Dinner specials, from 5:30 p.m. June 19. 11633 San Vicente Blvd., Brentwood. 310-820-2448

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