Father’s Day is this Sunday, June 21 – Celebrate Father’s Day Weekend in the Washington, D.C. Area!
Looking for a special way to spend Father’s Day this year? Here are some ideas of ways to spend some family time with Dad on Father’s Day in Montgomery County, MD.
Here are some suggested restaurants with special dining and entertainment for the whole family. Father-friendly favorites for every taste and budget:
Take Dad to Omaha Steaks at Rio Washingtonian for a Dad’s Day Dinner! This $69.99 offer includes two 24 oz. T-Bone and more!
Make your reservations! Celebrate Dad with a burger and beer flight for only $19 at City Perch at Pike & Rose.
Enjoy real southern finger-lickin’ good BBQ at Urban Bar-B-Que! Stop by their locations in Rockville and Olney.
Treat Dad to all you can eat prime rib dinner this Father’s Day! Give your favorite grill master a break this Father’s Day and treat Dad to all the Certified Angus Beef Prime Rib he can eat! Prime Rib is served from 4pm- close and is served with potatoes and vegetables for $19.95!
This Father’s Day, treat Dad to the meal that all men love…a meal at Morton’s. For all he’s done. For all he will continue to do. Say, “Thanks Dad” with The Best Steak Anywhere. Enjoy a special Father’s Day Menu for $69 per person.
Beer & Wine Tasting
Denizens Brewing Co. offers German-style brews & BBQ from food truck served in outdoor beer garden & at bar with vintage stools. They’re currently serving five flagship beers on draft, along with four rotating seasonal brews. Come in to try their newest release, “trainspotting,” a pale ale.
Founded by beer lovers for beer lovers, Growerls is the first Brewpub in Montgomery County and a landmark destination (located in a historic building in Gaithersburg) for craft beer drinkers today. Sample a flight of their award-winning craft beers while enjoying brunch, lunch or dinner at their outdoor deck bar, or hanging out in our upstairs “Saloon.”
Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyard:
Take Dad to sample delicious local wine with live music on the lower patio! Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyard is nestled in the rolling hills of Comus, Maryland on the border of Montgomery and Frederick Counties.
Montgomery County is home to two world-class zip line courses. Go Ape! in Rock Creek Regional Park in Rockville is home to 6 zip lines including America’s first skateboard zip line.
The Adveture Park in Sandy Spring consists of 13 different courses varying in degree of difficulty.
Sugarloaf Mountain in Dickerson, MD is open to the public for hiking, rock climbing, and sightseeing. Sugarloaf offers three well-marked hiking trails: a 2.5 mile, 5 mile or a 7 mile loop.
Great Falls National Park is accessible from both Maryland and Virginia. The cascades of the Great Falls reside in Maryland and have become a popular destination for expert whitewater kayaking. The park also boasts more than 15 miles of scenic hiking trails.