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You can certainly take dad out for a few beers and steaks on Father’s Day next weekend, and we can tell you the best place to do that, of course. However, what about surprising your father with a few of these additional unlikely things to do, as well? Think good beer and high altitudes.

Treat Dad to a day off this Father’s Day with tickets to Beer Mansion Dallas, the inaugural Texas event from Brooklyn Brewery. The three-session event will take place June 15 and 16 in Deep Ellum at 2616 Commerce St. Beer Mansion combines four parties under one roof each with unique themes, vendors, music, art, food and ever-flowing pours of craft brews and cocktails. Tickets are $20 for entry into the event and then an additional $15 for each sheet of 12 beer sampling tickets. There is also a Tasting Experience for $35 and that includes early entry into the Mansion, access to the Tasters Quarters, a signature Spiegelau tasting glass, swag bag and one complimentary food item.

It’s bowling and more at Pinstack on Father’s Day, and dad can indulge in a weeklong Father’s Day special available from Monday, June 11 to Sunday, June 17. The unique dining and entertainment destination is offering a 35 oz. Tomahawk Steak paired with truffle mac & cheese and grilled asparagus for $35. The special also includes a 20-point game card and is available at all three Dallas area Pinstack locations.

Every dad loves a drink and some boil. Shell Shack is doing $2 LandShark Beer and $5 frozen drinks, including the Blue Hawaiian. Don’t miss the boil of King Crab, Snow Crab, Dungeness Crab, Shrimp or Crawfish. Get it served “Uptown Style” or choose from Cajun, Garlic, Lemon Pepper, The Kitchen Sink or Naked and then pick your heat (mild, medium, hot or Diablo).

You can’t do better than taking dad to Lark on the Park for a special Father’s Day.  hef Ryan Barnett is a dad himself and his menu features some tasty favorites created with his own touch. Lark on the Park is located at 2015 Woodall Rogers Freeway on the edge of downtown’s Klyde Warren Park and offers complimentary valet parking. Afterward, you can spend some time with dad outdoors in a park setting or walk the short walk to one of Dallas’ museums in the area. 

For a nice drive on Father’s Day head to Fort Worth and take dad to the Fort Worth Stockyards, but not before heading over to Bird Café for a Father’s Day special menu brunch. Chef Kyle Baker and Bird Café  in Sundance Square celebrate Father’s Day with brunch specials in addition to its popular a la carte menu with everything from Grilled Steak Frites to Smoked Brisket and a Dad-bod Burger featuring a grilled Angus patty, bone marrow aioli, lettuce, tomato, smoked pimento cheese and crispy chicken skin

Take your Pop to the Top and spend some time with dad at Reunion Tower. That’s right, spend Father’s Day 470-feet in the air at the Reunion Tower GeO-Deck! Enjoy 360-degree views of the world’s best skyline, interactive exhibits and quality time with your number one man. Each Dad will receive a free digital photo and a special koozie to remember the day.

What will you be taking your dad to do on his special day? Leave other ideas in the comments!