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Where to Dine With Dad This Father's Day in the Tri-State Area

Father's Day is almost here! And what better way to celebrate dad than with delicious food? Here are a few restaurants and food festivals in the area. 

New York 

Father's Day Beer Cruise, leaving from Pier 40, this yacht tour includes a brunch featuring cocktails, jazz music and a stunning view of some iconic landmarks. Boarding begins at 12 p.m. and the ship sails from 12:30 until 2:30 p.m.. Tickets for adults cost $100, $90 for seniors and military personnel, $60 for children 4-12 and children 3 and under ride for free.

Bats! Brats! And Beer, 895 Shore Road, Bronx, enjoy a lunch of brats, beer and other ballpark favorites while taking in a baseball game played on the historic Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum lawn. The game will be played with old-time uniforms and equipment. The game and lunch will be from 1-3 p.m. It costs $10 for adults and $5.00 for kids.

Cantina Rooftop, 605 West 48th St., treat dad to some Mexican food this Father’s Day. Cantina Rooftop will be serving brunch Sunday from 11:30 a.m. until 4 p.m.

Mundo, 37-06 36th St., Long Island City, will be serving brunch for meat and fish lovers Sunday. They also have $18 bottomless cocktails during brunch if dad wants indulge with a beverage. 

Haven Rooftop, 132 W 47th St., enjoy some of your favorite traditional brunch foods, drinks and a gorgeous view at Haven Rooftop. Many of their brunch entrees cost around $15.

Bedford & Co., 118 East 40th St., let someone else doing the grilling this Father’s Day. Bedford & Co. will be serving up both brunch and dinner Sunday.

New Jersey 

Father's Day BBQ Luau, 150 Atlantic St., bring your favorite Hawaiian-themed shirt to the Bellview Winery for their first ever Father’s Day Luau. The event will feature music, catering from Jersey Bill’s BBQ and, of course, wine. The whole experience only costs $5 per person. 

Catelli Duo, 12101 Town Center Blvd., this Italian brunch buffet includes specialty meats and breakfasts classics.


Father's Day Pig Roast, 406 Redding Road, stop by Redding Roadhouse for lunch or dinner this Father’s Day for a pig roast. While you feast you can sip on spirits from Two Roads Brewery.

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