5 Things to Do for Father's Day in Seattle

A young Seattle Mariners fan watches batting practice before the game against the Oakland Athletics at Safeco Field on July 9, 2017 in Seattle, Washington. The Seattle Mariners beat the Oakland Athletics 4-0
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There are many things to do for Father’s Day in Seattle and Tacoma. Go out to eat, enjoy an event, head to a game, check out a vintage car show, or just stay home and relax—whatever floats your boat.

Father's Day 2018 is on June 17!

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Father's Day Brunch or Dinner

There is perhaps no finer way to celebrate any occasion than enjoying a meal with loved ones—this includes Father’s Day. Many restaurants host Father’s Day brunches or have special pricing on food or drinks. One of the best ways to keep on top of Father’s Day dining destinations is to check OpenTable by clicking the link above.

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Go to a Mariners Game

There are several major sporting events to choose from for Father's day, but what could possibly say Father's Day more than a baseball game at Safeco Field?

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Father's Day at LeMay: Cruise-In and BBQ Picnic

For motorhead dads, look for local car shows, of which there are many. A popular annual event takes place at LeMay Marymount Events Center in Spanaway. Kick back with some barbecue from GraveDigger BBQ and then enjoy the car show. Bring your vintage car along, if you have one. Important to note: this is the LeMay Family Collection in Spanaway, not the LeMay museum located in downtown Tacoma.

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Take in a Concert or Event

Seattle and Tacoma both have steady and plentiful events offerings. Aside from special Father’s Day events, there are many happenings taking place on and around June 17.

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Cooking Classes for Dad

Perhaps signing Dad up for cooking lessons shows you have an ulterior motive, but cooking classes are a great thing for couples as well as dad and their kids to do together. Where to look for Father's Day cooking classes? Blue Ribbon Cooking & Culinary Center, and upscale restaurants such as Maximilien French Restaurant at Pike Place.