Guys on the Town
Summer is almost here, and we have you covered for a list of places to get active or relax, grab a drink or bite to eat, and enjoy great company with friends and family. Our go-to list of activities will have you ushering in summer in all the right ways.
Hammer & Nails2
How about an appointment and gift card to a grooming lounge designed especially for men? It's a different type of man cave for Father's Day.
Frisco Improv Players3
Laugh with a local, entertaining troupe that provides fast-paced improv that is suitable for all audiences; reservations are recommended.
Canyons Rock Climbing4
Climb and enjoy the gym with the most top rope stations in the Metroplex that's home to rock-climbing classes, camping activities and special events.
Frisco Water Park5
Race down the Preston Plunge, conquer The Pipeline, try the Green Gusher, or float the Lazy River; smaller slides and spray fun for little ones.
Dine in with a movie and brewpub, too.
Industrial Cigar Co.7
This hospitality-driven cigar lounge offers public and private lounge space, two full walk-in humidors, and a strong sense of community.
North Texas Performing Arts - Frisco8
Shrek, the Musical auditions/production for those in grades 1-12, starting June 13. Performances June 23-26 at Willow Bend Center of the Arts, Starcatchers Theatre.
Texas Sculpture Garden9
Pick a good weather day and walk the walk to see all 40-plus examples of contemporary sculptures.
Facility features: 32 state-of-the-art bowling lanes, huge arcade, one-of-a-kind laser tag arena, axe throwing, billiard tables, bar/grill and private meeting/party rooms.
Deep Ellum Brewing Company11
The first craft brewery in Dallas was named after its historic neighborhood and is the proud purveyor of Dallas Blonde, an American blonde ale.
Manhattan Beer Project Co.12
Inspired in part by Belgian ales, the founders created Inception, which features old-world flavors and is served from its taproom near Trinity Groves.
Pegasus City Brewery13
The 5-year-old brewery is home to two locations in the Dallas area, the original taproom in the design district and another downtown.
Peticolas Brewing Company14
This well-known North Texas brewery makes its classic Velvet Hammer, an imperial red ale, from its home base in the design district.
Four Corners Brewing Co.15
Officially launched in 2012, this downtown taproom is known for its recognizable Local Buzz, a bee-adorned yellow can of honey-rye golden ale.
White Rock Alehouse & Brewery16
Perched near picturesque White Rock Lake, this taproom offers its own brews, like the Capsized Kayak, as well as other local options.
Texas Ale Project17
Rarely is this taproom on Riverfront Boulevard not packed on the weekends with patrons tasting the year-round 50 Ft Jackrabbit IPA.
This brewery is a self-professed lover of hops, with offerings such as The Smooth Liquidation or This Neon Dimension on tap.
Lakewood Brewing Co.20
Family-owned and independent, this East Dallas brewery was inspired by the founder’s childhood in Belgium.
Fishing at LLELA22
Anglers can access a one-mile stretch of the Elm Fork of the Trinity River for fishing at LLELA. Catfish, sunfish and bass are often caught.
Bridlewood Golf Club
Enjoy a round of golf at Bridlewood Golf Club. Afterward, don’t forget to grab a pizza and cocktail at the clubhouse!
Lonestar Adventure Sports25
Experience the great outdoors with Lonestar Adventure Sports in Rockledge Park. Rent bikes, kayaks and paddle boards.
Texas Motor Speedway27
Texas Motor Speedway hosts driving schools and classes for the ultimate Father’s Day gift. Try the NASCAR Racing or the Team Texas or Rusty Wallace Racing Experience.
Elm Fork Nature Preserve29
Explore the Elm Fork Nature Preserve in Carollton and observe native wildlife.