Not all gifts have to come in a package. Treat the father in your life this weekend to an outing at one of these great local spots.
For the 21+ Crowd: Hotel Tango
Whether he’s military or not, check out this veteran-owned distillery with tasting rooms in Fountain Square, Zionsville, and Fort Wayne. The cocktail menu is rotating, highlighting the best each season has to offer.
For the Movie Buff: Tibbs Drive-In
He’ll love checking out the latest flick at Tibb’s Drive-in Theatre where you get to watch two films for the price of one from the comfort of your own car (or lawn chair). Be sure to arrive at least one hour prior to the start time as spots fill up quickly! Showings this weekend include Cruella and In the Heights.
For the Sports Fan: Indian’s Game at Victory Field
Celebrate dad in the best way possible and take him out to the ballgame! The Indians will take on the Memphis Redbirds. Sadly, the Father’s Day package is sold out, but the game alone is always worth a trip!
Kids 14 and under will receive a hot dog, bag of chips, and bottle of water for Kids Eat Free Sunday.
For the Foodie: The Garage at Bottleworks or The Yard
Don’t want to cook and not sure of which restaurant to visit? Why pick just one? Take the foodie father in your life to The Garage Food Hall at Bottleworks or The Yard in Fishers for a day full of culinary delights, no matter what his craving is.
For the Art Lover: INDIEana Handicraft Exchange
The INDIEana Handicraft Exchange is back! The FREE event will look a little different — fewer booths, all outdoors, more generous spacing between booths and activities — but will still be just as much fun as ever. The event takes place at the Harrison Center in conjunction with their Independent Music and Art Festival (IMAF) and features food trucks, stand-up comedy, handmade goodies, and more.
For the Gamer: 16-Bit Bar + Arcade
From Donkey Kong and Streetfighter to Starwars and Pacman, 16-Bit has more than 50 games to choose from. Don’t miss the cocktails with fun ’80s-inspired names like Molly Ringwald and Patrick Swayze.