Now that the state and city have fully reopened, there are lots of ways to celebrate dad this Sunday on Father’s Day.
Baseball stadiums are allowed to host fans at full capacity (The Dodgers are on the road but the Angels host the Tigers at 1 p.m. Sunday; tickets here), and restaurants, parks and other events—from painting to comedy—will surely keep dad entertained.
Here’s some ideas:
Fuego at Hotel Maya
If you and your dad want to enjoy some delicious BBQ without the hassle of doing it yourself, Fuego is celebrating Dad with “BBQ, Beer, Bourbon & Blues Brunch” on Sunday from 11 until 5 p.m. Fuego will offer favorites such as kielbasa, ribs, chicken and fish infused with the restaurant’s signature Latin flavor. Bourbon and beer specials will also be available.
Catch some live blues performed by Brophy Dale Trio if you’re able to snag a reservation between 11:30 until 3:30.
Father’s Day block party
Celebrate Father’s Day with an outdoor block party at 14th Street Park Saturday, June 19. The free event will include live entertainment, food and non-alcoholic beverages for sale and giveaways.
Families will also have the opportunity to get vaccinated, for free, on-site.The block party is from 1 to 4 p.m. at 14th Street Park at Cedar Avenue and W. 14th Street. Attendees will be required to wear face coverings.
This Long Beach staple is offering specials for this Father’s Day including pappardelle and sausage pasta and a mixed grill of steak, chicken, sausage and ribs.
View the complete specials and make your reservation here.
Burgers, brews and …. axe throwing?
The event is free to attend, and is located at Trademark Brewing, 233 East Anaheim St.
Eat and paint
For those artsy fathers out there, they’ll for sure enjoy this free event hosted by Pour Paint and More.
Free food and some drinks will be provided, BYOB is accepted.
RSVP ahead of time here.
The event is located at 814 W. Willow Street.
The Laugh Factory
At 7 p.m. on Sunday, check out comedians such as Benny Mena, MIke Estime, Paul “PK” Kim, Mateen Stewart, and Jamie Kaler.
Tickets are $30 each, and there is a two-drink minimum per guest.
Seating is first-come-first-serve, so it is recommended to arrive 30-45 minutes beforehand.
No cash will be accepted in the venue, and the event is 21+.
Purchase your tickets here.
The Laugh Factory is located at 151 S. Pine Ave.
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