Father’s Day around New York, NY
New York City. The Big Apple. This global hub speaks for itself, needing no introduction in virtually every possible area, the action never stops in the city that never sleeps. With so much to see in New York, we’ll dive right in, here are some of our favorite ways to do Father’s Day here in the city.
Rangers Home Game
Staying so close to one of the world’s most iconic venues, sports-going dads and families who just want to see and do it all here in New York will love the thrill and spectacle of a National Hockey League game! Visitors who arrive earlier to Penn Station before Father’s Day can grab seats to see the New York Rangers defend their home ice against the fearsome Tampa Bay Lightning, in one of the Big Apple’s most electrifying sports rivalries. Whether for the energetic atmosphere, photo opportunities or just to satisfy the Hockey Fan in Dad, all visitors who get the chance to attend a New York Rangers game will surely enjoy the experience.
Take Dad and the family to enjoy exploring the wild world of spies and espionage, a one-of-a-kind attraction just a short walk from Carnegie Hall! Here, the whole party can learn about the larger-than-life exploits of spies, see uncovered spy technology, and enjoy participating in a spy-themed obstacle course designed by a former MI6 employee! Face off against intriguing code-breaking challenges, lie detectors, laser mazes and try your hand at catching a spy in the act all at SPYSCAPE this summer!
Rockaway Beach Jet Ski Tours
For the more adventurous Dads, look past the double decker buses, subway or observation decks, and take control directly on a jet ski tour! This is a unique and fun way to both beat the June heat and see so much of the city, on a variety of guided tours that will take the family past some of the biggest landmarks in not only Queens, but Brooklyn and Manhattan too!
Dining around New York City
Of course, no Father’s Day is complete without delicious food, thankfully, with the selection of talented chefs, kitchens, eateries and restaurants here around this gastronomic capital, dads of every palate and taste will find themselves truly spoiled for options. Kochi is an imaginative take on the delicacies of Korean royal court cuisine, whereas Crown Shy boasts an enviable selection, between dorade served with a tomatillo mole, squid ink treccione and the acclaimed Gruyere fritters, all with a great view of the city. Gage and Tollner sport a formidable selection of veal chops, steaks, and the acclaimed oyster on the half shell, while Olmsted serves up specials such as grilled pork collar and radish top gazpacho that is as fresh as it is picturesque.
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