Whether it’s ‘Pops’, ‘Daddy’, ‘The Old Man’, or simply ‘Dad’, it’s that time of year when we celebrate our father figures for all they have done for us (and still do!). We have a range of treats for Father’s Day; for the sports fan not much can beat a pitch-side meal, or for those who prefer sight-seeing, a lunch cruise down the Thames will be a memorable experience whereas the green-fingered fathers among you can enjoy lunch at the stunning Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.
Which experience would make your Father’s Day?
St James’ Park Stadium, Newcastle
Father’s Day Lunch | Sunday 17th June , 12:00-15:00 | Two-Courses: £20.00 | Children under 12 £10.00
A special Father’s Day Sunday lunch and a look around the wonderful home of Newcastle United is in store at St James’ Park. Stunning views over the ground from the Magpie Club, fine food and first-class service are all included in this family-friendly packages
Included in your package:
- Two-course table d’hote lunch
- Free pint for Dad (or soft drink)
- A taster tour of St. James’ Park
- Upgrade for three-courses, payable on the day
- Upgrade your booking to an executive box overlooking the pitch - £10 per adult
To book any lunch or for any more information, call us on 0191 2018525 or email email@example.com.
The American Express Community Stadium, Brighton
Father’s Day Lunch | Sunday 17th June, 12:00-16:00 | Adults: £26.00, Children (under 12): £13.00
Bring the whole family and celebrate Dad in the fantastic and contemporary setting of the stylish HB’s restaurant at the Amex Stadium, with a stunning view of the pitch. Offering a delicious three course Sunday lunch with a free pint on arrival for every dad in the party.
To book call us today on 01273 878272 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen
Father’s Day Lunch | Sunday 17th June, from 12:00 noon
Adults: £25.00 | Children under 12: £13.50
At the home of the mighty Aberdeen Football Club, Dads can enjoy a 2 course carvery meal. Their experience will also include an insightful stadium tour to take in the history of Pittodrie Stadium. Of course, every Dad has a drink included in his meal.
To book contact us on 01224 650491 or email@example.com
Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh
Father's Day Lunch | Saturday 16th – Sunday 17th June
Is your Dad always in the garden at weekends? The lawn his pride and joy? Treat him to a day off at the Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh. Their new outdoor kitchen area on the John Hope Gateway decking (part of the Gateway Restaurant) is a lovely spot for an afternoon with the family.
The offer is great value too; a pizza and a beer (Menabrea bottle) for £12 is bound to make Dad happy.
For further information or to book a table telephone (0131) 552 2674
Bateaux London, London
For those Dad’s who fancy themselves as a bit of a sailor, why not give the gift of a dining experience on board Bateaux London or Bateaux Windsor?
Give him the chance to see some of the UK’s most famous – and infamous – historical sights, from a totally different vantage point with Bateaux gift vouchers.
You can choose from a range of lunch and dinner cruises, all of which include three or four course menus, created on board by Bateaux teams of chefs, with wine and entertainment.
Bateaux London also offers Afternoon on the River, with the chance to enjoy traditional afternoon tea within clear sight of The Houses of Parliament, the New Globe Theatre, The Shard and St Paul’s Cathedral.
And, on Sundays, those on-board can enjoy lunch along with live entertainment from an easy-listening jazz band.
At Bateaux Windsor, lunch, afternoon tea or dinner cruises take guests along one of the prettiest stretches of the river, past Windsor Castle and the famous St George’s Chapel where HRH Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recently tied the knot.
Vouchers, which can bought online at www.bateauxlondon.com, are the ideal solution for hard-to-buy for dads “because not only do they have a great day out with fine food, wine and scenery, but they are also bound to want to bring a guest,” said sales manager Gareth Brown, “and that might just be the kind person who bought them the voucher.”