Father’s Day is Sunday, June 21 and what better way to celebrate this special day than having a drink with dad. While there are plenty of places to go in the East Bay, your father may already have a few spots in mind. But if you and dad are still undecided on a place, there’s no time to waste, especially if you want to have a meal along with your drink. Here are five of the best spots in the East Bay for a Father’s Day drink with dad.
Father’s Day is coming up on Sunday, June 21st. Honor Dad by taking him out on the town for a celebratory meal at one of these Bay Area spots.
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