We all know our dads deserve the world (and more). So, we’ve found the next best thing (or thereabouts) and rounded up Perth’s very best Father’s Day events to really give him the royal treatment this weekend.
If you’re looking to spoil dad this Sunday, make a beeline for The Camfield and treat him to the ultimate Father’s Day Festival, complete with live music, sideshow alley with rides and activities as well as mouth-watering food pop-ups. There will also be a Bevy Brewing Co Beer Workshop run by head brewer Andrew Scade that includes a tasting paddle, tour of the brewery and insights into how the beer is made. What more could a dad want?
If your dad’s a foodie, make sure to snag him a spot at the delicious Father’s Day dining experience at Reveley’s dining room. With the 600g Stirling Range Chateaubriand, chips, béarnaise and bourguignon mushrooms for just $80, it’s safe to say dad and the family will be thrilled. Plus, all dads can celebrate with a complimentary pint of Heineken.
Scarborough Beach Bar
If your Dad loves a pub spread then look no further than the Scarborough Beach Bar’s Dad’s Day By The Beach. Specials include a feast of fresh seafood, lip-smacking sliders, porterhouse steak and of course, bucket loads of chips. Snap up the tower for two for $35 or $60 for four. Did we mention all dads get shouted a pint on arrival and go in the draw to win a private Little Creatures Brewing tour for two? Sounds good to us.
Looking for an event that has it all? Market Grounds will be hosting the Father’s Day of all Father’s Day with footy, feasting, whiskey, music and more. Join in on the games in the beer garden, chill out to live music in the Market Bar or get along to the whiskey and oyster pairings. If you’re keen to tuck into all of the foods then make sure to book in for the three-course Feed Me menu in the restaurant for just $55 per person.
Sweetwater Rooftop Bar
Tuck into some mouth-watering Father’s Day Yum Cha at Sweetwater Rooftop Bar, complete with an indulgent eight-courses and three-course cocktail tea service for $70 per person. You (and your dad) can thank us later. Bookings essential.
The Peach Pit
We all know dads aren’t dad without the ‘Dad Bod’, so it’s best to give it the appreciation it deserves with the limited edition Dad Bod Burger at The Peach Pit. Showing off with a legendary potato bun, packed with two patties, cheese, bacon and gooey mac ‘n’ cheese (and chips) for $23. Available all Sunday for fathers and non-fathers alike.
Lazy Sunday’s at The Standard has Dad’s Day written all over them with Sunday showcasing an impressive spread of Italian food, fit for the whole family. For $50 you and three to four others can eat yourself silly on classics like Nonna’s baked meatballs, lasagne, burrata, arancini and focaccia. Did someone say “best Father’s Day ever”?
If you’re looking to get your hands dirty this Father’s Day, you’ll be glad to know that Long Chim is firing up the grill for a Thai cooking class—sad style. Learn the ingredients and techniques of authentic Thai cooking in a hands-on cooking class and finish it all off by indulging in your own dishes alongside a banquet of classic Long Chim sides. And naturally, you’ll be washing it all down with an ice-cold Thai beer.
Most of us have heard of the traditional high tea, but what about a Dad’s High Tea? This Father’s Day, Bar Uma is letting you treat dad to a manly spread of bottomless savoury and sweet petit fours, matched with beers and whiskies. Expect to snack on classics like Angus beef pie, butter chicken skewers, sliders and chorizo sausage roll followed by mini apple pies, whiskey and walnut slice and even doughnuts. It’s a match made in Father’s Day heaven.
If you can’t make it to the Father’s Day festivities on Sunday, make sure to head to Ox Rabbit’s website to snap up their bespoke Father’s Day Boozie Brownie, infused with orange whiskey and dark cherry and coconut. Or, if one brownie just won’t cut it, make sure to take claim of one of their decadent Father’s Day cakes. Complete with triple dark Belgium chocolate and loaded with juicy cherries soaked for 72 hours in Cointreau. Prepare for a food coma.
QT is gracing us (oh, and our dads) with the father of all tea parties on their ever-so-stylish rooftop bar. Explained in their words as “a little less Earl Grey and cucumber sandwiches, and a little more sliders, truffle fries and edible cigars,” it sounds like something that might just be up his alley. For $55 per person, you and your dad can enjoy a feast of manly treats, plus a complimentary boutique beer on arrival for the man of the hour. We all know he deserves it.
HQ Bar And Kitchen
This Father’s Day, enjoy picture-perfect views of Elizabeth Quay at HQ Bar and Kitchen while gorging on the delicious Quay Board grazing platter for $95 (chef’s selection for four people). Looking for favourite child status? Lucky for you dad gets a complimentary whiskey paddle featuring Dewars 12, Aberfeldy 12 and Craigellachie 13.
Indulge in the Greek feast of all Greek feasts at Brika, with a multi-course menu crafted just for Father’s Day, featuring all of dad’s favourites and a complimentary sangria or Mythos beer. Yes please and thank you.
This Sunday, head on down to Cecchi’s and enjoy live music with dad along with some mouth-watering food specials. Get your stomachs ready for $5 pork belly lollipops, $10 Aperol Spritz and $7 Green Beacon tap beers, with a chance for dad to even win his very own Father’s Day hamper. It’s the day that keeps on giving.
Hampton & Maley
Shout dad the ultimate feast this Father’s Day at Hampton & Maley and receive a smorgasbord of seven courses to share with your old man for just $45 per person. A Father’s Day feast fit for a King.
Looking for the perfect gift for dad? Sign him up for Urban Feast before the cards sell out.
Image credit: The Peach Pit