When it comes to Father’s Day, its important to do spend some quality with your dad or other father figure. From restaurants near sunset plaza to outdoor spaces like Grand Park, Father’s Day in Los Angeles can be made exactly to your liking - or should we say, to your dad’s liking? Here’s your father’s day guide for some of the best places to go to celebrate your dad.
Does your dad like to put the pedal to the metal? Or maybe he enjoys classic cars? If your dad considers himself an auto aficionado, consider taking him to the Petersen Automotive Museum. The museum aims to explore the history, present and future of the automobile with a specific lens of the automobiles history in Los Angeles. There are exhibits on classic cars, cars belonging to Hollywood legends, exhibits on supercars, custom cars and more. You’ll find the Petersen Automotive Museum located at 6060 Wilshire Blvd in LA.
Maybe your dad prefers cracking open a cold one and sipping on brews. If that’s the case, take him to a local brewery located in the Arts District of Los Angeles - Angel City Brewery. Founded in 1997, the brewery continues to be a local favorite as the beers are brewed right here in the city. Enjoy a relaxed brewery that also offers food trucks on site so you can enjoy food while you pair it with a locally crafted pint. You’ll find this popular destination at 216 Alameda Street.
If the thing your dad loves most is sinking his teeth into some quality eats, than you’ll certainly want to take him to the Grand Central Market in Downtown LA. Whether you want to take your dad out for breakfast, lunch, or dessert, the Grand Central Market can deliver. If you’re stopping by in the morning, consider grabbing some coffee at G&B Coffee and then heading to Eggslut, a popular destination for tasty breakfast sandwiches. Going for lunch? Stop at Belcamp for incredibly juicy burgers, Horse Thief BBQ for tasty barbeque, or La Tostaderia for awesome tacos. Enjoy!