Bus Philadelphia Tips: What to Do and Where to Go on Father’s Day (Part 1)

We have already done a series of articles for Mother’s Day, wherein we gave you a few ideas on where you could take your moms and make them happy. What naturally comes next is Father’s Day. So it is their turn and Bus Philadelphia will share with you a few suggestions on how you could make your dads feel special.

Steak! Steak! Steak!

Most men love their steak, so why not treat your dad to the best steak in town? There are a lot of top-notch restaurants in or near Philadelphia that offer great steaks, great food, and great service. You can try Fleming’s Steakhouse (555 E. Lancaster Avenue, Radnor, PA), Bistro St. Tropez (2400 Market St., Philadelphia), or Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse (1337 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia).

If your dad is watching his diet and is avoiding thick slabs of meat, you can try these other restaurants instead: McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood (1 South Broad Street, Philadelphia), Jane G’s (1930 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia), Le Viet (1019 S 11th St., Philadelphia), Hinge Café (2652 E Somerset St., Philadelphia), and The Gypsy Saloon (128 Ford St Conshohocken).

Make sure to take the entire family with you during brunch, lunch or dinner, because nothing would make dad happier than having everybody close to his heart at the table! Call Bus Philadelphia for a sprinter van or a mini bus to take care of your transportation.

Father’s Day Prostate Run

If your dad is into running marathons, especially ones for a good cause, then the 11th Annual Gary Papa Run would be like hitting two birds with one stone. Sign him up for some adrenalin rush in this 5K run that benefits prostate cancer research and awareness. We all know how prostate cancer is such a real issue among older men, so this will be a cause dear to dads’ hearts.

To register or for more information, visit this site: http://www.kintera.org/faf/home/default.asp?ievent=1055851#.UXqukbWnB2k

Bus Philadelphia has more ideas in store for you. Make sure to read the next articles in this series.

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