Now that some businesses are re-opening and people are slowly returning to their outdoor routines, maybe it’s a good time to list some Father’s Day outing ideas. Congratulate your dad with his favorite dinner at a local restaurant, or toast with a refreshing beer at the brewery of your preference. There are plenty of Father’s Day activities you can do, but before going out, research the preventive measures businesses are applying. Keep reading to check some places.
Eat an at outdoor seating restaurant
Eating outside is becoming a popular option during June. According to the St. Louis government, restaurants can set temporary outdoor seating to avoid the spread of the virus. The city encourages businesses to use adjacent sidewalks and even public streets to apply these measures, so we recommend you research your favorite restaurants and schedule dinner for Father’s Day weekend.
Some nice and classy options you have are Acero, a fresh, unprocessed, and farm-to-table restaurant, Anthonino’s Taverna, an Italian flavored experience, and Bishop’s Post, fresh seafood and drinks for all tastes. All these restaurants are limiting their seating, expanding to their outdoors, and applying disinfecting measures. Also, the staff is being trained continuously and reviewed, as communicated by the owners.
Drinks evening at a bar o brewery
The same statement also applies to bars and breweries that are recently re-opened. Some sites even give free masks to their customers and put transparent divisions between tables to maximize protection. If your old-man is a beer lover (or is simply yearning for some time outdoors and a good meal or drink), consider visiting one of the opened bars in St. Louis, but following the official preventive measures like social distancing, and wearing a face covering.
Consider visiting Square One Brewery or Charleville Brewery in Lafayette Square. These two places are putting all the effort into providing the safest experience to their clients, from outside seating to free face covering, so stay calm and make your reservation. Cheers!
Bike, hike on St. Louis’ parks
If you don’t want to spend Father’s Day between four walls, then biking, hiking, or fishing can be the perfect option to make some quality time with dad and stay safe during the pandemic. St. Louis Parks are open and working with some restrictions, but hiking trails, biking paths, and some fishing spots are available for the public (in the case of fishing, you might want to check if there are boats available).
Start your day earlier to avoid crowds in the trails, put on your comfortable clothes, and feel de liberty of being in an open space in the middle of nature. Some of the best parks to do it are Castlewood State Park, with one of the best mountain biking spots in the region, Creve Coeur Lake has even kayaking and canoeing, and Katy Trail State Park with lots of trails and paths, and also a horseback riding base.
Now that you know some places to go for Father’s Day, we hope you have a wonderful celebration filled with quality time with the man of your life. Remember that Cleaning Concepts are providing cleaning and disinfecting services to prevent COVID-19. Book your service on our website.
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