Father’s Day isn’t canceled. If you’re looking for places to go for Father’s Day in McKinney, this is the blog you should read. Currently, the city is going through a staged re-opening and operating to limited capacity; this includes restaurants, bars, and coffee shops. Following, We list seven of the best places you can visit with your dad to eat, drink, and celebrate this wonderful day.
Located in 101 N Kentucky Street, Landon Winery is one of McKenney’s most beloved winemakers. Landon focuses on providing a taster experience to every visitor, and they currently are following the preventive guidelines so you can be safer and calmer inside their facility. Or, if you wish, you can choose your favorite bottle for grab & go.
Sometimes, a good cup of joe, a slice of the sweetest cake, and a bonding chat with dad can be the best way to spend Father’s Day. Especially lovers of coffee enjoy the fresh-roasted beans that Layered offer in-house, so consider visiting for the whole experience. Of course, take your face covering with you.
Open from Wednesday to Saturday (as many of the other restaurants downtown), visit Rye to get the full culinary experience of this world-class restaurant. Try the roasted cauliflower or the charcuterie & cheese dinner options while you take a look at the beautiful facade and the well-trained staff, who will surely follow strict preventive guidelines.
“Now open for dine-in seating!” is the announcement The Garage is making in their website banner. Located in Lousiana Street, The Garage serves craft cocktails and tasty bites that will make a great Father’s Day for your dad. Of course, they are following the health recommendation, and you will find limited seating and six feet between every table.
The famous Irish pub in Historic Downtown, The Celt, is re-opened and serving at its 25% capacity since May. Please support your local bars and, besides having your regular beer, try something from their menu, like their tasty feta and hummus, or classic wings with buffalo sauce.
Gamer dads who were young in the eighties or nineties surely know Arcade 92, the perfect site to eat, drink and play vintage videogames. The owners and staff of Arcade 92 take the COVID-19 matter very seriously, and you will find more separation between machines and limited space. The staff will guide you and explain to you all the new rules.
If sports is what is all about, Dempsey’s Place is one of the newest and more successful sports bars in Mckinney. Currently, they are operating from Tuesday to Saturday, for indoor and patio dining and takeout. They have a 2,000 soiree foot patio, so practicing social distancing will be easy.
We hope this Father’s Day outing ideas have been useful for your planning. Remeber to stay safe and follow the guidelines so all of us can overcome coronavirus faster. Also, if you are planning to book a home cleaning service, visit our website and ask for a quotation.