Looking for a unique way to celebrate dad this year? You’re in luck! Birmingham has plenty of options to treat dad to an experience that is tailor-made for him, whether that’s entering him in a steak-grilling competition, taking him for a Porsche driving experience, or fishing with him at a catch and release pond. No matter where you go or what you do, just being together is enough – but these Father’s Day options will help make the day even more meaningful for the both of you.

Father’s Day Grill and Chill Curbside | Arlington Historic House

Want to take in the beauty of Arlington Historic House while chowing down on hamburgers and fries or sausage with peppers and onions over creole rice? Then mark your calendars for this Saturday, June 19, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Click here to reserve your spot.

Father’s Day Race Benefiting Team Hoyt

In 1977, Rick Hoyt told his father, Dick Hoyt, that he wanted to take part in a five-mile benefit run for a lacrosse player who had been paralyzed in an accident. Dick – though admittedly not a runner – agreed to push his son in his wheelchair and completed the run. That night, Rick told his father, “Dad, when I’m running, it feels like I’m not handicapped.” For the eighth year in a row, Birmingham is hosting its annual Father’s Day 1M/5K/10K/13.1/26.1 race, to be held virtually this year on Father’s Day. At least 20 percent of each registration will be donated to Team Hoyt, which works to build the individual character, confidence, and self-esteem of America’s disabled and physically challenged young people through inclusion in all facets of daily life. Click here to register for the race, which will take place on whichever course you choose to run this year.

Father’s Day Steak Competition | Cahaba Brewing Company

For the first time ever, Cahaba Brewing Company is summoning all kings of the grill for its Father’s Day Steak Competition on Saturday, June 19, benefiting the Hope for Autism Foundation. Grillmasters can compete to win cash prizes and trophies for best steak and best chicken wings, and tickets get you not just a steak, baked potato, and salad professionally prepared for you by Tim Van Doren (otherwise known as @BamaGrillMaster) and Chad Whittington of Maggie’s Farm, but also live music and access to onsite vendors. Click here to grab your ticket.

Steaks All Weekend Long | Perry’s, Fleming’s, and Ruth’s Chris

If your dad likes steak, you’re in luck – many steakhouses around town are running Father’s Day specials for dad to enjoy. At Perry’s Steakhouse, they are opening early at 11 a.m. on Father’s Day and are featuring off-the-menu features like caramelized prime rib all day, brunch-inspired cocktails from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and a three-course pork chop Sunday supper, beginning at 4 p.m.

At Fleming’s Steakhouse, take dad to a three-course Surf and Turf fare, where he can pick from prime bone-in ribeye and lobster or a filet with crab-stuffed shrimp or lobster tail scampi. Fleming’s will open early both Saturday and Sunday of Father’s Day weekend, and will offer the Surf and Turf special from June 17 to June 21.

Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse is also accepting Father’s Day bookings for the special man in your life.

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Show Off Your Swing | TopGolf Birmingham

Whether you and your dad could qualify for the PGA or whether it’s your first time ever hitting a club, TopGolf Birmingham is an enjoyable way to spend a Sunday afternoon. From the privacy of your own bay, you can enjoy family time while working on improving your drive, all while taking in the food, the music, and the experience of TopGolf. Click here to reserve your bay for next Sunday.

Gone Fishin’ with Dad | Bass Pro Shop in Leeds

The best Father’s Days are about making memories, and at Bass Pro Shop in Leeds, you and dad can learn to fish together at Bass Pro Shop’s catch and release pond from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on both Saturday, June 19 and Sunday, June 20. Click here to learn more.

Exploring Science with Dad | McWane Science Center

Father’s Day at McWane Science Center is back, where from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. you and dad can build and tinker together in a day full of design challenges. Dad gets in free with the purchase of a child’s ticket. Click here to learn more.

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If Dad Has a Need for Speed | Barber Motorsports Park and Museum

If cars are more your dad’s speed, you’re in luck – the Porsche Club of America is offering a High Performance Drivers Education weekend for Father’s Day at Barber Motorsports Park and Museum in Birmingham. Click here to grab tickets and make all of dad’s luxury car dreams come true this year.

Take Dad Out to the Ballgame | Regions Field

The Birmingham Barons are away all week playing the Mississippi Braves, but why not take dad to Regions Field when they return on Tuesday, June 22? They’ll play for six straight nights at home against the Pensacola Blue Wahoos, and events like Tuesday’s Dollar Dogs, Thursday’s Thirsty Thursdays, Friday’s Friday Night Fireworks, and Sunday’s Family Day will be in full swing. Hey, Father’s Day shouldn’t just be one day – it should be a whole week! Click here to buy tickets.