Check out these opportunities to celebrate Father's Day in Southwest Austin

A photo of a dad and daughter eating breakfast together
A range of Southwest Austin restaurants and businesses are offering opportunities to celebrate Father's Day. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

A range of Southwest Austin restaurants and businesses are offering opportunities to celebrate Father's Day. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Father’s Day is Sunday, June 21, and many restaurants and other attractions in South Austin will be open to celebrate the occasion with social distancing and other coronavirus policies in place. Take-out and delivery options to celebrate dad are also available at many hotspots throughout the city. Here are a few options to celebrate fathers in the Southwest Austin area.

Fill-up at Orf Brewing

For dads who imbibe, Orf Brewing offers a Father’s Day special. From June 19-June 21, fill up growlers at a special rate of $3 or $6 for 32 oz. or 64 oz., respectively. Open Fri. and Sat. 3-6 p.m., and Sun. noon-5 p.m. Orf Brewing is located at 4700 Burleson Road, Unit F & G, Austin, and can be contacted at 512-428-5217 or www.orfbrewing.com.

Brunch at Hideaway Kitchen & Bar

For the dad who loves eggs benedict and mimosas, Hideaway Kitchen & Bar hosts brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Other menu items include breakfast tacos, griddle cakes, bloody marys and micheladas. Located at 4323 S. I-25, Austin, Hideaway is open for both dine in and takeout. More information, including the restaurant’s COVID-19 precautions, is available at 512-527-3007 or www.hideawayatx.com.


Cookout at Harley-Davidson

Cowboy Harley-Davison, located at 10917 S. I-35, Austin, will hold a free cookout for dads and families on June 20. The store will hold a raffle for a Father’s Day gift basket, and social distancing guidelines will be followed, according to Cowboy Harley-Davidson. Learn more at 512-448-4294 or www.cowboyharleyaustin.com.

Crawfish Boil at Little Woodrow’s

Take dad by Little Woodrow’s Southpark Meadows for a crawfish boil hosted with partner company Life By the Bite on June 20. The event begins at 2 p.m. with a special on beer pints and cans. Learn more about the event and Little Woodrow’s coronavirus policies at 512-282-2336 or www.littlewoodrows.com/watering-holes/austin/southpark. The restaurant is located at 9500 S. I-35 Frontage Road, Ste. 100, Austin.
By Olivia Aldridge
Olivia is the reporter for Community Impact's Central Austin edition. A graduate of Presbyterian College in upstate South Carolina, Olivia was a reporter and producer at South Carolina Public Radio before joining Community Impact in Austin.


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