Local Dads Reveal Their Favorite Ways to Celebrate Father’s Day

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No plans for Father’s Day yet? Red Tricycle asked seven local dads, from kid’s musicians to NYC-based bloggers, to share their favorite ways to spend the holiday. These in-the-know dads have great ideas worth stealing – watching the World Cup at a family-friendly bar and restaurant, taking a bike ride, going on a road trip and more. Flip through their ideas and get inspired!

<h3>Andrew I. Frank, Executive Director of <a target="_blank" href="http://www.makingbookssing.org/&quot; target="_blank">Making Books Sing</a> and Interim Executive Director of <a target="_blank" href="https://www.queenssymphony.org/&quot; target="_blank">Queens Symphony Orchestra</a></h3> "My grandfather lived until he was 102 (1894 to 1996) and the best Father's Day I've had was when we went to the <a target="_blank" href="http://www.nyra.com/belmont/&quot; target="_blank">Belmont race track</a> (my dad and I's first and only time there) and thought about my grandfather "pop" who loved the races and a cheap cigar. Now, this year, my dad will probably join my 9 year old son Clay and I for a few rounds of golf at <a target="_blank" href="http://www.golfnyc.com/kissena_home/&quot; target="_blank">Kissena Golf Course</a> in the morning. Then, we will travel to <a target="_blank" href="http://nysci.org/&quot; target="_blank">New York Hall of Science</a> to check out one of their many exhibits - one of Clay's favorite places. And finally, we'll have a late lunch at <a target="_blank" href="http://www.yelp.com/biz/nicks-pizza-forest-hills&quot; target="_blank">Nick's Pizza</a> - just the fellas together for the day.​" fuck

What’s your favorite way to spend Father’s Day in NYC with your family? Share your ideas and inspire other local dads!

–Julie Seguss