Where to find food -- and fun -- this Father's Day in metro Atlanta

Dad loves to eat, but just going for brunch or dinner seems so...basic. Check out these metro Atlanta spots and activities that go beyond the plate.

The Porsche Experience includes rides on their test track. BOB ANDRES / BANDRES@AJC.COM
Eggs are on the menu for brunch at City Winery / Photo courtesy of City Winery

If you're looking for a dinner option, try Park Tavern's Sunset Sessions Free Concert Series, which will feature a free concert from indie hip-hop group Little Stranger starting at 7 p.m. June 17, and get half-off sushi from 9 p.m.-midnight.

An old DC-3 can be seen behind patio diners at the 57th Fighter Group Restaurant. / AJC file photo
 If Dad likes golf, try: Top Golf
Atlanta Braves player Dansby Swanson tosses a ball to fans at SunTrust Park. / Curtis Compton/ccompton@ajc.com

If playing -- rather than watching -- games is more Dad's style, check out Punch Bowl Social, which offers bowling, shuffleboard, karaoke and other activities in addition to a menu developed by celebrity chef Hugh Acheson. Bonus: Old-fashioneds are $5 on Father's Day.

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