1 Hotel Central Park Daylife Wanderlust 5 Things To Do With Dad This Father’s Day In NYC Share Article: 1. Go golfing on the Pier Tee off with Dad at the driving range at The Golf Club at Chelsea Piers. You can bond, hit balls and enjoy scenic views of the Hudson River. 2. Picnic in Central Park Swap the backyard BBQ for a picnic in the park. Head to Central Park and enjoy an afternoon of leisure with our Summer Solstice package. If you are staying with us at 1 Hotel Central Park, we’ll pack you a picnic for two, including a baguette, an assortment of cheeses and a bottle of wine. (Bonus: we’ll even throw in the picnic basket and blanket!) 3. Take him out to a ball game Few things go better together than Dad, baseball and beer. Head to the stadium to root on your favorite team and cheers your father and all that he’s done with a cold one. Image courtesy of ontherealny.com 4. Go on an urban adventure Pedal around the city and seek out incredible views of Manhattan. Don’t know where to go? Ask our concierge for tips for the best bike routes in NYC. 5. Dine with Dad After a day of activities, head to Jams for dinner with Dad. Enjoy any entrée this Father’s Day from 5:30-7:30pm and we’ll sweeten the meal by giving Dad complimentary dessert. Call 212.703.207 to make your reservation or secure a table online. Share Article: Other Articles You May Enjoy Honeybees Are Here To Help For centuries farmers have kept their agriculture thriving by introducing honeybees into orchards using manmade hives. This... View Story Tagged as Ingredients First Wellness Live Green, Eat Green We recently discovered an article featuring the eye-opening statistic that livestock responsible for red meat and dairy account... View Story Tagged as Ingredients First Wellness Cooking With Chef Chris Crary Did you know that livestock responsible for red meat and dairy account for roughly 14.5% of the world’s greenhouse gases... View Story Tagged as Ingredients First To minimize the use of plastic in your own life, look around your home and work to identify plastic items. From there, seek to find alternatives.