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Reader Deals: Treats for Dad
Not sure what to give him for Father’s Day? Here are exclusive specials on beer, brunch, lobster, watches, and more. By McLean Robbins
Does Dad love a good round of golf? Lansdowne Resort in Leesburg is offering readers great savings on its greens and fairways this month. Photograph courtesy of Lansdowne Restort.
Comments () | Published May 30, 2012

Treat Dad like a king this Father’s Day—and save money—with these reader-only deals. Unless otherwise noted, mention The Washingtonian or use the online code “Washingtonian” to receive the promotion.

Brewing Up a Bargain
Does Dad love beer? Port City Brewing Company is offering a Father’s Day package featuring a half-gallon “growler,” a certificate he can use to fill the bottle with his choice of Port City brew, four logo pint glasses, and a Port City T-shirt or cap. It’s $39.99, 15 percent off the regular price.
Port City Brewing Company, 3950 Wheeler Ave., Alexandria; 703-797-2739.

Fit for a President
Barack Obama owns a Jorg Gray watch, and now Dad can, too. Take 10 percent off any Jorg Gray timepiece at Secrète Jewelry this month.
Secrète Jewelry, 1607 Connecticut Ave., NW; 202-588-7275.

Beat Beard Burn
Get 20 percent off a signature “His” facial, normally $95, at Luxxery Medical Boutique. This gentleman’s treatment, which concentrates on soothing the beard area, includes a mask and glycolic face guard to relieve irritation and bumps caused by shaving.
Luxxery Medical Boutique, 2141 Wisconsin Ave., NW, 202-333-9294; 3010 Crain Hwy., Suite 400, Waldorf; 301-843-9769.

Cut Above
Whether he would look better with a new hairstyle or just wants a proper trim, try Bella Bethesda, offering the man in your life 50 percent off haircuts June 10 through 30. Appointments required.
Bella Bethesda, 4733 Elm St., Second Floor, Bethesda; 301-718-9111.

Big Fish
Show Dad that he floats your boat by sending him lobsters, chowder, shrimp, and more. Legal Sea Foods is offering 15 percent off all purchases (except gift cards) at its online fish market during June. Use the code “washdad.”
Legal Sea Foods.

Game On
Cedar restaurant in DC’s Penn Quarter has a Father’s Day brunch treat: Mention The Washingtonian on Sunday, June 17, and Dad gets a free flight of wild-game sausages—seasonal choices include elk, duck, and boar, with accompanying mustards. An $18 value, it’s free with any brunch purchase.
Cedar, 822 E St., NW; 202-637-0012.

Fancy Flights
For each family having dinner at a Passion Food Hospitality restaurant on Saturday, June 16—the day before Father’s Day—one dad in the group receives a free flight of alcohol, an $11-to-$13 value. The alcohol varies by restaurant: At Acadiana in DC, he can enjoy a flight of Abita beers, while at PassionFish in Reston it’s a flight of sake. Enjoy Latin drinks at Ceiba, craft beers at District Commons, or martinis at DC Coast.
Passion Food Hospitality.

Brunch for Him, Beer for You
On Father’s Day, bring Dad to Smith Commons for brunch and get a beer on the house. Treat him in the dining room or on the second-floor deck between 11 and 3, and you get your choice of a regular bottle or pint from Smith Commons’s extensive beer list. One free beer per son or daughter.
Smith Commons, 1245 H St., NE; 202-396-0038.

Golf Getaway
For $199, Dad can enjoy two rounds of golf and overnight accommodations at Lansdowne Resort, with weekend tee times (Friday through Sunday) available after 11 am. A round of golf is normally $145. To book, visit washingtonian.com/junedeals or mention the magazine when you call the reservations department. Valid every weekend in June except Father’s Day weekend.
Lansdowne Resort, 44050 Woodridge Pkwy., Leesburg; 877-509-8400.

This article appears in the June 2012 issue of The Washingtonian.

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