With the busy world that we all live in, it is not always easy to find time to spend with Dad. Sometimes, days and weeks pass by before a person realizes how long it has been since they sat down and shared a drink with Dad just to catch up. That is one of the reasons that Father’s Day exists: To remind people to slow down and give thanks to the man who stood by us since we were small children and helped us grow into adults. With that in mind, there are plenty of places in DFW to celebrate Father’s Day, and here are five great spots to have a Father’s Day drink with Dad.
Christies Sports Bar & Grill
2811 McKinney Ave. #22
Dallas, TX 75204
(214) 954-1511
www.christiessportsbar.comThere are a lot of great sports bars in the DFW area, but many are full of rabid sports fans or a huge influx of the college crowd. However, Christies Sports Bar & Grill is a more relaxed option, which can be crazy during big sporting contests, but is also a place to sit back and enjoy some good drinks and even better conversation. For Father’s Day, Christies is a nice spot to stop in to share a drink with Dad while watching one of 43 televisions, including 39 flat-screens and four 10-foot big screens. The sports bar also serves up great pizzas, steaks, appetizers and sandwiches.
The Libertine Bar
2101 Greenville Ave.
Dallas, TX 75206
(214) 824-7900
www.libertinebar.comThe Libertine Bar is a nice spot for father and son to not just enjoy some drinks to celebrate Father’s Day, but also order up a nice big meal. The Libertine won the award for Best Bar and Best Bar Food in 2008, and continues to deliver great service and food to this day. Order up some oxtail tacos or pork tenderloin kebabs to go with your brews, because Libertine was also named one of the Top 200 Beer Bars in America by Draft Magazine. You’ll find great beer on tap, including the new Belgium Portage Porter CASK.
Holy Grail Pub
8240 Preston Road
Plano, TX 75024
(972) 377-6633
www.holygrailpub.comThe Holy Grail is a European pub located in Plano that opened in 2009 and has served up made-from-scratch food and over 170 beers ever since. For dads wanting to have a drink with their kids on Father’s Day, the Holy Grail Pub offers everything from bold hops to light wheats and dark beers. There are also a number of seasonal beers as well as the beloved Guinness. Also available is a huge selection of whiskeys for all tastes. For food, try out their speciaty: The Holy Grail Burger – fresh sirloin hand-ground on site, seasoned with spices and a touch of pork fat, served on a  challah roll and topped with artisanal cheeses of your choosing.Related:  Best Unique Father’s Day Outings In DFW

Cigar Lounge At Chamberlain’s
5334 Belt Line Road
Dallas, TX 75254
(972) 934-2467
www.cigarloungeatchamberlains.comFor many dads, there is nothing better then celebrating Father’s Day, not just with a drink in hand, but also a nice cigar as well. The Cigar Lounge at Chamberlain’s is a great place to get both of these perks of life. There is nice ambiance music as well as big plasma televisions to watch while sharing an in-depth discussion, sipping your favorite drink and enjoying a fine cigar. For a special treat, get dad a membership to the lounge’s exclusive Club 48, a membership-only private Cigar Club with the world’s finest cigars.
Dallas Cigars
6162-A Greenville Ave.
Dallas, TX 75206
(214) 373-9993
www.dallascigars8.comDallas Cigars is a unique experience. It offers the best in cigar choices while inviting customers to bring in their own beer and wine to enjoy while sitting in a comfortable atmosphere. There is a full time tobacconist and Dallas Cigars touts a walk-in humidor, both domestic and imported cigars, pipes and more . There are also televisions to watch the best in sports and local news. This is a great, unique spot to stop for some good cigars without breaking the bank on alcohol, since you can just bring your own. Dallas Cigars also has a club membership which offers discounts and free cigars.Related: Best DFW Places To Buy Father’s Day Gifts

Shawn S. Lealos is a freelance writer who graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2000 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism. He writes for a variety of national publications and has over 15 years of sports journalism experience. Follow Shawn on Twitter @sslealos. Examiner.com.