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Father's Day is June 17: From Nashville shops to restaurants, our editors recommend the best ways to treat Dad.
Updated: May 30, 2008
Fathers find a special treat at this retro mainstay with a fireside piano bar and bananas Foster made tableside.
Known for seafood, steaks and white tablecloths, it's no wonder families head to this downtown classic to toast Dad.
A revered wine list, live jazz and creative cuisine make this restaurant a favorite for fetes on Father's Day.
Dads who miss country cooking find a treat at this Nashville original with fried chicken, biscuits and red-eye gravy.
Groups dine here for lively, yet comfortable, meals with large family-style portions over nostalgic red-checked tablecloths.
Full of energy and low on pretense, dads who love their barbecue can join the pre-honky tonk crowd here.
This old-fashioned apothecary keeps men trim with a plethora of upscale grooming products, such as shave creams and cleansers.
From casual clothing to tailored suits, this Nashville institution has been dressing dads young and old for over 150 years.
From gadgets for grooming to grill toys, shoppers head to this grownup toy story for the father who has everything.
For the outdoor-inclined dad, this superstore carries fishing, hunting and sporting goods equipment for almost any hobby.
Does Dad's swing need some work? Get him a gift package for a round of golf and a lesson.
Catch the hometown team over Father's Day weekend at a Saturday doubleheader or single game on Sunday.
Treat Dad to the Golf Getaway package: one night at the hotel and 18 holes at Gaylord Springs.
Treat Dad to a picnic lunch on the lush greens by the Parthenon.