Happy Father's Day, Dad! Thanks for everything you do, all the love that you share, and, yes, thanks for telling all of your dad-jokes (I admit it, some of them are actually kinda funny). If the date kinda snuck up on you, don't worry. We've got some last-minute Father's Day ideas in Montreal just for you.\nFather's Day is a great way to show fathers and father-figures just how lucky we are to have them.\nUsually, it's one of the first times in the season we head to someone's backyard, a terrasse or somewhere special to celebrate.\nOf course, this year we have to get a little more creative as the city and the province begin to slowly reopen.\nThis list is tailored to the current reality. Everything below is open and legal to visit or do under current restrictions.\nIn every case, it's important to keep in mind the government's rules for using public spaces and hanging out with people who don't live at the same address as you.\nOf course, if you don't mind celebrating a day late, you could also wait for the reopening of restaurant dining rooms in the Montreal area on June 22 to take your dad out to eat.\nBut if you'd like to surprise your pops today, consider one of these options.\nGo To Opening Night Of Montreal's Giant New Drive-In Theatre\nView this post on Instagram Thank you Dad. June 21st tickets at www.driveinmtl.com #driveintogetout #events #movies #driveinevents #mtl #montreal A post shared by Royalmount Drive-In Theatre (@driveinmtl) on Jun 19, 2020 at 4:25am PDT\nThe Royalmount Drive-In Event Theatre conveniently opens on Father's Day with a screening of the 1984 classic, Footloose.\nThe massive space even has car window food service — perfect for a fun evening with the family.\nTest Your Skills In An Outdoor Escape Game To Find Hidden Treasure\nView this post on Instagram Plus de 150 personnes ont essayé notre nouveau jeu d'évasion extérieur la semaine passée. 50 équipes ont trouvé le trésor de John Redpath et découvert l'histoire du Canal Lachine. Le record est présentement de 1 heure, 32 minutes et 55 secondes! 🔎🗝️🔒 Over 150 people have played our new outdoor escape game last week. 50 teams found John Redpath's treasure and discovered the history of the Lachine Canal. The record is currently 1 hour, 32 minutes and 55 seconds! #mtl #montreal #canallachine #escapegame #escaperoom A post shared by A/Maze: Montreal Escape Game (@amazemontreal) on Jun 10, 2020 at 10:08am PDT\nThe brand-new challenge from the escape game masters at A/Maze has players explore St-Henri for clues that lead them to the location of famous industrialist John Redpath's hidden fortune.\nThe 90-minute to two-hour adventure along the Lachine Canal could lead perfectly into the next activity on this list.\nHave Tacos & Beer By The Lachine Canal\n😎 🔥 Tacos et canicule, toujours un bon combo! \nNotre kiosque de tacos sur la rue est ouvert du lundi au jeudi de 14h à...Posted by El Gordo on Friday, May 29, 2020\nWhen restaurant dining rooms closed down, El Gordo in Little Burgundy transformed one of its windows into an adorable little taco takeout spot.\nCustomers can order tacos, nachos, churros, and beer and head a few blocks south to a particularly popular green stretch of park along the canal.\nTreat Your Dad To A Massage\nView this post on Instagram Cette semaine, profitez de 10 % sur tous les massages jusqu’au 21 juin seulement. . . . This week, get 10 % discount on massages at check-in. Until June 21 only. . . . #happyfathersday #bonnefetepapa #massage #massagetherapy #wellness #deeptissue #therapeutic #swedishmassage #montreal #montrealmoments A post shared by Scandinave Spa Vieux-Montreal (@scandinavemtl) on Jun 15, 2020 at 6:18am PDT\nSpas in the Montreal area are open for select services, like massages.\nAs of the time of writing Scandinave Spa in Old Montreal still has some massage appointments available on June 21.\nYou can book online.\nPicnic In The Park\nView this post on Instagram Picnic 👑👑👑 A post shared by Stella Vaccaro (@stellaadriana) on Jul 24, 2016 at 5:22pm PDT\nWe've said it once and we'll say it again, nothing screams summer in Montreal quite like picnicking in the park. Make it a 5 à 7 with this amazing happy hour kit delivered right to your door. Grab a bucket of fried chicken for an outdoor feast.\nInvite a few people from outside your household (following the government's guidelines, of course) to make it a classic Father's Day BBQ.\nIt's the perfect opportunity to buy local produce or try a new delivery service.\nSome of the city's pools are also reopening if you need to cool off.\nRent Some Kayaks & Explore Water Routes In & Around Montreal\nView this post on Instagram extrañando a mi novio :)) A post shared by Carla Villarreal👑 (@carlitagvs) on Aug 31, 2019 at 1:22pm PDT\nKayaking is one of the best ways to escape the city and get an alternative view of nature. There are numerous spots in and around Montreal to rent boats and embark on a water adventure.\nSome of these spots are already open. Be sure to check the latest updates on their websites before heading out.\nHave An Uber Eats Feast Of Quebecers' Favourite Foods\nmrpuffscanada | Instagram\n \n Becky Bowman | Dreamstime\nGive the guy a break... and you, too! No need to worry about making dinner. Order-in from one of Quebec's' favourite spots and use that free time to spend quality time together.\nTake A Bike Ride Around The City\nView this post on Instagram Vélo/Boulot #329. . . #montreal #canallachine #quebec #iamspecialized #sunrise #commuterbike #commute A post shared by Lappie (@lappiebike) on Jun 1, 2020 at 3:37am PDT\nAnother great thing about Montreal in the summer is biking. Whether it's up the mountain or along the canal, seeing the city with loved ones and with the wind in your hair is one of the best feelings there is. Don't own a bike? Try a BIXI!\nVisit One Of Quebec's National Parks\nView this post on Instagram UNTIL FOREVER COMES YOU’LL FIND ME CHASING THE SUN ☀️ Pas besoin d’aller très loin pour voir ce sunset de fou, il est juste au Parc National des Îles de Boucherville à la sortie de Montréal 😍 ____________ #sunsetbyddae A post shared by ✈ О с е α n e (@dreamdiscoverandexplore) on Sep 30, 2019 at 4:36am PDT\nOutside the city, the beauty of Quebec's landscapes continues to flourish. Sépaq parks are gradually reopening, allowing for a fun Father's Day excursion for more outdoorsy dads.\nThe Îles de Boucherville National Park is right next to Montreal Island.\nNote that online ticket purchases are mandatory.\nNon-essential travel between regions is still discouraged, though, so it's always best to stick to the parks in your own area.\nIf you live nowhere near a national park, best to keep scrolling.\nGo Ice-Cream Shop Hopping\nView this post on Instagram Hi lovely friends! It is with great sadness that we are announcing the temporary closure of our ice cream shop until further notice due to the Covid-19 circumstances. It was a very difficult decision to come to and it does completely break our hearts. We are aware of and in solidarity with all of our brothers and sisters in the restaurant, retail and other businesses that may be affected and suffering right now. We are right here with you, all floating on the same boat. We are also aware that we must absolutely protect our beautiful and loving community. This is why we have decided to close for the time being. We cannot wait to come back and enjoy ice cream, churro sundaes and watermelon bowls once this all becomes a distant memory. If you know us, you know we are all about love and fun and yummyness! In the meantime, stay healthy, stay safe and sooner than later, we will all be reunited. We love you Montreal. We love you Quebec. Le Blueboy PS: We have some incredibly fun surprises for you this summer! We are so eager to have you taste them! Also, we are setting up a website where you can purchase gift cards for when we reopen! Stay tuned. 💜🌺🦋🌺💜 Bonjour les ami(e)s C’est avec une profonde tristesse que nous vous annonçons la fermeture temporaire du Blueboy à cause du Covid-19. Cette décision fut incroyablement dur à prendre et nos cœurs sont brisés. Nous sommes bien au courants et solidaires à tous nos frères et sœurs dans le domaine du détail, de la restauration et de tout autres domaines qui souffrent à cause de cette crise. Nous sommes tous dans le même bateau! Nous savons aussi qu’avant tout, il faut absolument protéger notre communauté. Ce qui est la raison de la fermeture temporaire de nos portes. Nous avons vraiment hâte de revenir et de profiter de notre crème glacée, nos churros sundaes et bols melons d’eau une foi que tout ceci ne sera qu’un lointain souvenir. Si vous nous connaissez, vous savez bien que c’est que de l’amour, des blagues, du fun et des Miams Miams! En attendant, s’il vous plais, prenez soin de vous la famille! On va bientôt se revoir. On vous aime Montréal! On vous aime Québec! 🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺 Le Blueboy A post shared by Le Blueboy (@le_blueboy) on Mar 18, 2020 at 11:17am PDT\nThink you inherited your sweet tooth from your dad? Take him from place to place trying the city's sweetest iced confections.\nHere are some of the local ice cream shops open for takeout.\nHave A Nacho Mountain\nView this post on Instagram 🐺 The countdown begins; Game of Thrones premiere tomorrow night!! Need something to munch on? We’ve got our famous nachos, samosas and poutine all available for take away or delivery through @foodora_ca ! 🐉 Le compte à rebours commence; La première de Game of Thrones demain soir !! Besoin de quelque chose à grignoter? Nos fameux nachos, samosas et poutines sont tous disponibles à emporter ou à livrer @foodora_ca ! A post shared by Lola Rosa (@lolarosamontreal) on Apr 13, 2019 at 2:37pm PDT\nLola Rosa nachos for takeout. Need we say more?\nGet the details here.\nHappy Father's Day!\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.