Celebrate the dad in your life the best way possible, with a hardy meal! The city is full of amazing dining options and we have rounded up the top 5 places with fun Father’s Day specials for you to enjoy.
Bring Dad to BCK for their popular brunch or dinner service on Father’s Day and receive a $15 gift card redeemable for your next visit. Brunch highlights include Bananas Fosters French Toast, Apple Jacks Breakfast Bun and the BCK Bloody Mary with Flamin’ Hot Cheetos. Dinner favorites include the Beef Dip Sandwich, Shake ‘n’ Bake® Pork Chop, and a new line-up of burgers like the Bacon & Blue with blue cheese and maple-onion jam and Return of the Mac with bacon, tomato and spicy mac ‘n cheese.
Can’t take dad to France for Father’s Day, don’t worry La Villa has some of the best French food in the city! They will be helping you make your dad feel special with a unique pre-fixe menu, including a glass of champagne, truffle scrambled eggs, heirloom tomato carpaccio, black angus ribeye, and much more.
The iconic Tex-Mex restaurant will be offering two special Father’s Day drinks all weekend long, including the Watermelon Michelada ($10 – Beer, Watermelon Juice, Lime Juice, Michelada Mix, Salted Mole Rim) and Grapefruit Beer-Rita ($10 – Reformador tequila, Beer, Topo Chico, Grapefruit Juice, Agave Nectar, Salted Mole Rim). Both drinks compliment any item from the menu perfectly.
La Table will be having a special Father’s Day Grand Brunch upstairs in Château from 10am-3pm. Breakfast will be served family-style, and will include a pastry basket, “La Table” orange brioche French toast, roasted heirloom potato hash and more. The Grand Brunch will also feature stations such as a raw bar, cheese & charcuterie, and a carving station.
Treat dad to classic meat-and-potatos meal, but with a twist. Steak 48 will be serving their impressive seafood tower, prime cuts of beef, and famous sides like the bruleed cream corn and Hassleback potatoes (doused in Truffle Butter and herbs). Your dad will feel like a king from the second he cracks open the menu.
Feature Image Courtesy of Steak 48