Father’s Day Restaurant Deals: 2015 Splurges + Steals

Lobster Benny EssexFather’s Day 2015 is June 21, and restaurants are preparing to roll out the red carpet for dads everywhere. We’ve gathered Father’s Day dining deals to find the perfect place to celebrate, from splurges to steals — and something in between. Get inspired and book your reservations today.

ATLANTA

A bit more: Fogo de Chao awaits with 16 cuts of delectable fire-roasted meats and award-winning wine for $51.50.
A bit less: At Dantanna’s Downtown, dads eat free on Father’s Day! Purchase any menu item at regular price to receive a complimentary item of equal or lesser value.
A bit different: At 10th & Piedmont, dad can dine out and have his seared meats, too, at their “Meat Lover’s Cook Out” on a street-side grill featuring flank steak, Sweetwater barbecue chicken, sausages, barbecued pork, and more.

BOSTON

A bit more: Café Fleuri is ready to treat dad like a king with a $72 per adult (including one free mimosa) meal. It’s $40 per child 5-12 years old.
A bit less: Roberto’s Restaurant wants to show dad how much you love and appreciate him with half-price on his entree on Father’s Day.
A bit different: DeWolf Tavern is hosting a Bristol oyster festival, from 11AM to 4PM, featuring local food and beverage vendors and a fun silent auction.

CHICAGO

A bit more: North Pond invites you to celebrate the dad in your life with a special three-course brunch for $45 per person and $20 per child.
A bit less: May St. Steakhouse has a delicious brunch buffet for just $24.95 for adults and $12.95 for kids.
A bit different: Club Lucky is offering a $25 gift certificate (good on your next visit) to every dad in honor of the restaurant’s 25th anniversary.

LOS ANGELES

A bit more: The Hobbit offers a six-course, prix-fixe menu at $92 per person at 7PM. If dad’s an oenophile, bring in a bottle of wine, and they’ll waive the first corkage fee.
A bit less: Grand Café @ Omni Los Angeles features executive chef Simon Warren’s “BBQ Brunch Buffet” with “everything for everyone” at just $39 for adults and $20 for kids.
A bit different: At Perch LA, you and dad can float above the Los Angeles skyline while overlooking Pershing Square and enjoying live jazz performances!

NEW YORK

A bit more: Le Cirque invites you to celebrate your dad in classic New York style with a lavish three-course Father’s Day brunch for $65 per person and $35 for kids.
A bit less: Eric’s Italian Bistro is your way to save on steak. Choose from a $15 filet mignon, rib eye, or skirt steak for dad – and pair it with a perfectly poured draft beer at 50% off.
A bit different: Essex is serving up extra-manly cocktails, including bacon bloody Mortys and beer manmosas at their regular brunch, which includes lobster Benedict (pictured).

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Mother’s Day Restaurant Deals: 2015 Splurges + Steals

Mother’s Day 2015 is less than a week away. The great news is that there’s still time to find the perfect table to celebrate the special mom in your life. In fact, 50% of diners book their Mother’s Day reservations a week out — and 25% do so the day before. We’ve gathered Mother’s Day restaurant deals to help you pick a place that’s right for your family, from splurges to steals — and something a little different. Get inspired and start planning Mother’s Day today!

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ATLANTA

* A bit more: One Midtown Kitchen can help you say it with flowers. On your reservation, indicate that you’d like to surprise mom with a fresh floral arrangement and it will be ready and waiting upon arrival for $60.
* A bit less: Danntana’s Surf and Turf is picking up mom’s meal. Her entree is free if you purchase another menu item at regular price.
* A bit different: Le Vigne at Montaluce Winery invites you to spend a day in the mountains with mom. Enjoy handcrafted wine and live music on the patio.

BOSTON

* A bit more: Café Fleuri is serving fabulous food and a free mimosa set to live jazz, plus a face painter and balloon artist to entertain the wee ones at $95 per adult and $51 per children 5-12 years old.
* A bit less: Club Café offers their award-winning buffet, which includes carved roasts and lobster mac n cheese at just $23.50 for adults and $8.95 for children under 12.
* A bit different: Odyssey Cruises beckons you to set sail with mom for brunch. She’ll receive a flower, and a complimentary Champagne or mimosa is available for all diners, 21 and over. There’s juice, goodie bags, and entertainment for the kids, plus an ice cream sundae bar.

CHICAGO

* A bit more: NoMI is putting on a a luxurious culinary affair against a backdrop of stunning Michigan avenue views. Dine on a diverse range of specially curated chef stations for $135 per person.
* A bit less: Red Door is serving three courses for a wallet-friendly $25 — plus, guests can purchase a fun flower arrangement for mom for an additional $25.
* A bit different: Brass Monkey Brasserie is throwing a Mother’s Day Funky Brunch (“It’s like Tom Jones and Julia Child threw a party at Warren Beatty’s pad.”). Tell mom to bust out her bell bottoms for this seven-course, 1970s-inspired menu that is $40 for adults and $20 for kids under 12.

DENVER

* A bit more: Wine Experience Café and World Cellar invites you to raise a glass to mom on Mother’s Day with a white tablecloth four-course brunch at $59 for adults and $20 for children.
* A bit less: The Crown Social is putting on a gourmet brunch buffet for $20 per person with a “bottomless drink” menu, featuring a new bottomless Bloody Mary bar (for just $12 or $30 for both brunch and the bar).
* A bit different: Kachina Southwestern Grill wants you to heed the call of the wild — the wild west, that is. They’re preparing a family-style, wild west brunch with green chile deviled eggs, a chuck wagon egg bake, and chocolate chile beignets for $27 per person. Bonus: kids ages 8 and under eat free.

LOS ANGELES

* A bit more: Mr. C Beverly Hills is ready to help you treat your mom to a poolside Venetian brunch buffet featuring Cipriani pastas, waffles, custom frittatas, live music, and more! Plus, moms receive a complimentary Bellini and a flower, for $99 for adults and $45 for 5-12 year olds.
* A bit less: Sage-A Plant Based Bistro is great for going green while saving some green. A special brunch buffet and bottomless mimosas are just $25 per person.
* A bit different: smoke.oil.salt. can help you take mom on an armchair trip to Spain with their paella feast. Diners can choose from traditional paella with rabbit and pork, seafood paella with giant prawns, or vegetarian paella for two at $49 per person, and free Cava for all mothers.

MIAMI

* A bit more: StripSteak is rolling out the red carpet for moms, with a luxe brunch featuring their signature “fizzy bellboy” cocktail, sumptuous seafood carts, delectable entrees, family-style sides, and lavish desserts at $68 per person.
* A bit less: 7 Pecados lets you sip while you save with a three-course $30 per person prix-fixe menu that includes a bottle of sparkling wine per table. Pick from three delicious options of appetizer, main course, and dessert, including salad, baked brie, filet mignon, fish, and more.
* A bit different: City Hall wants you to put your hands together for a Gospel brunch starring Maryel Epps. Choose from a la carte brunch dishes priced from $10-$20, along with mimosas, Bloody Marys, and guava mojitos.

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Thanksgiving Restaurant Reservations: Last Minute Deals + Offers

tday deals blogIt’s Tuesday and Thanksgiving is Thursday (!), but it’s not too late to find the perfect table for your celebration. Honestly! Just visit our local Thanksgiving pages to find details on special menus, pricing, and additional offers — and book your reservation. To pique your interest, we’ve rounded up a sampling of offers, from value-driven to extravagant, as well those that are a bit different. 

Atlanta:
A bit less: Flat Creek Lodge — Kids eat for just $12 (and adults for $28) at this extensive and affordable Thanksgiving Day buffet.
A bit more: Southern Art — For $67 per person, diners can tuck into a full brunch buffet featuring Southern Art specialties, Thanksgiving carving stations, and a briny seafood display.
A bit different: Rosa Mexicano — Serving Thanksgiving with a festive Mexican twist, Rosa Mexicano has slow-roasted Yucatan turkey and turkey enchiladas topped with cranberry-orange salsa on the menu.

Boston:
A bit less: Seasons 52 — A tasty Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings is yours for just $26.95 for adults and $12.95 for kids.
A bit more: Rialto — Treat yourself to a sumptuous dinner at this Boston favorite. $120 for dinner with wine pairings. Children under 12 dine for $35.
A bit different: Grill 23 & Bar — In addition to the regular menu, this restaurant has an awesome offbeat take on a four-course Thanksgiving dinner for $72, which includes sweet potato chowder, Little Gem Caesar salad, coffee-brined turkey, and pumpkin brûlée.

Los Angeles:
A bit less: The Stinking Rose — Get four-courses of garlicky goodness at this traditional Thanksgiving dinner for $34.95. Plus, enjoy no corkage.
A bit more: Mr. C Beverly Hills — Sup on all of your Thanksgiving favorites with elegant accompaniments, including lobster bisque, butternut squash ravioli, chestnut stuffing, and more for $85 per person.
A bit different: AKASHA — You’ll be thankful for their annual pie buffet for dessert alone. Plus, fish and vegan options are available and it’s just$65 for adults and $35 for kids under 12.

Miami:
A bit less: Prime-Del Ray Beach — Have your turkey and eat it, too, for just $24.95 at this traditional, three-course Thanksgiving feast.
A bit more: Bistro One LR-Ritz Carlton — There’s something for everyone with a raw bar, tapas, grill, desserts, and more, plus unlimited Champagne and mimosas from 2-8PM. $125 for adults and $45 for kids.
A bit different: The Bazaar by José Andrés at SLS Hotel South Beach — Celebrate Thanksgiving this year through the culinary vision of José Andrés with distinct dishes such as sous vide breast, confit leg with traditional gravy, or a deconstructed pumpkin pie.

Minneapolis:
A bit less: Mallard’s on the St. Croix — For $23.95, diners get a traditional Thanksgiving dinner served family style, with turkey, ham, and all the side dishes, plus a dessert bar. And, every seat has a lovely view of the St. Croix River.
A bit more: Woolley’s Steakhouse — Don’t miss their famous Champagne Brunch, with chef stations, carved New York strip steak, turkey, and ham, plus a tuna bar, oysters, and seafood and the best of breakfast, lunch, and dinner — all for $39.95 for adults and $14.95 for children.
A bit different: Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse — Change things up this year with 16 cuts of delectable fire-roasted meats, Brazilian side dishes, and more for $49.50.

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Father’s Day Restaurant Reservations: Delicious Last-Minute Deals and Offers

Nothing says 'Thanks, Dad!' like a juicy steak.
Nothing says ‘Thanks, Dad!’ like a juicy ribeye.

Father’s Day is just a few days away, but there’s still time to book a table for Sunday. No matter what city you’re celebrating in, OpenTable can help you find a reservation!

You can visit our local Father’s Day pages to find details on special menus, pricing, and additional offers. And, below, we’ve rounded up a sampling of offers, from value-driven to extravagant, as well those that are a bit different, to whet your appetite.

Atlanta:
A bit less: Shula’s 347 Grill — Celebrate Father’s Day by treating Dad to a free entree. One per table; another entree must be purchased by one other diner.
A bit more: Park 75 — Head to the Four Seasons Hotel for a special BBQ with Dad experience.$70 per adult ($79 including Bloody Mary’s and beer), $30 for kids 6-12.
A bit different: Amura Japanese Sushi Restaurant — $5 New York steak after rebate, for fathers only.

Baltimore:
A bit less: La Tasca — Enjoy three tapas dishes and a dessert for $25 per person from the special “Tapas for Papas” menu.
A bit more: Morton’s The Steakhouse — Let Morton’s do the grilling. Join them for a mouth-watering three-course meal for only $69 per person.
A bit different: The Alehouse Columbia — Order a growler gift basket, which includes a signature pint glass, growler, and gift card.

Boston:
A bit less: Antonia’s at The Beach Restaurant and Bar — All-you-can-eat brunch buffet for only $14 per person.
A bit more: Palm Restaurant — Offering a 16-ounce, bone-in filet mignon at a special price of $45 and a $79.95 summer lobster dinner for two.
A bit different: Orchard Street Chop Shop — All dads get a complimentary cigar with entree purchase to enjoy on the terrace or take home.

Chicago:
A bit less: Domo 77-Aurora — Steak and lobster plus shrimp and chicken combination with soup, salad, veggies, fried rice, and a bottle of house wine for $59.96 for two people.
A bit more: deca Restaurant + Bar at The Ritz Carlton — Featuring a “Beef, Bourbon, and Beer Brunch” with Half Acre Beer Co., Revolution Brewing, and Woodford Reserve for $79 per person.
A bit different: Bistro Dre — All fathers will receive a complimentary slice of cheesecake with fresh strawberry sauce — and a gift bag.

 Denver:
A bit less: Randolph’s at Warwick Denver Hotel — Check out “Blues, Brews, and BBQ” on the patio. All your favorite brunch and BBQ items from the grill. Local draft beer included, all for just $25 per person.
A bit more: EDGE Restaurant & Bar — EDGE has partnered with Rickenbaugh Caillac of Denver for brunch and test drives on Fathers Day. $55 per adult, $25 for children (under 12).
A bit different: Aquarium Restaurant — Treat Dad to an under-the-sea adventure! Enjoy the one-of-a-kind Aquarium Restaurant and Aquarium Adventure Exhibit this Father’s Day. Continue Reading