Father’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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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).