Is your dad the type that likes to celebrate his day with a luxurious steak dinner? Or more of a healthy brunch kind of guy? Well, no matter what kind of dining experience you're looking for, we've got a place in town to satisfy your needs.
Here are 15 restaurants around town with food and drink specials for Father's Day on Sunday, June 15.
This Father's Day Arcadia Tavern is rewarding your dad for all his years of hard work by offering any signature burger he wants for free. Call 602-840-3950 to reserve a table.
This Sunday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Bobby Q's in Phoenix is serving a steak and lobster tail dinner featuring your choice of a filet or ribeye steak, a lobster tail, as well as your choice of one side for $38.99. Reservations are recommended. Call 602-995-5982.
Bootleggers Modern American Smokehouse
The Phoenix location of Bootleggers will be offering a $40 Father's Day buffet with pork sausage, beef brisket hash, and white cheddar, all wrapped in bacon. The buffet will also feature baked potatoes, braised red cabbage, and more, as well as your choice of Apple Pie Moonshine or draft beer. Call 602-996-4228 for a reservation.
Arcadia's Chelsea's Kitchen will satisfy dad's steak craving with a Strauss Meats 100% Grass-Fed filet mignon, a cold draft beer, and a logoed glass for $29 on Sunday. Call 602-957-2555.
District American Kitchen & Wine Bar
From 5 to 9 p.m. on Sunday, District American Kitchen at the Sheraton Downtown Phoenix is serving a special dinner entrée just for dads. Let pops enjoy a Grilled Choice Center Cut NY Strip Steak smothered with sautéed mushrooms and onions, Schreiner's bacon, and white cheddar smashed potatoes, with asparagus topped with chipotle hollandaise. You can also add an Arizona draft beer or glass of house wine along with the entrée for only $22. Call 602-817-5400 for a reservation.
The iconic Paradise Valley restaurant, El Chorro, will be honoring dads with a three-course meal for $39. It includes an El Chorro Garden tomato salad with Oaxaca cheese and pickled red onions, 14 oz. prime Niman Ranch rib eye with rosemary roasted potatoes and grilled asparagus, and a root beer float with vanilla bean ice cream.
Kelly's at Southbridge
On Sunday Kelly's at Southbridge in Scottsdale with happy hour and half price bottles of wine and champagne all day.
Luci's Healthy Marketplace
Start Dad's big day off right with a breakfast special of all natural, grass fed seared flank steak over a bed of crispy potatoes and house beer braised sausage hash at Luci's Healthy Marketplace. And for dessert, let him indulge in a Chocolate Bacon Cookie, made with Applewood Smoked Bacon.
Don't choose between land and sea at Milagro Grill, which will be offering Surf & Turf Father's Day Feast on Sunday. Meal options include a grilled lobster tail paired with fork-tender filet mignon with bacon-wrapped asparagus, mashed potato, onion rings, and any draft or bottled beer for $25, or two ahi tuna tacos in a wonton shell with Asian slaw and wasabi cream, and two filet mignon tacos, both served with habanero mash, port wine sauce and any draft or bottled beer for only $20.
This Sunday Naya Mediteranean restaurant in Scottsdale will host a Father's Day brunch that includes Caesar salad made with fresh romaine, homemade pita croutons, Caesar dressing, and parmesan cheese; house salad with seasonal baby greens served with aged balsamic honey vinaigrette; prime rib seasoned with a signature Mediterranean rub, served with rosemary potatoes, seasonal medley of vegetables, and a side of au jus and creamy horseradish sauce; mix grill entree of beef kabab, marinated steak with a house secret spice, and shish tawouk, or organic chicken breast marinated with saffron and special spices; plus a choice of any of the signature homemade desserts on the menu. The brunch costs $39.95 per person and includes a $10 bounce back card for a future visit. Call 480-355-6600 for a reservation.
Scottsdale's Salty Senorita will celebrate dads with a special Father's Day brunch offered from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Breakfast selections will include the Sunrise Torta with chorizo, egg, rajas, pico, and salsa verde ($10); Stuffed French Toast with peanut butter mousse, bananas, and cinnamon maple syrup ($10); and Chilaquiles tostadas with corn tortilla crisps, salsa verde, machegeo, and eggs ($10). Drink specials include $5 Bloody Marys, $10 Sofia Mimosas, and $15 bottomless Mimosas.
The Shout House
On Sunday night from 5 to 9 p.m. The Shout House at Westgate in Phoenix will host a family-friendly night of entertainment with no cover charge. Families can enjoy the live dueling piano show while cashing in on food and drink specials including a $7 Burger and Beer special that includes a burger, fries, and a domestic draft beer or a $3 Root Beer Float special for the kids.
Chef Massimo de Francesca of Taggia in Scottsdale is featuring a special Fathers Day meal that includes a half pound Niman Ranch Burger topped with truffle mushrooms, smoked porcini aioli, bacon/ onion jam and fontina cheese, served with a side of poutine fries and gravy. The burger will paired with a special draft beer or bourbon and a cigar for $25. Call 480-424-6095 for reservations.
Go big this Father's Day with Texaz Grill's "Big Daddy" Father's Day steak special offered from 10 a.m to 10 p.m. on Sunday. The deal includes a 16oz hand-cut NY Strip steak smothered in sautéed onions for $24.95 -- plus a complimentary strawberry shortcake with their meal (proof of fatherhood required). The restaurant will also be serving its regular brunch menu on Father's Day until 4 p.m., featuring biscuits and sausage gravy for $6.
ZuZu at the Hotel Valley Ho
In addition to the regular brunch spread, ZuZu will be offering special Father's Day menu items including Braised Pork Benedict with poached eggs and smoked tomato hollandaise on a homemade english muffin ($14), as well as a build-your-own Bloody Mary or mimosa bar ($6). Brunch is served from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. For reservations call 480-421-7997.
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