Father's Day Dining 2011 Roundup

Father's Day is closer then right around the corner -- it's Sunday. This Sunday. If you haven't made plans, now's the time. To make things easier for you, we put together one of our sweet dining round ups. Enjoy! 
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Monti's La Casa Vieja in Tempe is offering a 12 oz herb crusted prime rib with garlic truffle fries and grilled asparagus for $24.95. Thrown in a basket of their delicious rosemary bread and you have the makings of a great dads day. www.montis.com for reservations
Four Peaks Brewery,Tempe is cooking up a HUGE all-you-can eat Father's Day Brunch from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. complete with prime rib, an omelet station, BBQ pulled pork (they make a killer BBQ sauce), salads, shrimp, desserts and more. $32 per person, $12 for kids 10 and under, free for the five and under crowd. www.fourpeaks.com for the complete menu. 
Talavera at the Four Season Resort has put together a Father's Day Beer Dinner. The dinner takes place Saturday, June 18th and features a manly menu of Kobe beef and grilled lobster sliders, bourbon chile hanger steak, grilled chicken and lamb ribs with a mocha ice cream whoopie pie for dessert. All four courses will be paired with brews from Tucson's Nimbus Brewery. $85 ++ per person. 480-513-5085 for reservations. 

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Arrowhead Grill, wants your dad's ugliest tie in exchange for a free appetizer. Just have dad bring in his ugly tie in after 4 p.m. with ugly tie in hand and he will be rewarded with free food. Be sure to try the grill's signature steak, the Delmonico. www.arrowheadgrill.com for reservations. 

Forget the appetizer, Humble Pie is giving Dad a whole pizza. Dad can choose from any 11" or 12" pizza on the menu from 11 a.m. to close this Sunday. Offer is valid at both location. Dine in only. www.humblepieusa.com
The historic Wrigley Mansion will be hosting a "dude food" brunch this Sunday. Treat Dad to an epic breakfast/lunch of brats, mac & cheese with pork belly, chicken wings, and beer. Traditional brunch items such as prime rib, french toast and omelets along with bottomless champagne will also be served. $55 for adults, $27.50 for the kiddos and free for the little ones under the age of five. 602-955-4079 for reservations. 

Eddie's House will be celebrating Father's Day early with specials on Maine lobster and their Thyme roasted prime rib Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Each entree is just $25 or try them both for $45. www.eddieshouseaz.com for details 
The Wigwam Resort's upscale restaurant, Litchfield's, will host a three-course farm fresh dinner on Father's Day. Dinner starts with a frosty Arizona beer and then dad gets to choose from a number of mouthwatering options for his meal including wood-fired baby back ribs with Four Peaks BBQ sauce. Four Peaks chocolate cake will be served for dessert. $39 ++ per person. Reservations recommended. 623-935-3811
The El Chorro Lodge is cooking up a Father's Day brunch special from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday. Smoked brisket hash skillet with two eggs and a bloody mary for $20 ++. or join them for dinner and snag a wedge salad, grilled ribeye steak with cherry tomatoes & roasted fingerling potatoes and apple pie for $29++ per person. www.elchorrolodge.com for reservations. 

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