Father's Day in Phoenix: Last Minute Dining Suggestions

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Why, hello!

We thought we'd find you here. No worries. You might not have time to whip up a steak cake like the one above (hard to imagine Dad's face when he sees that) but we've got you covered if you're looking for dining suggestions for Sunday.

We just learned that Cork in Chandler has some extra-special plans for Dad this Sunday. How about brunch, featuring Short-Rib Eggs Benedict with Béarnaise and complimentary bottomless mimosas for Dad? If he's too manly for a champagne flute, try dinner, featuring a 4-course improvisational menu with half-off bottles of wine. Call 480-883-3773 to reserve a table.

Check out the rest of our Father's Day suggestions after the jump.

Yesterday, we gave you a round-up with variety -- everything from pulled pork at Four Peaks to bloody marys at El Chorro.

And if you missed it, be sure to check out our beef-themed post from earlier today, all about where Dad can get the bloody good stuff.

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