It's that time again. We've compiled a small but meaningful list of great Twitter accounts for any Phoenix foodie to follow. It's Father's Day this weekend and we thought we'd give you some meaty tweets for the cowboys in your life. There are lots of Father's Day deals to be had. If you plan to take them out this weekend, check these out.
Bourbon Steak (@BourbonSteakAZ)
Bring Dad to the Scottsdale Princess Resort to drown him in decadence. Maybe try some foie gras sliders to start and pair your American Wagyu beef with truffled macaroni and cheese.
Cowboy Ciao (@ciaomari) The old man may be a steak person and a salad person. If so, he must get them together in the testosterone salad with port-charred beef tenderloin, crumbles and dressing of Maytag blue cheese, bourbon-soaked cherries, and potato chips. Marianne Belardi, their "schmooze diva" will keep you up to date with all of Cowboy Ciao's news in 140 characters or less.
Eddie V's (@EddievAZ)
Eddie V's is celebrating Dad with some surf and turf. When you bring Dad on Sunday, he can choose from special steak and lobster combinations, 25% off wines from the cellars list, live music from the V Lounge, and a special gift from his friends at Eddie V's, a $25 gift card to use on his next visit.
Monti's La Casa Vieja Steakhouse (@MontisTempe)
Take Pop to Monti's in Tempe and treat him to some pioneer history in the oldest continuously occupied structure in the Phoenix metro area. Their Father's Day special: 12 oz. Herb Encrusted Prime Rib served with garlic truffle fries & grilled panchetta wrapped asparagus topped with an aged balsamic viniagrette $24.95 - sweet deal.
Rustler's Rooste (@Rustler's Rooste)
If Daddy-O has a sassy side and is craving rattlesnake with his steak, fry bread and a view, you should take him to Rustler's Rooste in the foothills of South Mountain.
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