Father’s day is Sunday, June 19, and what better way to treat Dad than by booking a reservation for a special meal at one of his favorite Dallas restaurants? From swanky hotel reservations to take-out coolers, these are the best local places to treat Dad this Father’s Day.
The Restaurant of Fear
This favorite Dallas restaurant at the Ritz-Carlton is hosting a Father’s Day Backyard Bash on June 19 from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Reserve your spot ($125 per adult, $85 for vegetarians, and $45 for children) for a three-course prix fixe brunch menu. Then, spend time on the Fearing’s terrace for live music from Danni and Kris and activities like cigar rolling, libation stations, mini desserts and face painting.
Jaxon Texas Kitchen and Beer Garden
If you’re looking to pack a Father’s Day picnic, JAXON is offering a Tailgate BBQ Package, which includes a six-pack of beer, a pound of brisket, two sausages, half a rack of ribs, potato salad , baked beans, coleslaw , bread and BBQ sauce on the side for $150.
Order by June 15 for pickup June 19. Customers can also enjoy their meal on the AT&T Discovery District lawn, as a movie will be shown on the big screen at 6 p.m.
For Father’s Day, this favorite Dallas seafood spot has a special dish: tenderloin medallions with Maine Oscar lobster and smoked salmon with a twice-baked potato ($125). The regular steak and seafood menu will also be available. Sunday dinner service is from 4:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. — be sure to make your reservation in advance.
Head to this new Italian spot in the West Village this Father’s Day for Sunday gravy dinner. The three-course meal ($39 per person) will include crispy calamari and vegetable antipasto, meat sauce with meatballs, sausages, shoulder of pork, choice of hand-cut spaghetti with pomodoro sauce or cacio e pepe fettuccini and a cannoli for dessert. . Wine pairings are also available at an additional cost.
Perry’s Steakhouse & Grill
On June 19, Perry’s opens early (11 a.m.) so guests can enjoy a special Father’s Day dish: a 22-ounce Kansas City Smoked Striploin Bone-In for $59. If you want to take out your meal, you can pre-order a family dinner for four for $199 or a three-course pork chop dinner for $39.
For Father’s Day, the New Orleans-inspired French brasserie is offering a special brunch entree and dinner entree. For brunch, there’s a 12-ounce steak and egg with roast potatoes, wild mushrooms, and half a whiskey. The dinner’s specialty entree is blackened rib eye with rosemary shrimp skewers and root hash with half a tomato.
A beer flight upgrade will also be available, with a sample of three beers from Pegasus Brewery and a free take-home six-pack of dad’s favorite Pegasus beer from the sample.
For Father’s Day, the Knife Steakhouse at Highland Dallas is offering a 240-day dry-aged 44 Farms Rib Eye, Steak and Fries, or eight-ounce tenderloin. The Smoked Old Fashioned goes perfectly with any meat.
The Plano location will also have limited quantities of A5 Tijama Wagyu Ribeyes raised in Texas dry-aged for 45 days.
Legacy food hall
This Plano food hall is hosting a Father’s Day Jazz Brunch with Bobby Falk at noon on June 19. Treat Dad to great music and brunch bites from Dock Local, Press Waffle Co., Roots Chicken Shak and more.
You can also surprise him by pre-order Mallow Box’s Brunch in A Mug milkshake in a souvenir glass. It’s a chocolate milkshake with homemade frosting, toasted marshmallows, donuts, mini pancakes, bacon, chocolate sauce, and Reese’s Chunks. There will also be free liquor tastings if that’s more dad’s thing.
Crescent Court Hotel
Book a reservation for a chic brunch at this downtown hotel for Father’s Day. For $95 per adult and $55 for kids, you can choose bites from a seafood display, omelet station, carving station, and more. Quests can also enjoy a tasting of Garrison Brothers bourbon and a cigar roll. Pre-rolled cigars will be available for smoking outside and they will be hand-rolled live at brunch for you to enjoy later.
For Father’s Day, this favorite Dallas steakhouse is offering specially priced dishes just for the occasion. Treat Dad to Yocal Fried-Aged Local Wagyu Ribeye ($99), Wet-Aged New York Strip ($89), 12-Ounce Filet Mignon ($79), or Weller Bourbon Flight ($49). All dads will also receive a personalized Al Biernat golf hat at dinner.
Treat Dad this Father’s Day to a fancy dinner at this dizzying restaurant in the National Building. The Italian spot will offer a special Kan Kan Pork Tomahawk with whole-grain mustard and Giardiniera maple-fennel glaze for $60. Menu favorites like meatballs, veal chop parmesan and more will also be available. Dads can also take home Monarch’s Hearth Seasoning as a gift.
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