With so many choices finding the right place to take dad for Father’s Day it can seem a bit overwhelming. To help narrow down the choices My Fast Home Buyers found this great article to help guide the way. So no matter what your dad’s taste buds may be you are sure to find the perfect place in the Dallas/Fort Worth area below:
Not all Dads have the same taste. Some enjoy grilling at home, others like dinner out on the town. Some may prefer a tall glass of great beer over dining out at all. This Father’s Day, show Dad how much you really care by taking him somewhere just right for him, whether that’s a barbecue feast, a brewery, a cigar lounge or someplace else.
Daniele Puleo is a lot of things: he’s the chef of CiboDivino Restaurant & Marketplace and he’s also a dad. Consider taking Dad to Cibo this Father’s Day.
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CiboDivino Marketplace is letting Dad choose his cut of 44 Farms steak, and then chef Ryan Olmos will grill it to perfection outside on the patio. Grab a few sides and a beer or glass of wine and get your friendly family competition going with games provided by CiboDivino. June 18, from 12 to 5 p.m. Prices vary. 1868 Sylvan Avenue, Dallas. 214-653-2426. cibodivinomkt.com.
If you take Dad to Eureka! this Father’s Day, you won’t have to worry about getting him a gift. Eureka! has that covered: All dads a complimentary engraved whiskey glass when they order a whiskey cocktail on Father’s Day. Order a classic Old Fashioned or try Eureka!’s Holy Smokes! cocktail, which is smoked in-house with hickory chips and made with bourbon, tart cherry liqueur, maple syrup and Aztec chocolate bitters. June 18. Prices vary. Limited glassware available. 3700 McKinney Avenue, Dallas. 972-993-2222. eurekarestaurantgroup.com.
The four-hour barbecue feast planned at Fearing’s Restaurant this Father’s Day will serve up plenty of seasoned, smoked and scrumptious meat. Be sure to bring Dad and an appetite.
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At Fearing’s Restaurant, Father’s Day will be commemorated by more than just a meal. The iconic Dallas restaurant is upgrading its dining experience just for dads, with four hours of celebration with a three-course barbecue feast, tableside bourbon tastings and live music from Over the River Bluegrass Band. Menu offerings include bourbon maple brioche French toast with smoked ham steak, Granny Fearing’s “paper bag-shook fried chicken,” and mesquite-grilled shrimp cocktail on mango and avocado salad with chipotle cocktail sauce. June 18 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. $75 for adults (excluding beverages), $30 for children 12 and under. Reservations recommended. At the Ritz-Carlton, 2121 McKinney Ave., Dallas. 214-922-4848. fearingsrestaurant.com.
Fogo de Chão
The Brazilian steakhouse isn’t offering any special menu items for Father’s Day, but they are giving all dads a delicious gift: Every father who dines at Fogo de Chão during Father’s Day weekend (read: Friday through Sunday) will receive a dining card good for a free lunch, dinner or Sunday brunch on a return visit. So, if you’re feeling generous, you can show Dad appreciation twice over — just pay for his meal on Father’s Day, then go out with him again when he uses his free dining card. Two meals with someone he loves (you!) will be Dad’s favorite gift. June 16-18, open extended hours on Sunday, June 18: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. 4300 Belt Line Road, Addison, 972-503-7300; and 2619 McKinney Avenue, Dallas, 214-720-2777. fogodechao.com.
Greenville Avenue Pizza Company
Topped with five different meats, the Mucho Meato pizza at Greenville Avenue Pizza Company seems like a good fit for Father’s Day.
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Beer and ‘za? Sounds like the perfect way to tell Dad, “You’re the man.” Bring Dad to Lower Greenville for a laid back Father’s Day treat at GAPCo, where he can get 25 percent off a Mucho Meato pizza — made with pepperoni, ham, hamburger, sausage and bacon — when purchased with a Lakewood Lager. If he’s just looking for a quick snack, skip ordering a whole pie. Instead, buy a Lakewood Lager and grab a single slice of Mucho Meato at half price. June 18. 1923 Greenville Avenue, Dallas. 214-826-5404. gapc.co.
Kabuki Japanese Restaurant
Give Dad a flavorful Father’s Day by taking him out to a Japanese dinner full of his favorite dishes and sushi rolls. Kabuki Japanese Restaurant is ringing in Father’s Day with a prix fixe special that includes peppered beef with pilaf rice, a California roll, shrimp and vegetable tempura and more. Dessert also comes included with the meal: Dads can choose between coffee, green tea or strawberry mochi ice cream to finish his Father’s Day meal. June 15-18. $19.95 per person. At the Galleria Dallas, 13270 Dallas Parkway, Dallas. 469-917-4290. kabukirestaurants.com.
The Mansion Restaurant
Two entrée specials are available during brunch and dinner dining hours: a “Land and Sea” offering with Wagyu sirloin and Maine lobster gratin, and a veal tenderloin Oscar that comes with crab, asparagus and béarnaise. But the feast doesn’t stop there; pastry chef Nicolas Blouin provides the cherry on top for the perfect Father’s Day: a pistachio financier served alongside poached black cherries and basil ice cream. June 18, brunch available from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and dinner available from 6:00 to 9:30 p.m. 2821 Turtle Creek Blvd., Dallas. 214-559-2100. rosewoodhotels.com/mansion.
Mudhen Meat and Greens
Mudhen is doing a $20 bacon whiskey flight, brunch specials and a beer-brined, 12-ounce, bone-in pork chop. And if that’s not enough to fill the table, he and the rest of the family can order from Mudhen’s a la carte menu until they’re good and full. June 18 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 900 S Harwood Street, Dallas. 214-698-7000. mudheninthe.net.
Nick & Sam’s Grill Park Cities
Enjoy Father’s Day with a feast for the whole family at Nick & Sam’s Park Cities. Sides, entrées and desserts will be served family-style, making for a memorable (and likely delicious!) dinner experience. Entrées start at $40 and feed two to three people each; selections include a whole roasted chicken, a 48-ounce prime porterhouse, a rack of lamb and more. For $15 per person, diners can get dessert and bottomless sides such as jalapeño cheddar grits and lobster mashed potatoes. June 18, from 5 to 9 p.m. Children 10 and under can enjoy sides and dessert for free. Reservations strongly recommended. 8111 Preston Road, Dallas. 214-379-1111. nsgrill.com.
We have a feeling Dad won’t be able to resist Ocean Prime’s New York strip.
A 14-ounce prime New York strip steak awaits hungry dads at Ocean Prime this Father’s Day. The feature menu item comes topped with butter-poached lobster claw meat, garlic, lemon and parmesan aioli. If that doesn’t suit Dad’s tastes, he can select from Ocean Prime’s special Father’s Day brunch menu, which features classics like French toast with candied bacon, crab and eggs benedict, and smoked salmon with whipped cream cheese on a bagel. Don’t skip the restaurant’s signature Bloody Mary, which comes garnished with jumbo shrimp. June 18 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. $58 for the NY Strip special. 2101 Cedar Springs Road, Dallas. 214-965-0440. ocean-prime.com.
Paul Martin’s American Grill
Imagine Dad slicing into this 22-ounce bone-in prime rib eye from Paul Martin’s American Grill. Now imagine him sipping on the glass of wine that came with the steak. Now imagine him referring to you as his favorite child. It could happen this Father’s Day.
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Treat Dad to a meaty brunch or dinner with the Turtle Creek restaurant’s two daylong Father’s Day specials. The first features a 10-ounce prime rib, salad and a scoop of housemade ice cream, and the second includes a 22-ounce bone-in prime rib eye and a glass of wine. June 18. $33 for the 10 oz prime rib special, $66 for the 22 oz bone-in prime rib eye special. 3848 Oak Lawn Avenue, Dallas. 214-521-0116. paulmartinsamericangrill.com.
Peticolas Brewing Company
Does Dad want a cold beer? Take him to Peticolas Brewing Company in Dallas’ Design District, where buying yourself a beer gets Dad one for free on Father’s Day. Kick back and enjoy the local brewery’s selection of summer ale, kolsch, pale ales and more. June 18 from 12 to 6 p.m. Ages 21+ only. 2026 Farrington Street, Dallas. 214-234-7600. peticolasbrewing.com.
Pluckers Wing Bar
Have a social-savvy dad? Take him to Pluckers, where he’ll get a free entree, side and non-alcoholic drink if he posts a photo of the family at the restaurant to Facebook or Instagram with the hashtag #Pluckers. Known for their wings, Pluckers also sells sides like macaroni and cheese, house-made potato chips and buffalo fries. June 18. Prices vary; free entree, side and non-alcoholic drink must not exceed $15 in value. 3316 Preston Road, Plano, 972-599-9464; 5100 Belt Line Road, Dallas, 972-490-9464; 5500 Greenville Avenue, Dallas, 214-363-9464; 190 E. Stacy Road, Allen, 972-678-9464; 9229 Rain Lily Trail, Fort Worth, 817-750-2473; 1709 Cross Roads Drive, Grapevine, 817-416-2473; 4000 Bagpiper Way, Arlington, 817-784-2473. Pluckers.com. Click here to read the full story and more locations…
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Originally posted 2017-06-15 17:52:20.