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Whether Dad is craving a mouthwatering steak or a round of cheap beers, these Valley dining destinations are your go-to spots for Father’s Day dining (be sure to make reservations and visit each restaurant’s Web site for pricing and a full menu).
There are a variety of ways to celebrate Pops at Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia. Dad’s Day Brunch at Prado takes place from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., and the whole family can savor home-made breakfast breads, locally made sausages, imported Spanish cheeses and live action stations (plus gluten-free eats). Special features just for Dad include a carving station of wood-fired prime New York strip; chicken and waffles with barrel-aged bourbon syrup plus Prado’s famous kale salad. Wash it down with $4 Stella Artois draft beer. From 5 to 10 p.m., Prado will dish up a special savory three-course menu with choices that include Blanton’s bourbon-aged rib eye, wood-grilled king salmon and more. Plus, tickets for the June 28 Bourbon Celebration at Chef’s Kitchen Table are just $100 with your reservation to the Father’s Day brunch or dinner at Prado.
At The Wigwam, ring in Father’s Day at Red’s Bar & Grill with a delicious burger and beer special while watching the U.S. Open. For a more formal affair, reserve your spot for dinner at Litchfield’s from 5 to 9 p.m. featuring special Dad’s Day entrees.
For a luxurious Father’s Day feast, reserve your spot at elements at Sanctuary on Camelback. This award-winning restaurants features farm-fresh American cuisine with Asian accents presented by Food Network star and Chef Beau MacMillan (vegetarian and gluten-free options are available, too). Try the fiery calamari, Chilean sea bass and bacon-wrapped filet of beef.
June marks the start of Summer of the Burger at the Bourbon Steak Bar and Lounge at Fairmont Scottsdale Princess. Through August, you can treat Pops to a mouthwatering selection of burgers, including the Korean burger, a crispy halibut burger and a heritage turkey burger (all served with duck fat fries or a salad).
Treat Dad to a Father’s Day brunch special, like the Crab Oscar Eggs Benedict, or dinner special (hello, 14-oz. Niman Ranch Prime Rib) at El Chorro this Sunday–with plenty of the restaurant’s famous sticky buns to go around.
Mountain Shadows offers three different ways to spoil the big guy. Either start the day early with brunch following by a round at The Short Course or opt for golf followed by dinner at Hearth ’61.
Two icons of the Biltmore neighborhood, the Wrigley Mansion and the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club tee up for Father’s Day on Sunday, June 17 with a special experience for dads that includes the mansion’s signature brunch with chef-manned food stations and the option to add nine holes at one of the Golf Club’s two courses. To add nine holes of golf at the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club to the Wrigley Mansion Father’s Day experience—tee times starting at 11 a.m.—guests may let the host know their preferred tee time when making a brunch reservation.
Dads eat free (free choice of any entrée, no purchase necessary) at Cold Beers & Cheeseburgers on Father’s Day. Bourbon & Bones welcomes a special brunch menu in honor of the holiday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Head into the Father’s Day weekend with the Friday Smokehouse Special menu at Proof, an American Canteen at Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North. Offered every Friday night throughout the summer, guests have the chance to sample a rotating variety of smoked cuts each week, house-made sides and special barbecue sauces. In addition to its Saturday brunch, Proof will offer a Steak & Egg special with Dad in mind on Saturday, June 16. Then, on Father’s Day, treat Dad to a Crafted Cocktails class from 2 to 3 p.m. to learn the art of classic cocktail-making using vodka, gin, whiskey and tequila. Father’s Day dinner will be Proof’s popular Sunday Sauce, an Italian-American dinner special that’s perfect for family celebrations.
From 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Padre Murphy’s will be celebrating Father’s Day with surf and turf, spirits, sports and special prizes. While watching hisfavorite sports on Padre Murphy’s 90-plus TV’s, Dads can enjoy one of 56 craft drafts and pair it with a surf and turf meal. Plus, the first 50 Dads to order this meal will also be entered to win a variety of prizes, including golf shirts, hats, koozies, golf balls and more.
At Tanzy Restaurant, all fathers can enter for a chance to win the ultimate golf bundle on Father’s Day. What does this bundle entail? One lucky dad will walk away with an official golf ball presented in a display case and golf bag autographed by none other than Master’s Champion Frank Urban “Fuzzy” Zoeller, Jr., as well as a $100 gift card to Tanzy.
T. Cook’s Father’s Day specials include buttermilk fried chicken and herb-roasted prime rib from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. while the Mix Up Bar has a special H.Upmann cocktail with Buffalo Trace, Diplomatico Gran Reserva, AZBL Mi Casa, Laphroig rinse and more.
Press Coffee has two great Father’s Day deals for all those coffee-loving dads: special “World’s Greatest Dad” blend of whole beans (it can be mailed, too) plus a frree coffee for dads at its seven locations on Father’s Day.
This Father’s Day, treat dad to a Father’s Day Surf N’ Turf special at Pomelo at the Orchard. Dad can enjoy rib eye, shrimp and mashed potatoes, which will be available from 4 p.m. to close.
Hotel Adeline’s full-service restaurant, Selfmade, dishes up a bone-in rib eye steak served with pork belly baked beans, charred broccolini and your choice of one craft beer in honor of Father’s Day.
On Sunday, June 17, Miracle Mile Deli is inviting all dads in for a pint that will cost just $1 with the purchase of any entrée. (Limit one $1 beer per dad.) Also, from now until Father’s Day, if you buy $100 worth of gift cards, you get to pick an additional gift card out for yourself from Miracle Mile Deli’s mystery jar (gift cards are worth $20 through $100).
Twin Peaks is celebrating Father’s Day with a “Dad Pass.” Dads who dine in at Twin Peaks on Father’s Day will be invited to come back anytime through the rest of June for a buy one, get one handheld burger, sandwich, or tacos free with a purchase of equal or lesser value.
Thirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill will offer half-off all beer flights for dads on Father’s Day, Sunday, June 17.
Uptown Alley is treating dads to either a $10 game card or two games of bowling and shoes with a purchase of an entrée from Red Embers Bar and Grill.
On Sunday, June 17 all dads will get $5 off their meals at the newly opened Las Palmas Cantina. The Chandler restaurant will also donate $5 to POP Prostate On-site Project, an East Valley organization providing free and low-cost prostate screening.
This Father’s Day, Marcellino Ristorante is featuring a variety of specials, including a 16-oz. grilled veal chop and a 16-oz. boneless rib eye. As a special treat, Dad will enjoy a complimentary homemade tiramisu for dessert.
On Saturday, June 16, from 7 to 11 a.m., treat Dad to free all-you-can-eat chunky cinnamon French toast when someone in the family purchases a breakfast entree at Kneaders Bakery and Cafe.
On Father’s Day, Midici, Neapolitan Pizza Company is treating these amazing dads to a free Nutella and berry calzone with any pizza purchase.
Enjoy a Burger and Beer Deal for $15 on Sunday, June 17, at Arcadia Tavern.
Gallo Blanco and Otro Café are opening their doors for Father’s Day diners, and they’re offering up some favorite authentic Mexican tastes and flavors at a fraction of the normal price all day Sunday, June 17. Visit either eatery for breakfast or brunch or stop into either spot during lunch or dinner and enjoy $3 draft brews and Bistec al Carbon, an Otro Café signature dish made with flat iron steak, mushrooms, onions, poblano pepper and other fresh veggies, for just $15 (normally $24).
Two Brothers Tap House & Brewery invites dads and family members to join them on Saturday, June 16 at 7 p.m. for a Caribbean inspired beer dinner. The welcome reception will begin at 6:30 p.m. This unique beer dinner experience will include an island-inspired four-course meal complete with beer pairings and a welcome cocktail to celebrate dads.
Sonata’s Restaurant celebrates Dad with a lavish brunch featuring two carving stations, an egg station; waffle station and more from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Artizen Crafted American Kitchen & Bar at The Camby is offering Dad’s BBQ Platter & Local AZ Beer Flight, an over-the-top dad dish including BBQ Chicken with house sausage, ribs, coleslaw and a side of Artizen corn bread, plus a flight of three Local Four Peaks Beers.
In honor of Father’s Day, Fired Pie will be offering a buy on entrée, get one free for Dad special. Fired Pie is also offering a buy one $25 gift card, and get a $5 bonus card back through June 17. The period to redeem the $5 bonus card will be from June 18 through July 31.
From 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., enjoy the Father’s Day Musical Lunch at Organ Stop Pizza. Dig into an all-you-can-eat pizza buffet with salad and soft drinks.
On Father’s Day fly the coop to PDQ and dig into their offer for a free combo meal with the purchase of any other meal.
Salty Sow celebrates Valley fathers on Sunday, June 17, with a specialty brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. featuring delicious breakfast and lunch items.
Grubstak has cooked up something new for Father’s Day: the DADwich, made with homemade Sloppy Joe seasoned braised beef, waffle fries, hearty bacon bits and drizzle, all packed in a bread bowl and topped with a fried egg. Plus, dads can sip $2 pints.
What better way to honor Dad than with two American favorites at Liberty Station American Tavern and Smokehouse: beer and BBQ! With the purchase of any BBQ entrée from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., dads receive a draft brew for just $1 (limit two).
Genghis Grill Tempe is doing an all-day special on Father’s Day for Dos Equis and Bud Lite beers. (Dos Equis pints are $3, tall glasses are $4. Bud Lite pints are $2, tall glasses are $3.)
Celebrate Dad by treating him to his favorites at The Keg at Desert Ridge Marketplace and Tempe Marketplace from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Father’s Day. Plus, receive a “bounce back” discount as a way of saying thank you.
At California Pizza Kitchen at Desert Ridge Marketplace, treat Dad to a special prix fixe menu, which includes a choice of two small plates, three entrees and one dessert. The delicious offer is available June 15-17, dine-in only.
At TEXAZ Grill, dads can enjoy a one-day-only steak dinner deal called “The Big Daddy” (a 16-oz. hand-cut, choice, aged NY Strip steak smothered in sautéed onions, served with bread, salad, and choice of potato). Plus, all dads receive complimentary strawberry shortcake with purchase of any meal (proof of fatherhood required).
Celebrate Father’s Day at Half Moon Sports Grill on Sunday, June 17 where dads eat free (with the purchase of an entrée, equal or lesser value, dine in only). This special offer is for both Valley locations, which are Game Day Central for any sports fan. The restaurants open at 9 a.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.
DeSoto Central Market will be hosting a Founders Brewing Company Father’s Day brunch, with three tasty options that include a flight of Founders Brewing Co. beers with each order (Kentucky Breakfast Stout, Canadian Breakfast Stout, and the Founders Breakfast Stout). The brunch will be hosted by the limited-time Founders Brewing Co. Pop-up Taproom serving exclusive seasonal brews to the community, and new resident restaurant, Izzy’s Pantry.
The Phoenix Ale Brewery Central Kitchen will celebrate Father’s Day with Hops for Pops. Dads receive $1 Phoenix Ale brews, limit two, with the purchase of an entree.
Camp Social celebrates Dads on Father’s Day with live music by Jake Dean from 1 to 4 p.m., great giveaways, and food and beverage specials all day long. Plus, the first 50 dads through the door will receive a $10 Camp Social gift card to use upon return. A raffle gives fathers the chance to win some great camping awards and prizes.
Octane Raceway is welcoming all dads this Father’s Day with the 9th Annual Man Brunch. Treat Dad to a hearty breakfast and then see who can get the fastest lap in all-electric karts that go up to 45 MPH, or team up to survive the zombie apocalypse in Velocity VR’s gaming arena. Both racing and VR include a gift for dad. Octane will be open until 10 p.m. on Father’s Day.
Firebirds Wood Fired Grill in Gilbert, Peoria and Chandler (the Gilbert location just opened June 5) will have its signature slow-roasted prime rib available all day long.
Take Dad to any Valley Famous Dave’s (Chandler, Peoria, Mesa Riverview or SanTan Village locations) on Father’s Day, and he’ll get a $10 gift card to use for a future visit. (Not valid with any other offer or discount.)
A special brunch menu will be available at Steak 44 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., with the full menu also offered all day, until 9 p.m. Or head to a decadent dinner at Dominick’s Steakhouse at Scottsdale Quarter from 4 to 10 p.m.
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