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Showtime at the Apollo’s Kiki Sheppard enjoyed the dining options available at a recent City Men Cook evening (Courtesy Image)
As Father’s Day starts, we know there are dads who are committed vegetarians, those who love salads or simply make an effort to eat healthily. They will find plenty to enjoy at several of the Father’s Day events profiled below. But for those who prefer a Texas size steak or buffet, keep the mug this year and take him out to eat.
City Men Cook
Get Ready – Get Ready – Get Ready – The 17th Annual City Men Cook is a Fun-Filled Food Tasting Father’s Day Event is Sunday, June 18 from 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. at Gilley’s of Dallas, at 1135 S. Lamar. You will beat the heat at this all-you-can-eat indoor event where the men of North Texas are cooking their favorite dishes.
The Ranch At Las Colinas Rounds Up Texas-Sized Brunch Just For Dad
This Father’s Day, guests will have the opportunity to fill up on more than 40 Texas favorites. The extensive 12-station buffet offers a cornucopia of made-from-scratch, farm-to-fork selections that demand a Texas-sized appetite. After all, The Ranch only opens for Sunday Brunch three times each year; so you know it’s got to be BIG!
Brunch is 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, June 18, and is priced at $46.95 for adults, $18.95 for kids 9-13 and $10.95 for the young’uns from 5-8. Children four and under eat free.
Find out how much Dad really loves BBQ at Hutchins
Nothing goes together better than all you can eat BBQ and dads. Come to your favorite Hutchins BBQ location on Sunday, June 18 and spend Father’s Day enjoying their all the BBQ for $20.99 each, so bring your dad and your appetite for a delicious Father’s Day meal.
Hutchins BBQ in McKinney is serving from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. at 1301 N. Tennessee St. Or go by the Frisco location between 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 9225 Preston Road.
Sushi and sticky ribs are the stars of the show at Steel Restaurant and Lounge (Courtesy Image)
Sushi or Sticky Ribs for Dad
Steel Restaurant and Lounge’s Executive Chef Tysun Thomas has created a special Father’s Day menu. Six new entrees will be featured and served only during Father’s Day weekend from June 16-18. Remember about half-priced bottles of wine available every Sunday. Call Steel for reservation 214-219-9908, or reserve your spot online at Steelrestaurant.com.
Nick & Sam’s Steakhouse Celebrates Father’s Day with Steak Special
Come on you know Dad wants steak! The popular Uptown Steakhouse will feature a mouthwatering Father’s Day Special. From June 15-18 for $75, guests can indulge in the exclusive Steak Diane – a 24 oz. dry aged bone-in sirloin with summer truffle demi. Reservations: 214-871-7444.
Celebrate El Día Del Padre At Meso Maya
Chef Nico Sanchez has created a three-course feast featuring a culinary journey through interior Mexico. The adventure begins with Chicharrónes, an appetizer made with fried pork skin, followed by the main course of Carne Asada – marinated flank steak, grilled to perfection. The Father’s Day meal will end fittingly with a serving of flan and a shot of tequila – perfect for toasting the man of the hour.
This one-of-a-kind offer is available at all four Meso Maya locations. It is priced at just $30 per person and is only available on Sunday, June 18. For reservations, menus and hours, visit mesomaya.com.