Father’s Day is the perfect opportunity to celebrate everything that our fathers and father figures have done for us during the crazy past year. Plan a day of boating, golfing, hiking, or fishing bookended by some of these amazing meals and restaurant offerings around Orlando.
Pick up a Father’s Day dinner kit from The Ravenous Pig for a grill & chill day. You will get twin 16oz Prime NY Strips, Zellwood sweet corn in bearnaise butter, whipped buttermilk potatoes, and stonefruit cobbler. Preorder through their website and pick up on Saturday. $95, serves four.
At the Ritz-Carlton at Grande Lakes, you can enjoy an upscale Father’s Day dining experience. Highball & Harvest is serving a southern-inspired feast complete with locally brewed beer. Make reservations for lunch or dinner, and book a room for a staycation. 11a-4p; 5:30p-10p.
Flemings Steakhouse is offering a prime Surf & Turf 3-Course For Father’s Day. Choose from bone-in ribeye or filet mignon with lobster tail or crab-stuffed shrimp. This special deal runs from June 17-20 and is coupled with their full dinner menu. Reserve your table now.
If your dad loves grilling and Bar-B-Que, 4 Rivers has your day covered. Choose between their meat-focused, fixins-focused, or partying packs that all highlight their best BBQ offerings. Order your pack in advance to pick up and prepare at home. 4 Rivers also has the best Father’s Day gifts: sauces, rubs and cookbooks to up dad’s grill game.
Order a Guinness, throw some darts, and put dad’s knowledge to the test at Fiddler’s Green Irish Pub at their Father’s Day Brunch and Trivia. Brunch starts at 11a and trivia is at noon.
Downtown Orlando’s Grand Bohemian Hotel is featuring a Father’s Day brunch at their Boheme restaurant. The menu features American breakfast classics, a raw seafood bar, a carving station, and crepes with every imaginable topping. $74 per adult; $37 per child 6-12.
Hinckley’s Fancy Meats in East End Market has partnered with their neighbor Porch Therapy to create the perfect Father’s Day gift: a small succulent garden, a pound of Hinckley’s Fancy Bacon, and an Illuminated Brew Works Peanute Butter Pony Imperial Stout (high-gravity, 13% ABV) that is brewed with cocoa. $50, order online, limited quantity.
At Aurora in the Celeste hotel in Waterford Lakes, dads get a free beer of their choosing with any entrée. This special runs from 12:00p – 10:00p on Sunday. Reservations strongly suggested.
Visit Tapa Toro on Father’s Day for dinner fit for a matador. Their special three-course menu features beef empanadas, a 40-day dry-aged NY strip steak, and mini churros. Flamenco dancing starts at 7:00p. $56 per person, 4p-10p.
At Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, you can either dine-in with their full brunch and dinner menu on Sunday or pick up some packages to prepare and enjoy at home. With their brunch package (serves 2 | $79.95), you’ll get wild blueberry pancakes, applewood smoked bacon, spinach quiche, and broiled salmon or a 6oz filet. The Ready to Grill package (serves 2 | $149.95) features a choice of two entrees – 16oz ribeye, 8oz filet, 16oz NY strip, or 18oz porkchop– with asparagus and baked potato. The Dinner package (serves 2 | $109.95) has two 8oz filets, a salad, two sides, and chocolate cake. Order up until the 19th for pickup 10a – 7p on the 20th.
Bulla Gastrobar is serving a special Mediterranean Father’s Day brunch and tapas menu. All dads will receive a $20 gift card and box of chocolate clusters. Brunch starts at 10a and dinner begins at 4p.
Take dad to International Drive’s most colorful restaurant, Café Tu Tu Tango. While their food is delicious, the live entertainment and fun drinks will make for an unforgettable day. The restaurant is also offering their Veza Sur Mangolandia brew for $4 all day on Sunday. Brunch is from 10a-3p, and dinner is from 4p-10p.
For more of a boozy Father’s Day, head to Mia’s Italian Kitchen for a bottomless brunch. If dad isn’t a fan of mimosas, the restaurant is offering a special draft brew–Sierra Nevada Little Things Hazy IPA–for $4 all day. Brunch is 11a-3p with dinner starting right after.
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