Dallas-Fort Worth restaurants offering Father’s Day specials
Celebrate the dad in your life this Father’s Day with tasty takeout or a socially distanced dine-in meal. From steak dinners and burgers to brunch specials and gift kits, there’s something for just about everyone. This year, the holiday falls on June 21, so make your plans now. Visit dallasnews.com/love-local for additional listings of restaurants that are open for takeout and delivery.
A special menu includes the 20-ounce prime rib, steak Miguel, Chilean sea bass and coconut cream pie. Wine and beer is available to go. The restaurant’s dining rooms are open. Call for reservations. 4217 Oak Lawn Ave.., Dallas, 214-209-2201.
Asian Mint offers its Father s Day Mint Chef at Home kit. The kit includes Thai beef jerky, papaya salad, green basil fried rice, pad woon sen and a six-pack of Asian beer. (Courtesy The PR Collaborative)
The restaurant offers its Father’s Day Mint Chef at Home kit. The kit includes ingredients and recipes for Thai beef jerky, papaya salad, green basil fried rice, pad woon sen and a six-pack of Asian beer. Serves four people. $75. Order by June 20. Four locations in Dallas and Richardson.
Big Al’s Smokehouse BBQ bundles for curbside pickup and delivery within 3 miles of the restaurant.(Lauran Weiner / Big Al’s Smokehouse BBQ)
The barbecue joint offers bundles for the holiday for curbside pickup and delivery within 3 miles of the restaurant. Packs serve eight to 10 people for $80, six people for $70 and four people for $40 and include your choice of meats, sides, dinner rolls and two desserts. 3317 Inwood Road, Dallas. 214-350-2649.
The French bakery offers a freezer-to-oven kouign amann (French butter cake) for $30 and a Father’s Day pastry box with seven assorted pastries for $25. Both will be available in the store and online starting June 15. 3700 McKinney Ave., Dallas. 214-613-3570.
Blue Mesa Grill serves brunch available for dine-in and takeout June 20-21, 2020.(Liz Baron / Blue Mesa Grill)
The Mexican restaurant serves a brunch available for dine-in and takeout June 20-21. The meal includes rainbow chips and salsa, the relleno scrambler, smoked brisket hash, cinnamon French toast casserole, build-your-own tacos, cheese enchiladas, black bean adobe pies, coconut lime rice, grilled vegetables, fresh fruit salad and dessert bites. Brunch for four to go is $65, and dine-in brunch served family style for four is $65, or $18 per individual. Mimosa kits are $20. Dine-in brunch is June 20 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and June 21 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Locations in Addison, Fort Worth and Plano.
Dads can order a lobster tail three-course dinner for $19.90 (dine-in only) that includes a choice of house or Caesar salad, a coldwater lobster tail with two sides and a cheesecake. For takeout and delivery, the seafood restaurant offers a bourbon glazed salmon family bundle ($43.90) that feeds up to five. The bundle includes a choice of salad, family-style sides and cookies. 190 E. Stacy Road, Allen; 1201 E. Southlake Blvd., Southlake.
The chain is offering $5 off any family meal June 19-21. Options include the new chicken and ribs combo that comes with a whole rotisserie chicken, baby back ribs, four sides and four pieces of cornbread. Multiple locations.
The restaurant offers a take-and-bake meal option that features a slow-roasted half pig that feeds six to eight guests for $230. A three-course prix fixe dine-in brunch menu is $27 per person. Order the to-go meal by June 16. 6007 Legacy Drive, Plano.
The pizza chain is offering a Father’s Day e-gift card promotion through June 21. When you buy a $50 gift card for Dad, you’ll receive a $10 bonus card for yourself. Family packages include dinner for two or four. Meal kits include build-your-own pizza for kids and a lettuce wrap kit. Locations open for dine-in. Locations in Frisco, Grapevine and Plano.
The restaurant offers a three-course family-style Father’s Day dinner for takeout, featuring a roasted rack of ribs served with grilled asparagus, mashed potatoes, a cheesecake and a jar of house-made steak sauce. Dinner starts at $135 for two and $245 for four. Wine is also available, as well as a selection of hand-carved uncooked steaks to be prepared at home. Call to order. The dining rooms are also open. 500 Crescent Court, Dallas, 214-303-0500; 7300 Dallas Parkway, Plano, 972-398-2221.
The chain is offering two specialty dishes, available for delivery, carside carryout and in dining rooms, June 18-21. Short rib masala is served over garlic mashed potatoes and topped with wine sauce, and rigatoni al forno features pasta tossed in a rich tomato cream and baked with Romano, mozzarella and goat cheese. Locations in Dallas, Hurst and Plano.
Family bundles start at $24.99 and feature family-size portions of entrees like grilled salmon and house-smoked baby back ribs, side dishes and honey butter croissants. Bottled beer, wine, the Cheddar’s Painkiller cocktail and the Texas margarita are also available to go. The restaurant’s dining rooms are open as well. Multiple locations.
The chain offers a BOGO special for the holiday. Guests can purchase one adult entree for full price and receive another for free. Available for takeout and dine-in. Multiple locations.
Cru Food and Wine Bar offers fresh fig and gorgonzola bruschetta as part of its Father’s Day brunch.(Courtesy Restaurant Works Inc.)
The eatery offers a three-course brunch menu for $26 per person. The menu includes food items like fresh fig and gorgonzola bruschetta, Belgian waffles, a smoked salmon board, crabcake Benedict, chocolate lava cake and tiramisu. A la carte options are also available. The menu is available for dine-in or takeout. June 21 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Locations in Allen, Dallas, Fort Worth and Plano.
Customers can enter the Dickey’s Best Dad Joke Contest by posting their most memorable dad joke on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter with the hashtags #DadJokes and #DickeysBarbecuePit. The grand prize winner will win free barbecue for a year. Multiple locations.
Eatzi’s Market and Bakery is offering a Butterfinger white chocolate cake beginning June 19 for Father’s Day 2020.(Kathy Tran / Eatzi’s Market and Eatery)
The eatery offers the Butterfinger white chocolate cake beginning June 19. This flourless vanilla cake is topped with white chocolate mousse, chocolate glaze and Butterfinger pieces, then finished with white chocolate. A whole cake is $39.99, and slices are $4.49 each. Locations in Dallas, Fort Worth, Grapevine and Plano.
The restaurant offers a four-course family-style dinner for takeout, featuring a choice of rye whiskey-glazed salmon or oven-roasted tenderloin with morel mustard crust served with truffle macaroni and cheese, grilled asparagus and potatoes au gratin and a bananas Foster butter cake. Dinner starts at $125 for two and $195 for four to six servings. The restaurant is also offering a selection of hand-carved uncooked steaks to be prepared at home, as well as wine and Champagne to go. The restaurant’s dining rooms are also open. Call to order. 4023 Oak Lawn Ave., Dallas, 214-890-1500; 3100 W. Seventh St., Fort Worth, 817-336-8000.
The Tex-Mex chain offers family meal packs (prices vary) and house margaritas (frozen or on the rocks) for $7 per person, available for curbside pickup or takeout. The enchilada dinner for four is $25.99, fajitas for four to six are $44.49-$54.99 and tamales by the dozen are $16. The restaurant’s dining rooms are open. Multiple locations.
The bakery offers fresh hamburger buns, spiced aioli, specialty spreads and artisan pickles for a Father’s Day meal at home. 5450 W. Lovers Lane, Dallas.
Fat Straws offers Smile Packs for Father’s Day, June 21, 2020.(Courtesy The PR Collaborative)
The boba tea spot offers Father’s Day Smile Packs ($40) that include 1 gallon of tea or coffee and a dozen Chewy Puffs in flavors including strawberry, blueberry, chocolate, cookies and cream, Fruity Pebbles, passion fruit and matcha. Tea and coffee choices include classic milk tea, Thai milk tea, jasmine milk tea, mango jasmine tea, peach green tea, passion fruit jasmine black tea, cold brew coffee and Vietnamese coffee. Smile Pack Jr. orders are $25 and include a half-gallon of tea or coffee with an assorted half-dozen Chewy Puffs. Order by June 19 for pickup. Multiple locations.
The Brazilian steakhouse offers a Father’s Day coupon special. All dads will receive a dining card for a full complimentary churrasco purchase on their next visit with the purchase of any Fogo experience package or dine-in churrasco meal. Locations in Addison, Dallas and Plano.
Foxtrot Market is offering the Father’s Day Foodie Kit for $30.(Courtesy The PR Collaborative)
The market offers a variety of Father’s Day baskets for delivery. Boxes include wine, chocolate, cookies, spreadables and coffee. 2822 N. McKinney Ave., Dallas, 972-685-6499; 6565 Hillcrest Ave., Dallas, 469-759-6107.
The chain offers taco and fajita family meals available in two sizes: regular (serves four to six) and large (serves six to eight). The taco family meal is $35 for regular size and $50 for large and includes a choice of two meats (shredded chicken, seasoned ground beef, spicy pork or grilled vegetables), a choice of two sides, and all the taco fixings including tortillas, lettuce, tomatoes, shredded cheese, cilantro, feta, garlic sauce and hot sauce. The fajita family meal is $55 for regular size and $70 for large and includes a choice of meat with vegetables (fajita beef, fajita chicken or a combination of both), a choice of two sides, fixings and sopapilla bites and icing. Multiple locations.
When booking a tour for June 21, use the code FATHER2020 and get 25% off a group of of up to four. 817-259-9463.
For Father’s Day this year, Greenville Pizza offers an extra-large, 2-foot meatball sub that feeds three to four people. The sub comes with a double order of fries and a six-pack of Shiner.(Philip Bossart / Greenville Avenue Pizza Company)
The pizza joint offers an extra-large, 2-foot meatball sub that feeds three to four people. The sub comes with a double order of fries and a six-pack of Shiner. $45. Advance ordering encouraged. 1145 Peavy Road, Dallas, 214-324-2726; 1923 Greenville Ave., Dallas, 214-826-5404.
The restaurant offers a Father’s Day feast for $29.95 per person that features prime rib, mashed potatoes, sautéed vegetables, bread, a house or Caesar salad and bread pudding. Available for dine-in or pickup. Bottles of wine are half off. The restaurant’s dining room is also open for reservations. 3011 Gulden Lane, Dallas.
The downtown spot offers a dine-in a la carte Father’s Day brunch June 20-21 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The menu includes breakfast tacos, avocado bacon Benedict, banana pudding French toast and pecan pie pancakes. Cocktails include the UB40 sangria and mimosa carafes. 2616 Olive St., Dallas.
The pub offers smoked pork chops June 20-21 from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and brunch June 20-21 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 8240 Preston Road, Plano.
Jalisco Norte offers migas tacos as part of its Father’s Day brunch offerings this year. (Jalisco Norte)(Courtesy Jackson Spalding)
The restaurant offers brunch for dine-in and curbside pickup with specials like Mexican-style chilaquiles rojos and verdes and migas tacos. Alcohol selections include the Norte Bloody, the Uptown Mimosa and the Meza Michelada, which also can be ordered to go. Prices vary. 3858 Oak Lawn Ave., Dallas.
Jaxon offers 50% off all whiskeys for dads on Father’s Day, June 21, 2020. Pair a whiskey with a dish like the Jaxon burger.(Courtesy The PR Collaborative)
The eatery offers 50% off all whiskeys for dads on Father’s Day. Pair a whiskey with dishes like the Jaxon burger, barbecue plate, and steak and fries. 311 S. Akard St., Dallas.
The shop offers a 15-piece Father’s Day chocolate collection for $40. The pack includes treats stamped with “Best Dad,” including salted caramel bonbons. Other flavors include hazelnut latte, Key lime pie, peanut brittle, truffle honey and more. Items are available online for presale and will be on the shelves June 15 for pickup or delivery. 3011 Gulden Lane, Dallas.
Knife Dallas offers its full menu for takeout and dine-in this Father’s Day, June 21, 2020.(Kevin Marple / Knife Dallas)
The restaurant offers its full menu for takeout and dine-in this Father’s Day. Customers also can purchase meats to cook at home from Knife Butcher. 5300 E. Mockingbird Lane, Dallas. 214-443-9339.
The restaurant offers a surf-and-turf menu for $39 per person through June 21. The menu includes green beans and miso whipped or crispy garlic potatoes. Old Fashioned drinks will be offered for $5 to dine-in guests. Two locations in Dallas an and Plano.
The French patisserie offers a Father’s Day gift set for $64 that includes two sandwiches (pan bagnat, pâté or jambon beurre), a six-pack of Kronenbourg 1664 beer and a six-pack of Baby Trops. Add a charcuterie board for $19. 3015 Gulden Lane, Dallas.
The steakhouse offers to-go steak grilling packages that include four 8-ounce filets ($99) or four 14-ounce New York prime steaks ($119). Both packages include Lawry’s seasoned salt and pepper, 3 ounces sauce Diane and 3 ounces of red wine shallot butter. In-house specials include the house wedge salad, crabcakes and the surf and turf meal featuring an 8-ounce filet and crabcake. 14655 Dallas Parkway, Dallas.
The restaurant offers meal kits with all the ingredients needed to make various meals. The pizza night kit is $35 and includes ingredients to make two 12-inch pizzas, a large Caesar salad and white chocolate chip brownies. The backyard barbecue kit is $60 and includes two flat iron steaks, eight Nathan’s Famous hot dogs and King’s Hawaiian buns, DIY coleslaw, potatoes to make your favorite potato recipe and hot dog toppings. Dads who dine in can get a limited-edition Lazy Dog koozie when they order a beer. Locations in Addison, Allen, Arlington, Euless and Plano.
Some of the Father’s Day food specials available at Legacy Hall in Frisco, on June 3, 2020.(Jason Janik / Special Contributor)
The food hall offers dine-in and takeout drink specials for the holiday. On June 21, dads get happy hour pricing on craft beer from Plano-based Unlawful Assembly Brewing Co. and Old-Fashioneds featuring Rittenhouse Rye. Food options include Brisket Love BBQ’s chopped brisket sandwich and the Italian Job’s spaghetti and Wagyu beef meatballs. The PGA Tour will play on a 24-foot screen all afternoon in the outdoor Box Garden. Father’s Day takeout packages include boozy kits featuring bloody marys ($55, four to six servings), Old-Fashioneds ($45, up to six servings) and Unlawful Assembly growlers ($23). The Texas Two-Step gift box ($22) offers three homemade rubs: barbecue citrus, butcher’s grind and coffee grind, prepared by chef Tim Halls from Dock Local. Order by June 19. Pickup is available June 18-21 from 4 to 8 p.m. 7800 Windrose Ave., Plano. 972-846-4255.
For every hour of bowling booked at any Main Event location June 21, dad can be get a full entree for free. Multiple locations.
Customers can order a cold-prepped Father’s Day Bundle for $99. The bundle is available for carryout June 19-21 and feeds four. The bundle includes sausage and peppers, mini meatballs, Caesar salad, Mom’s Lasagna, fettuccine Alfredo, chicken piccata, roasted garlic broccoli, New York-style cheesecake and Gigi’s butter cake. Guests who order for June 19 or June 20 will also receive a dozen lemon cookies. Two locations in Dallas and Plano.
Meso Maya offers a carne asada dish and its bourbon margarita for brunch this Father’s Day, June 21, 2020. (Meso Maya)(Courtesy Jackson Spalding)
The Mexican restaurant offers Father’s Day brunch options that include Mexican toast, chilaquiles verdes, chorizo migas, and chorizo, egg and cheese tacos. Mimosa kits are $15. On Father’s Day, the first 25 people to order the bourbon margarita will receive a Woodford Reserve kit that includes one Woodford Reserve gift bag, two copper cups, one Father’s Day card and one Woodford Reserve hat. Takeout and dine-in are offered at these locations: 1611 McKinney Ave., Dallas, 214-484-6555; 4123 Abrams Road, Dallas, 469-998-1182; 11909 Preston Road, Dallas, 469-726-4390; 4800 W. Park Blvd., Plano, 972-372-4473.
The restaurant celebrates Father’s Day with a family-style menu, which includes Dos Equis-braised brisket tacos, ($48 for four servings, $72 for six) available to go June 19-21. Customers also can order from a limited a la carte menu, and the brunch menu will be available June 20-21. The margarita of the month is the watermelon-flavored Midday Summer’s Dream. The restaurant’s dining rooms are open. Locations in Flower Mound, Grapevine and Plano.
The restaurant offers specials available for dine-in and takeout throughout Father’s Day weekend in addition to the full brunch menu. The family fajita dinner with a choice of chicken, steak or shrimp is served with beans and rice as well as chips and Miriam’s signature salsa trio ($60-$70). Featured cocktail kits to go include La Paloma Brava with Dulce Vida Grapefruit Tequila, grapefruit and soda (four to six servings, $30). 2015 Woodall Rodgers Freeway, Dallas. 214-855-5275.
The restaurant is serving three-course meal with a choice of salad or shrimp cocktail, a choice of a main dish like a 16-ounce double-cut pork chop or miso marinated sea bass, a side, and a choice of dessert like Key lime pie or double chocolate mousse. Prices vary. 2222 McKinney Ave., Dallas. 214-748-6360.
The family pack with chicken fried steak at Norma’s Cafe in Dallas, on June 3, 2020.(Jason Janik / Special Contributor)
The eatery offers family-style meals that serve up to six people. Brunch is $55.99 and includes all-American scrambled eggs, Tex-Mex scrambled eggs, pancakes, waffles and French toast. Lunch and dinner are $59.99 and include a choice of entrees like meatloaf, pot roast and grilled pork chops, as well as mashed potatoes, green beans, corn, rolls and cornbread. Available for takeout and delivery. Locations in Dallas, Frisco and Plano.
Nosh Bistro, Overeasy and Scout
The three restaurants offer Father’s Day dinner kits that feature carne asada for four and six cans of High Noon for $36 or dry aged steak for four and a bottle of Louis Martini Cabernet Sauvignon for $48. Order by June 18 at 5 p.m. for pick up from June 19 at 3 p.m. through June 20 at 3 p.m. Pickup for all orders will be at the Statler Hotel, 1914 Commerce St., Dallas. Nosh, 469-730-2400, noshbistrodallas.com; Overeasy, 469-320-8998, overeasydallas.com; Scout, 469-320-8994, scoutdallas.com.
The seafood restaurant at the Galleria offers a surf and turf special that includes a 10-ounce center-cut filet paired with a fresh seafood selection of whole steamed lobster, jumbo shrimp scampi or crabcakes for $75. Available for dine in or to go. 13340 Dallas Parkway, Dallas.
The Father’s Day brunch menu includes lobster toast, blackened salmon salad, French toast, crab and eggs and braised short rib surf and turf. Locations are open for dine-in. 2101 Cedar Springs Road, Dallas. 214-965-0440.
Olive Garden classics are available for take-and-bake bundles that include a choice of entree, a jumbo house salad with a bottle of signature Italian dressing, one dozen ready-to-bake breadsticks and a choice of homemade Alfredo or marinara dipping sauce. Beer and wine are also available. The restaurant’s dining rooms are open. Multiple locations.
For Father’s Day this year, One90 Smoked Meats offers a barbecue rib dinner that comes with two racks of freshly smoked baby back pork ribs with cherry barbecue glaze, plus potato salad, macaroni and cheese, pickles, onions and a jar of locally made Strouderosa barbecue sauce.(Rebecca Ramos Photography / One90 Smoked Meats)
The barbecue joint offers a barbecue rib dinner that feeds six people for $69.99. The order comes with two racks of freshly smoked baby back pork ribs with cherry barbecue glaze, plus potato salad, macaroni and cheese, pickles, onions and a jar of locally made Strouderosa jalapeño barbecue sauce. Order by June 19 for curbside pickup June 21 from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. 10240 E. Northwest Highway, Dallas. 214-346-3287.
Perry’s Steakhouse and Grill offers a to-go Father’s Day feast this year.(Courtesy Champion Management)
The steakhouse offers the Perry’s Deluxe Cedar Plank Smorgasbord To-Go for $150. The package features four appetizers such as 2-ounce Wagyu meatballs with Sriracha glaze, four main dishes including a 16-ounce caramelized prime rib, and family-style sides including Brussels sprouts, whipped potatoes and macaroni and cheese. The Sunday Supper Special is $39 and can be ordered for dine-in or to go, and mimosas to go are $25 for six drinks and $45 for 12 drinks. The steakhouse is also offering its 4 for $44 four-course menu for dine-in or to go through June 30. The restaurant’s dining rooms are open. Locations in Dallas, Frisco and Grapevine.
The restaurant is celebrating Central American Father’s Day on June 17 and American Father’s Day on June 21. Customers can receive $5 off $25 or more on online orders, on the Pollo Campero app and in the restaurant using the code 5FORDAD. The offer is available June 17-21. Locations in Dallas, Farmers Branch and Richardson.
Princi Italia offers the Princi Omelette di Mare as part of its Father’s Day brunch menu. (Robert Yu / Courtesy Restaurant Works Inc.)
The eatery offers a three-course brunch for $30 with dishes like fried calamari and rock shrimp, lobster tortellini, steak and eggs, lemon ricotta pancakes, New York cheesecake and chocolate molten lava cake. Customers also can place a la carte orders. The brunch is available June 21 from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. for dine-in. 5959 Royal Lane, Dallas, 214-739-5959; 3300 Dallas Parkway, Plano, 972-378-9463.
Crawfish, served with spicy corn and boiled potatoes, are available by the pound for just under $10. Razzoo’s offers delivery, takeout and dine-in options. Multiple locations.
The barbecue joint offers a Father’s Day special through June 21: Buy one whole smoked brisket ($19.99 per pound), get one whole smoked brisket for free. Briskets are Angus prime briskets, and weight between 10-12 pounds. Eight locations in Fort Worth.
For Father’s Day, Rodeo Goat locations will offer the Dad Bod Burger, a beef patty topped with a fried macaroni and cheese patty, bacon, mayo, arugula and pickles drizzled with queso.(Daniel Villanueva / Rodeo Goat)
Dads can get a free pint of beer by proving they have offspring (bring a child, show a photo of one). The eatery also will offer the $12 Dad Bod Burger — a beef patty topped with a fried macaroni-and-cheese patty, bacon, mayo, arugula and pickles, and drizzled with queso — June 19-21. Curbside pickup and delivery also available. Five locations in North Texas.
Ruth’s Chris Steak House offers dads a surf-and-turf special starting at $59 that includes a choice of ribeye, plus a coldwater lobster tail, salad and a personal side.(Courtesy ICR Inc.)
The steakhouse offers dads a surf-and-turf special starting at $59 that includes a choice of 6-ounce, 8-ounce or 11-ounce rib-eye, plus a coldwater lobster tail, salad and personal side. The offer is available for takeout, delivery and dine-in June 19-21. All dads will also receive a coupon for a future visit ($10 toward a future order with all takeout and delivery orders; $25 toward a future visit for all in-restaurant diners). 813 Main St., Fort Worth. 817-348-0080.
The Italian restaurant serves a three-course dine-in meal for $55 per person. The meal includes a red onion and feta salad, a 28-ounce porterhouse steak with brandied wild mushroom pan gravy with loaded baked potato and broccolini, and a triple chocolate brownie with honey mascarpone. 3011 Gulden Lane, Dallas. 469-320-9707.
A three-course dinner to go includes a rack of dry-rubbed pork loin or a whole side of Sriracha-glazed cedar plank roasted salmon, salad, corn on the cob, choice of an additional side and mini desserts. $130 for family-style or $75 for two people. Seasons 52 will also offer its full takeout menu, and wine is available at select locations. Call to order. Prices vary. 8687 N. Central Expressway, Dallas, 214-361-5252; 7300 Lone Star Drive, Plano, 972-312-8852.
The Father’s Day gift bundle for $34.99 includes six-packs of jalapeño cheese buns, pretzel brioche buns and brioche hot dog buns; a 12-pack of cheddar cheese rolls, one sourdough boule, one jar of homemade barbecue sauce and one cinnamon swirl loaf. 9000 Diplomacy Row, Dallas. 214-226-9331.
The chain offers a family meal pack to go for $45 that includes a choice of four classic burgers; 24 chicken strips; or two classic burgers and 12 chicken strips. Meals come with two large baskets of fries, two slices of cheesecake and a six-pack of domestic beer or two margarita kits. The restaurant’s dining rooms are also open at locations in Addison, Dallas, Highland Village, Richardson and Rockwall.
Tacodeli offers a Fundido family meal pack that includes 1 pound of Fundido taco filling, 12 ounces of black beans, rice, 10 tortillas, tortilla chips, and 8 ounces of your choice of salsa.(Courtesy The PR Collaborative)
The taco chain offers a Fundido family meal pack that includes 1 pound of Fundido taco filling (chicken, sirloin or shrimp), 12 ounces of black beans (whole or refried), rice, 10 tortillas (flour, corn or whole wheat), tortilla chips and 8 ounces of your choice of salsa. Serves four people. $40. Guacamole kits are $13 and include avocados, guac mix, serranos, cilantro, queso fresco and chips. Backyard Kits are $36 and include two HeartBrand Akaushi flat iron steaks, Cowboy dry rub, green onions, serranos, mashed potatoes, avocados and flour tortillas. Four locations in Dallas and Plano.
The barbecue place offers packages that come with a choice of two meats (smoked turkey, sausage, pulled pork and smoked chicken) totaling 3 pounds, a choice of two sides like Slender Slaw and Snap’D green beans, six Southern yeast rolls and barbecue sauce. Serves four. $75. Add a bottle of TX Whiskey for $25. Call 855-783-1050 for pickup at 1050 N. Central Expressway, Richardson.
The barbecue joint offers family packs available for pickup and delivery. Small packs feed five to six people for $99 and include 3 pounds of meat and 5 pints of sides. Large packs feed 10 to 12 people for $198 and include 6 pounds of meat and 5 pints of sides. Margarita kits are $40 and $60. The restaurant’s dining room is open. Terry Black’s meats are also available for delivery nationwide. 3025 Main St., Dallas.
Dads receive a free brunch entree at Thirsty Lion on June 21 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Options include Irish whiskey French toast, the Lions’s breakfast burger and corned beef hash. 1220 Chisholm Trail, Euless; 350 Las Colinas Blvd. W, Irving.
TJ’s Seafood Market serves $5 Old Fashioneds all day for Father’s Day.(Courtesy The PR Collaborative)
The seafood eatery serves $5 Manhattans and Old-Fashioneds all day on Father’s Day. Dads can order TJ’s favorites like Maryland jumbo crabcakes, fish and chips or a hot Connecticut lobster roll. Dine-in only. 4212 Oak Lawn Ave., Dallas, 214-219-3474; 6025 Royal Lane, Dallas, 214-691-2369.
The steakhouse’s owners will donate 5% of proceeds from all dine-in meals purchased June 19-21 to the Storehouse of Collin County, a nonprofit that serves Collin County residents in need. Art of Strategy Consulting will match the donations. Also, 12 Cuts welcomes donations of nonperishable food for the Storehouse and will honor all donations with a complimentary dessert. 18010 Dallas Parkway, Dallas. 469-779-7012.
Twin Peaks is giving out a coupon for future use to dads who dine-in on Father’s Day. Guests who return any day throughout the rest of June with The Dad Pass will receive a buy-one-get-one burger, sandwich or tacos with a purchase of equal or lesser value. Multiple locations.
The restaurant offers a $50 family meal pack for takeout that includes four cheddar burgers, four cookies, four bags of chips and one large house salad. Individual bloody mary kits are $6. The restaurant’s dining rooms are also open. Locations in Allen, Dallas and Plano.
The sports bar offers a takeout special including a $35 appetizer trio that includes 30 boneless wings with a choice of sauce, spinach and artichoke dip, and Cajun “queseaux” with chips. The package comes with your choice of 1 gallon of frozen margaritas or a six-pack of bottled beer. The $10 dine-in bundle includes one buffalo chicken sandwich and a choice of a frozen margarita or a 16-ounce draft domestic beer. 401 E. Interstate 20, Arlington; 3165 Regent Blvd., Irving.
The restaurant offers a full brunch menu for dine-in on Father’s Day with dishes like tenderloin bruschetta, Winewood hash, chicken-fried steak and eggs and the 6-ounce filet and eggs. Curbside brunch features two entrees served with seasonal fruit and skillet potatoes, a bottle of champagne and choice of juice for $30. June 21 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 1265 S. Main St., Grapevine.
ZaLat Pizza offers the Meatza pizza topped with beef pepperoni, sausage, salami and bacon.(Courtesy The PR Collaborative)
The pizza joint offers the Meatza pizza topped with beef pepperoni, sausage, salami and bacon. Take the Reaper Roulette Pizza Challenge, an add-on for any pizza of any size for $2.50. Zalat will add a few drops of hot sauce to one secret slice, and you can play a game of pizza roulette to see who gets the slice. Locations in Dallas, Denton, Fort Worth and Plano.