This Father's Day has special dishes, cheap pints of beer, and meal deals that are big enough to feed the entire family. So, take a gander at the available options. There's plenty to choose from, too, if you're dad is hoping to get out of the house or perhaps order something delicious to bring home.
Heck, maybe your dad just wants a cold beer on Father's Day. If that's the case, there are several breweries in Tucson ready to take your pop's order.
Keep in mind that we'll be adding to the list each day leading up to dad's big day, so check it occasionally if you haven't found the perfect meal for your parent. Oh, and pay attention to the dates because some of these are happening before Father's Day on Sunday, June 19.
On Sunday (Father’s Day), they'll be having an entire day filled with specials and a raffle. Each and every dad that stops by the restaurant can participate and have the chance to win one of the not-yet-announced prices.
For more information, follow Brother John's Beer, Bourbon & BBQ on Facebook.
Here's one for the jazz-lovin' dads.
Arthur Vint and his band are performing on Friday, June 17 with a special Father’s Day performance of the classic 1965 Horace Silver album "Song For My Father." There's going to be two sets at 7 and 9 p.m.
For more information, follow The Century Room on Facebook.
The downtown restaurant and celebrating the holiday with its "LSLC Menu" (lobster, steak, and lava cake). During the four-day Father's Day weekend, from Thursday, June 16 - Monday, June 20, dads get a choice of an 18-ounce Bone-in Rib Eye or 8-ounce Filet, with Chile Verde Butter and for dessert, the divine Abuela’s Chocolate Lava Cake.
It all costs $75 per person and as an added bonus, kids under 10 years old can eat for free with any purchase. This deal is valid Sunday - Wednesday with the Si Charro! 100 Anniversary Summer Promotion, which is available at all El Charro Café locations, Charro Steak & Del Rey, The Monica, and Barrio Charro throughout the summer until Thursday, September 8.
For more information, visit charrosteak.com.
All weekend, they'll be offering special hand-crafted Brazilian specialty cocktails. It's a great way to cool off with one of their freshly made drinks while enjoying time with your loved ones. Plus, indulge in Brazilian culinary culture and try all of our caipirinhas.
For more information, follow Churrasco de Brasil on Facebook.
The restaurant has a very special menu ready for dads on Sunday — whoever would like to join them, too. Enjoy half-off whiskey specials, including distilleries like Blanton’s, Old Fitz Gerald, Angels Envy Cask Strength, Rock Hill Farms, and EH Taylor.
For more information, follow Contigo Latin Kitchen on Facebook.
Nestled inside Hotel Congress, the cafe will be offering a few dining specials and a limited dessert that oughta make your dad jolly on Sunday.
Father's Day specials:
For more information, visit hotelcongress.com.
Celebrate Dad on Father's Day this Sunday at the resort's The Grill Restaurant. To choose from, there's going to be a Champagne Brunch Buffet or an elegant dinner with a featured Ribeye and Lobster Special. The Brunch Buffet includes prime rib, a seafood and salad bar, egg and waffle stations, Eggs Benedict, traditional breakfast selections, and chef-inspired specialties.
The Brunch Buffet is from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. and is $50 per person. The featured special can be ordered from 5 - 9 p.m. on Father's Day, is $125 per person, and includes a 20-ounce Prime Bone-In Ribeye and 7-ounce Lobster Tail served with Confit Marbled Potato, Jumbo Asparagus, and Baby Bell Pepper.
Reservations are highly suggested. Call (520) 529-3500 to arrange your seating.
For more information, follow Hacienda Del Sol on Facebook.
Take your dad out to a ranch this Father's Day becauwe Medella Valley Ranch is hosting its third Sunday Fair, which will feature a Paint and Sip Class and a barbecue lunch hosted by The Horseshoe Grill.
Tickets to the lunch are $20 per person and tickets to the Paint and Sip Class are $30 per person.
For more information, follow Medella Valley Ranch on Facebook.
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