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Where to Eat on Father's Day

Treat Dad to Something Sweet and Something with Meat.

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Unlike Mother's Day, Father's Day is not filled with champagne and mimosa brunches or frou-frou breakfasts in bed. But that doesn't mean you can't take your dad out for breakfast, lunch, dinner or even cupcakes this Sunday.

Show Dad how much you love him by filling his stomach with delicious food from one of these many Houston restaurants offering Father's Day specials.

Mention the phrase “Burgers for Dad” this Father’s Day and your dad can enjoy a complimentary 1/3-pound burger from The Counter.
Photo courtesy of The Counter
Mention the phrase “Burgers for Dad” this Father’s Day and your dad can enjoy a complimentary 1/3-pound burger from The Counter.
Get ready to be up close and personal with meats and marinades.
Photo by adactio
Get ready to be up close and personal with meats and marinades.

Line & Lariat

220 Main, in Hotel Icon, 832-667-4470

Line & Lariat will offer a three-course menu featuring bacon-wrapped quail, filet mignon, and homemade ice cream and sorbet for $35 per person. Treat your dad to a delicious lunch or dinner from 11 a.m. until the restaurant closes.

La Casa del Caballo

302 Westheimer, 832-623-6467

Take your father to La Casa del Caballo for a complimentary glass of wine and a 12-ounce rib eye steak with an eight-ounce grilled lobster for $55 from noon till 5 p.m. Make your reservations today so you can treat Dad to a delicious surf and turf meal.

The Bird & the Bear and Ouisie's Table

2810 Westheimer, 713-528-2473

2929 San Felipe, 713-528-2264

Treat Dad to a three-course menu for $40 per person at both The Bird & the Bear and Ouisie's Table with choices from oysters Rockefeller and tuna tartar for the first course, Ouisie's chicken-fried steak with mashed potatoes and mustard greens or shrimp and cheese grits for the second course, and a lemon icebox pie for dessert. Each course will be served with an alcoholic drink as well.

Backstreet Cafe

1103 S. Shepherd, 713-521-2239

From 10 a.m. until 3 p.m., treat Dad to a three-course brunch at Backstreet Cafe. For $45 a person, you can enjoy appetizers such as panzanella salad with heirloom tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, arugula and chunks of Parmesan or corn chowder with cornbread croutons and bacon crumbled on top. Your dad will love the grilled rib eye steak with french fries for an entrée or huevos rancheros with grilled hanger steak, cotija cheese, refried beans, fried eggs and salsa served with corn tortillas for a more breakfast-like entrée. Finish the meal with one of Backstreet's desserts, like passion fruit banana cream pie or an orange chocolate mousse with orange marmalade served with a layer of sponge cake.

Goode Company Texas Barbeque

20102 Highway 290 W., 832-678-3562

8911 Katy Fwy., 713-464-1901

Each Goode Company Texas Barbeque location is offering a prime rib meal from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m., while supplies last, of course. Treat Dad to an eight-ounce or 12-ounce prime rib and a loaded baked potato. You definitely can't go wrong with meat and potatoes on Father's Day.

Haven

2502 Algerian Way, 713-581-6101

From 11 a.m. until 3 p.m., Haven will offer a brunch to satisfy any father's sweet or savory cravings. If your dad has a sweet tooth, he'll definitely love the brioche French toast with peach sugar-cane syrup and vanilla bean Greek yogurt or the cinnamon roll with pecans, peaches and a flambé peach sauce. For the savory cravings, your father can choose from a wide selection of eggs, omelets and meats, like the château loin of beef with butternut squash and pecan hash or the eggs Broussard with a tasso ham puff pastry, poached eggs, hollandaise and a stuffed tomato with creamed greens.

Hugo's

1600 Westheimer, 713-524-7744

Join Hugo's for a Father's Day brunch buffet for $39 per adult and $12 per child. The offerings will be filled with authentic Mexican dishes from Hugo's from 10 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.

Mockingbird Bistro Wine Bar

1985 Welch, 713-533-0200

For $55 per adult and $25 per child ages 12 and under, take Dad to dinner to enjoy Maine lobster bisque with a tarragon crème fraiche and brioche croutons or a prime beef tartare served with a quail egg for the first course, followed by a selection of meats, like a petit filet served with crispy jumbo shrimp or a Kurobuta pork chop and a warm potato salad for the main course. Finish the night with the restaurant's dessert trio featuring a double chocolate brownie served with a pecan caramel sauce, a coconut panna cotta and a strawberry cheesecake lollipop.

Ray's Grill

8502 FM 359, 281-533-0099

Take your dad to a brunch buffet at Ray's Grill to feast on a selection of breakfast items like pancakes, biscuits and gravy, breakfast tacos and pastries. Dad can also enjoy lunch items such as carved leg of lamb, macaroni and cheese, and smoked salmon. Choose from a selection of desserts as well to round out the meal with something sweet.

Sorrel Urban Bistro

2202 W. Alabama, 713-677-0391

Enjoy a special Father's Day menu at Sorrel Urban Bistro featuring crab cake Benedict with a spicy hollandaise or a smoked filet mignon and jalapeño cheese omelet for breakfast. Lunch and dinner items like roasted organic Cornish hen or vegetable and goat cheese ravioli may be enjoyed as well throughout the day. Sorrel will also offer a choice of desserts, like caramel cheesecake with a whiskey crème fraiche or brandy-spiked chocolate mousse.

Star Fleet Entertainment Yachts

280 Grove Rd., 281-334-4692

If you want to take Dad on an adventure this Father's Day, reserve a spot on a lunch or dinner yacht cruise over Clear Lake and Galveston Bay. For two and a half hours, treat him to a gourmet buffet featuring grilled chicken breast with a mango beurre blanc sauce or Guinness and red wine braised beef, followed by homemade peach cobbler for dessert. After lunch or dinner, the cruise continues with complimentary champagne, drinks and dancing. The first cruise runs from 1 till 3:30 p.m.; the second from 5 to 7:30 p.m.

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