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Father's Day Atlanta Roundup


  • At Chido & Padres, the twin lobster fajitas ($42) add a luxurious twist to classic fajitas on Father’s Day. Another highlight is the wagyu churrasco featuring seared Wagyu beef smothered in chimichurri, served with cilantro rice and charro beans ($36). Dads with a sweet tooth can indulge in the dulce de leche torte ($6). Reservations can be made via OpenTable.

  • Gypsy Kitchen spices up Father’s Day with a variety of specials. Berbere lamb skewers are served with sumac onions and herbed labneh ($16) and are a perfect pairing to the roasted baby heirloom carrots with spiced pistachio dukkah and French curry tahini ($16). The Buckhead eatery raises the bar on its seafood paella with the option of adding lobster for an extra $25. Make reservations via OpenTable.

  • The Big Ketch Saltwater Grill invites guests to dive into a delectable spread where seafood and steak take center stage. Begin the meal with honey garlic Argentinian shrimp ($15) or the beer-battered lobster tail served with honey mustard sauce ($20). For the main course, the steak frites features a 10-ounce prime strip steak grilled and served with garlic butter and fries ($35). Seafood lovers will appreciate the shrimp pasta Alfredo with fettuccine tossed in a creamy, made-from-scratch Alfredo sauce and sautéed shrimp ($25). The meal ends on a sweet note with the brownie sundae, a fudge brownie topped with vanilla gelato and chocolate ganache ($12). Make reservations online.

  • The Southern Gentleman celebrates dad with a prix-fixe brunch menu from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. for $62 per person, followed by their classic dinner menu with a few special features from 5-9 p.m. Brunch highlights include the PiggyBack Bacon old fashioned ($18), a unique twist on a classic cocktail with bacon fat washed Whistle Pig PiggyBack rye and candied bacon. Other delightful choices include crab fritters with caper remoulade and mixed arugula salad; Southern fried chicken and skillet cake with maple syrup and choice of smoked bacon or chicken apple sausage; and prime filet steak and eggs with Yukon potato and red pepper hash, fried eggs and chimichurri. For dessert, the dark chocolate layer cake with whipped cream and cherries jubilee is an indulgent end to the meal. Make reservations via OpenTable.



  • This Father's Day, Verdure Kitchen & Cocktails is celebrating dads with a special whiskey cocktail flight featuring the Smoky Old Fashioned, Baobab Bourbon Smash and Tamarind Manhattan, available all day for $28. Guests can pair these exquisite drinks with delectable brunch and dinner options. For brunch, Verdure steak and eggs tops artisanal country bread with roasted New York strip steak, caramelized onion, and a sunny-side-up egg, served with a medley of potatoes and signature green pili pili sauce. Dinner highlights include the braai South African ribeye, a traditional braai-grilled cowboy steak with oyster mushrooms, heirloom potatoes and alligator pepper sauce. Zanzibar roasted lamb rib chops are nestled atop Yukon potatoes, tomatoes and green asparagus with a rich Zanzibar sauce, and the creamy lobster mac and cheese skillet features gemelli pasta in a Gouda cheese sauce, crowned with a succulent lobster tail. Make reservations online and treat dad to a feast fit for a king at Verdure.



  • Milton’s Cuisine & Cocktails honors dads with a special menu on Sunday, June 16. Priced at $65 for adults and $32.50 for kids (excluding tax and gratuity), highlights include candied pork belly skewers, slow-roasted and candied in smoked chili with pickled red onions. The piquillo pepper crab bisque featuring blue crab and chives with annatto oil is another standout. The Milton Room Benedict is a delightful brunch option with hand-sliced honey-baked ham and fried tomato over a buttermilk biscuit, topped with poached eggs and hollandaise sauce, served with brunch potatoes. For seafood lovers, the blackened salmon with pimento cheese grits, garlic spinach and lemon beurre blanc is a must-try. View the full menu and make reservations online.

  •  Ocean & Acre offers a special menu designed to impress. Guests can begin their culinary journey with the seafood latter featuring six oysters, a half pound of mussels escabeche, a quarter pound peel and eat shrimp and a king crab leg ($46). For the main course, the pan-seared snapper is a standout, served over cilantro rice and topped with mango salsa ($36). Meat lovers will relish the 14-ounce prime ribeye, grilled and topped with Acre butter and accompanied by mashed potatoes and broccolini ($45). The peanut butter cheesecake topped with mascarpone whipped cream ($10) is a perfect finale. Reservations can be made via OpenTable.



  • The Woodall presents a variety of mouthwatering specials to wow dad on Father’s Day. Those craving a juicy steak can opt for the 16-ounce prime ribeye that has been aged in beef tallow fat for 40 days ($45). The Dr. Pepper short rib tortellini is accented with brown butter, bouillon and yoke mousse ($20), and for a sweet treat, all at the table will enjoy the scratch-made cinnamon roll ($16). Make reservations online.

  • Your 3rd Spot is the perfect destination for dads who enjoy a playful and engaging dining experience. This Father's Day, the venue transforms into a family playground, complete with rock-painting stations to craft personal tributes to Dad, a family photo booth, a beer station and tempting beer flight options. Dads can get their game on with more than 85 interactive games including indoor/outdoor options, nostalgic retro games and games that the whole family can play together. Guests also can dive into an enhanced "Taste & Explore" menu designed with families in mind, making it an ideal spot for food, fun and family bonding.



  • Bitzel's Chocolate offers a unique experience for families on Father’s Day. Dad can explore the chocolate wonderland for a true “Willy Wonka”-style experience to watch as various treats—from molded chocolates to fresh, continuously churning gelato—move through the production process. Then he can choose from Bitzel’s array of gelato flavors, bourbon truffles and more.


Multiple Locations

  • Marlow’s Tavern is the perfect destination for a Father’s Day feast for lunch or dinner. Each location offers a unique take on classic American tavern fare with an upscale twist. Guests are encouraged to call or visit for details on specials at their local taverns.


Ray’s Restaurants

  • Ray’s Restaurants, renowned for its juicy steaks, fresh seafood, craft cocktails and award winning wine list, is ready to make Father’s Day special with an array of dining options. Ray’s on the River and Ray’s in the City are offering their dinner menus all day on Sunday, June 16. Ray’s on the River will be open 11 a.m.-9 p.m., and Ray’s in the City will be open noon-9 p.m. Ray’s at Killer Creek will serve a bountiful brunch buffet from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. and its dinner menu from 4-9 p.m. Reservations can be made online.


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