Father’s Day is on Sunday, June 21 — in two weeks. I know, how did this happen? This Friday, Texas restaurants will be allowed to expand their capacity to 75 percent. And though the dining out option has become increasingly more available, many restaurants are still making it easy to order their dishes to your door.
For Dad’s day, we’ve rounded up Dallas restaurants offering special menus and meals available to be enjoyed in their dining room or yours.
If you plan on spending this Father’s Day at home, Asian Mint has a special At-Home Kit to either cook at home or pick up hot and ready. Each kit ($75) for four people includes Thai Beef Jerky, Papaya Salad, Green Basil Fried Rice, Pad Woon Sen, and a six pack of Asian beer. Pre-order by June 20 here.
For Father’s Day, Knife is taking reservations for a special steak dinner. Start the meal off with a bacon tasting and then choose from various steaks, including dry-aged ribeyes that have been aged for up to 240 days. If you prefer to host Father’s Day in the comforts of home, you can still order from Knife’s full menu for takeout.
Beginning June 19 and through the weekend, Jalisco Norte is offering a Father’s Day brunch for dine-in, takeout, and delivery. Special dishes for the holiday include Mexican Style Chilaquiles and Migas, as well as cocktails for $7 to $8 including the Norte Bloody, Uptown Mimosa, and Meza Michelda.
Celebrate Father’s Day with bacon and whiskey paired flights at Meddlesome Moth. The pairings can be enjoyed for $35 in the Design District restaurant or $50 if picked up curbside (your spirits come in 50 ml bottles). You can also opt for Father’s Day-themed meals-to-go, including The Butcher’s Box ($65) with two Black Angus Rib-eyes, Luscher’s sausage and pretzel buns, twice baked potatoes, and more. There’s also the Grill Master Kit ($65) with four grass-fed chuck patties and hot dogs, brioche buns, potato salad, and chips.
This Father’s Day, treat dad to a special meal at Al Biernat’s North or Oak Lawn (or order takeout). From 11 am to 9 pm on Sunday, guests can order from a special menu combining lunch and dinner favorites from the Dallas restaurant. Choices include prime rib, Steak Miguel, Chilean Sea Bass, Crab Stuffed Lemon Sole, and even Mushroom Enchiladas for the vegan dad. Call either location to make a reservation.
Head to TJ’s this Father’s Day to treat him to an Old Fashioned and Manhattan, both of which are $5 all day long. Pair the cocktails with favorites like jumbo lump crab cakes, fish and chips, or lobster rolls. Top off the occasion with TJ’s famous chocolate Frangelico bread pudding for dessert. Both TJ’s Oak Lawn and Preston Royal locations are taking reservations for dine-in service.
All North Texas locations of Meso Maya will be serving a special brunch menu this Father’s Day. Offerings include Mexican toast, Chilaquiles verdes, chorizo migas, and chorizo, egg, and cheese tacos. Drink specials include a bourbon margarita for $14 (the first 25 to order will receive a special Woodford Reserve Kit) and mimosa kits for $15.
For Father’s Day, Miriam Cocina Latina, located at the edge of Klyde Warren Park, is offering a few special dinners for takeout, dine-in, and delivery. The Family Fajita Dinner ($60 to $70) includes choices of steak, chicken, and shrimp, as well as rice, beans, and chips and salsa. And The Padres Dinner ($32), just for Dad, will include a 8 oz ribeye, mashed potatoes, and asparagus. Add on a cocktail kits to-go like the La Paloma Brava or La Monarca.
For a more casual Father’s Day meal, check out Greenville Avenue Pizza Company’s two-foot long meatball sub, which serves three to four people — or one ambitious dad. The $45 meal also comes with a double order of fries and a six pack of Shiner beer.
In honor of Father’s Day weekend, Rodeo Goat is bringing back its decadent “Dad Bod Burger,” available to order from June 19 to June 21. The all-natural 44 Farms beef patty is topped with a fried macaroni and cheese patty, bacon, Fresno mayo, arugula, pickles, and drizzled with Rodeo Goat’s signature queso.
The $12 burger can be paired with a Procreation Penny Pint — all you have to do is prove that you have offspring (one pint per dad).