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Father's Day 2016 Restaurant Roundup

Dad's Day is quickly approaching, and we've taken it upon ourselves again to create a list of DFW brunch/lunch/dinner specials for the occasion.

From casual burgers to Prime Rib, there's a little something for every Dad's appetite.

Read on.

Cantina Laredo: 
Sunday, June 19
Buy one get one free fajitas

Celebration Restaurant: 
Sunday, June 19 from 10:45am-9:30pm: Father's Day specials Grilled Beef Tenderloin, Blacked Salmon, Chicken Cordon Bleu. Or choose from regular dinner menu (I LOVE their chicken fried steak).
OR meals to-go available.

Chef Point Cafe: 
Sunday, June 19th, 11:00am - 9:00pm
Father's Day Special Menu 
Also, check out their famous Bloody Mary featuring fried chicken, sliders, and waffle fries. This is real life.

Coffee House Cafe:
Sunday, June 19
Chicken Fried Tenderloin Steak Father's Day special
Call ahead seating available.

Dallas Arboretum: 
June 18-19
$2 hot dogs, $2 root beers, and $12 Brats N Brews special including choice of bratwurst, side and beer.
On June 19 only, an a la carte brunch menu will be served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Restaurant DeGolyer.

Hoffbrau Steaks: 
Saturday and Sunday, June 18-19
Special Coffee-Rubbed Ribeye 13 oz for $21.75 (includes salad and choice of side)

Pappasito's Cantina
Friday thru Sunday, June 17-19
Pappasito's Father's Day Feast for 2 with lobster tail, brochette-style shrimp, plus beef & chicken fajitas for $46.95.

Princi Italia: 
Sunday, June 19, Brunch 10:30 am - 3:00 pm
$30 -3 course menu

Roy's Restaurant Plano:
Opens Sunday June 19 at 10am.
2 course brunch menu

Table 13: 
Open Sunday, June 19 from 3-9pm
Live Entertainment from 5-8pm
Father's Day specials 45/person, include a 19 oz Prime Bone-in Ribeye; Surf and Turf;and Seafood Platter with lobster tail, scallops, shrimp. Full menu will also be available. Reservations strongly recommended. Call 972-789-9558 or go to to reserve. 

Bonus: Gift Idea!

The fine people at Crown Royal have sent us a Crown Royal Cornerstone Blend for sampling, and we think it makes for a fine Father's Day present. They have several new blends just released. Maybe you can convince Dad to share a glass with you. 

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