Father’s Day Food Roundup

Father’s Day Food Roundup: 5 Places Celebrating Dads this Father’s Day

Wondering where to take Dad on June 18? No worries. This Father’s Day Food Roundup includes restaurants that are sporting unique Father’s Day specials. From steaks to cocktails, each of these specials is designed with Dad in mind.

Dusek’s Board and Beer (1227 W. 18th St.)

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This surf and turf special puts a new spin on an old classic. 10 oz New York Strip Steak paired with Alaskan King Crab and topped with salsa verde hollandaise sauce will make mouths water. And to wash it all down, take advantage of Dusek’s Three Floyd’s beer special, so you can treat Dad without breaking the bank.

Saint Lou’s Assembly (664 W. Lake St.)

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A special edition of the We’re Out Back series just for Dad’s is making its way to Saint Lou’s Assembly. Head out to the patio and enjoy Texas-style BBQ as Saint Lou’s serves up their take on the Southern Meat n’ Three–savory brisket with pasta salad, house pickles and white bread. Give Dad a break from working the grill and enjoy the outdoors and delicious BBQ at Saint Lou’s instead.

Revival Food Hall (125 S. Clark St.)

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Revival Food Hall once again is putting on their Father’s Day Appreciation Cocktail Hour with stationary for card making from Paper Source. This is a great place to stop by if Dad doesn’t live nearby! Have fun crafting something just for him while enjoying drinks with friends.  Stop by Curbside Books & Records on June 9 between 4:30 and 6:30 for card making, and then send your work off to Dad to let him know you’re thinking of him.

Dos Urban Cantina (2829 W. Armitage Ave.)

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Do brunch differently this Father’s Day with a new take on steak and eggs at Dos Urban Cantina. The Logan Square restaurant will serve up grilled carne asada with fried eggs and crispy potatoes on the 18th. Pair this twist on an old tradition with a Bloody Maria and grab a spot on the 40-seat patio.

Primehouse (616 N. Rush St.)

Father's Day Food Roundup

Willing to go over-the-top for Dad this year? Head over to Primehouse for the Art of Aging interactive dining experience. Take a tour of the dry-aging room led by Executive Chef Dino Tsaknis and then enjoy a sit-down dinner featuring the same cuts you saw during the tour. Dinner will be served family style, with 40-Day Dry-Aged Ribeye, 30-Day Dry-Aged Porterhouse, basil whipped potatoes and seasonal vegetables.

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