Steak Out These Sizzling Spots for Dad’s Day

Steak Out These Sizzling Spots for Dad’s Day

Mutiny Wine Room

THIS SUNDAY, JUNE 16, is the official day to honor dads. From fine steakhouses to cool cafes and Tex-Mex, indulge him in what Houston seems to do best — beef — with a side of whatever he pleases!


B&B Butchers & Restaurant

B&B Butchers ribeye

Dine in at Berg Hospitality’s unpretentious steakhouse or order a Grill Package of his favorite things — or, why not both? Packages start at $150, like The Grill Father with steaks, franks and more.

Pappas Bros. Steakhouse

Ribeye at Pappas Bros.

The iconic steakhouse with polished service and handsome environs is always a treat for Father’s Day. Besides the myriad mouthwatering steaks and indulgent salads, new items include charred Spanish octopus carpaccio, lobster deviled eggs, and burrata with English pea and grilled grape salad.

Mutiny Wine Room

Let Mutiny Wine Room do the grilling this Father's Day and select a special bottle for a special guy. Its Father’s Day Steak and Bordeaux pairing is a Painted Hills Farms Ribeye for two ($75). Included is chef Eduardo's Hasselback potato, tomato and charred spring onion salad, burrata mozzarella, and grilled sourdough focaccia.Optional: Two tasting flights of a left bank Bordeaux and a right bank Bordeaux, 4 glasses ($25). Available June 14-16.

Graffiti Raw & Flora

Calling all cool dads! Take the whole gang for a scrumptious brunch — think steak and eggs, and much more — plus, all dads get a refreshing Michelada cocktail (house-made bloody Mary mix, choice of Tejas Clara lager or Negra amber) on the house. Graffiti Raw and sister restaurant Flora will team up with Tejas Beer, the brewery that recently revitalized the Buff Brew Co. space, to offer the gratis treat. The special runs June 15, 11am-3pm, and June 16 all day.

Lulu's

Lulu's ribeye for two (photo by Alex Montoya)

Charming River Oaks neighborhood Italian eatery Lulu’s has rolled out new menu items. Treat him to Tagliata featuring a grilled 42-ounce certified Angus bone-in ribeye with confit potatoes and choice of side served family-style. Other options: Wagyu Burger ($19) with ground Beeman Ranch wagyu and truffle fries, or the 18-ounce bone-in Wagyu ribeye: a cowboy-cut ,bone-in prime akaushi with a choice of side.

Molina's

Fajitas at Molina's

When his preference is Tex-Mex, look to Molina’s for discounted margaritas all day along with its classic menu including fajitas, enchiladas and more. Rather celebrate at home? Order a customizable to-go package featuring beef or chicken fajitas with all the fixings and margs by the gallon.

Perry's Steakhouse

Perry's Sunday Supper

This venerable steakhouse with a convenient newer River Oaks location has a deal for you. Its Rare and Well Done experience is offered this Father's Day with a 22-ounce bone-in caramelized prime rib grilled on pecan wood, served with truffle merlot demiglace and horseradish cream. For guests wanting to dine at home, pre-ordering is available now until June 16.

Four Seasons Houston

This topnotch Downtown hotel is devoting an entire weekend (June 14-16) to dad! Toro Toro presents a special prix-fixe dinner, served family-style for up to four guests ($350). Starting with Smoked Guacamole, the dinner is highlighted by a 32-ounce Tomahawk Steak served with lobster mac and cheese, potato three ways, grilled asparagus, and heirloom carrots. The famous La Bomba dessert wows all, while a bottle of Caymus cabernet provides an impressive toast to Pops.

Bayou & Bottle celebrates from 11am-11pm with burgers, fries and local beer. While there, explore the exclusive Locker Program, with spirit storage available for purchase, allowing him to store his favorite bottles for his next visit.

For some pampering, send him to The Spa for a signature Southern Scrub & Sip treatment.

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