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Father’s Day Dining 2024

From a sunny cookout with bottomless craft beer to the most decadent cuts of steak, these restaurants are pulling out all the stops to celebrate Pops this Father’s Day in Southern California.

Rancho Bernardo Inn

San Diego

Treat Dad to an epic all-inclusive cookout at Rancho Bernardo Inn. The outdoor BBQ takes place on Aragon Lawn on Sunday, June 16, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., complete with bottomless craft beer and a Whiskeys of the World tasting. After lunch, swing into action and set up a round of golf for Dad at the Inn’s 18-hole championship golf course.
Cost: $135 per adult; $55 per child.
Reservations: www.ranchobernardoinn.com.

Provisional Kitchen & Nason’s Beer Hall 

San Diego

This Father’s Day in Southern California, Pendry San Diego offers two ways to spoil Dad. Choose the sophisticated charm of Provisional Kitchen or the lively atmosphere of Nason’s Beer Hall. Executive Chef Brandon Sloan has curated a delicious special, featuring a 20-oz. bone-In Creekstone, seasoned with roasted garlic, rosemary and black peppercorn. Complement this masterpiece with a Pendry Woodford Barrel Reserve Old Fashioned. This exclusive Father’s Day experience is available at Provisional Kitchen and Nason’s Beer Hall.
Cost: $75.
Reservations: www.pendry.com.

Glass Box

Glass Box

Del Mar

Indulge in a Father’s Day celebration like no other with an all-you-can-eat brunch at Glass Box, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. In addition to bottomless mimosas, it will include a wide range of brunch options, from classic omelets and eggs benedict, to a tenderloin-carving station and a selection of sushi that includes nigiri and rolls.
Cost: $55 per person.
Reservations: www.glassboxsd.com.

Beeside Balcony

Del Mar and La Jolla

All weekend long this Father’s Day in Southern California, Beeside Balcony will feature a 34-oz. Prime tomahawk ribeye served with a trio of sauces. The decadent dish will be offered from June 14 to June 17.
Cost: $150 per person.
Reservations: beesidebalcony.com

Paradisaea 

Paradisaea 

La Jolla

The Michelin-recognized Paradisaea recently launched Sunday Supper, a three-course meal rooted in classic French techniques curated by Executive Chef Jeff Armstrong. On Sunday, June 16, Chef Armstrong debuts his special Sunday Supper prix-fixe dinner to celebrate Father’s Day with housemade honey sausage, a tomahawk steak and mixed grill and seasonal side dishes. The menu is available from 4 p.m. to close.
Cost: $65 per person.
Reservations: OpenTable

Union Kitchen & Tap

Pacific Beach

At Union Kitchen & Tap, choose from a variety of steaks, including the succulent 12-oz. Prime New York strip, tender 7-oz. filet mignon or flavorful 18-oz. Prime bone-in ribeye, all served with maitre’d butter and Union Steak Sauce. Plus, for Father’s Day, Union Kitchen & Tap is offering a special on full- or half-racks of ribs.
Reservations: www.unionkitchenandtap.com.

Little Frenchie 

Little Frenchie 

Coronado

Indulge in a taste of Parisian luxury at Little Frenchie. This Father’s Day in Southern California, celebrate Dad with the decadent Au Poivre burger with premium wagyu patty, melted raclette cheese and a luxurious au poivre sauce, complemented by a classic Kronenbourg beer.
Reservations: littlefrenchiesd.com.

Stake Chophouse & Bar 

Coronado

Elevate Father’s Day at Stake Chophouse & Bar, where Pops will adore a mouthwatering 30-day dry-aged Creekstone Farms Prime tomahawk and a Dadhattan, a handcrafted Manhattan made with Eagle Rare 10 Year.
Reservations: stakechophousesd.com.

Europa Village

Temecula Valley

Europa Village, Temecula Valley Wine Country’s multi-winery destination and resort, hosts a BBQ brunch buffet on June 16 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., in honor of Father’s Day at Bolero Restaurante. Or, get a head start on the holiday with Brews & Bites from 6 to 8:30 p.m. on June 15 at Barcelona Room at Bolero. Guests can enjoy a complimentary drink of their choice, and savor a selection of delicious small bites and live music. 
Reservations: www.europavillage.com.

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