Houston’s Best Spots to Dine with Dad on Father’s Day 2016

This year treat the whole family to a fabulous meal in Dad's honor

Can’t escape to Italy for dad’s big day? No problem, head to Arcodoro for some traditional Sardinian food instead.

Here's a round up of some great eateries that dad and the whole family will love!​

Cadillac Bar
Have some good ‘ol family fun at Cadillac Bar for brunch, lunch, or dinner. With a kids menu and flexible staff, you can’t go wrong eating here. Enjoy a traditional Mexican food with a side of a fiesta!

Pluckers Wing Bar
Do you and your dad share a love of wings, burgers, and sauces so hot you might need a glass of milk? If you want somewhere with a fun, casual atmosphere to dine at on Father’s Day, get yourself to Pluckers. Don’t forget to save some room for dessert, because there’s a variety of fried treats to explore.

If your family is looking for some classy, traditional Sardinian food, Arcodoro is a must. The perfect brunch, lunch, or dinner scene (even late night,) Arcodoro has dishes ranging from carpaccios and risottos, to homemade pastas, pizzas from the wood-burning oven, fish, and even steak.  

Want to cook Sardinian food in your own home? Try these recipes.

One of many Johnny Carrabba restaurants, Grace’s is the happy medium between elegance and comfort. Find yourself eating bananas foster or strawberry pancakes for brunch between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., or Rick’s fajita steak and enchilada for dinner.

Morton’s The Steakhouse
If Dad is excited for a sit down, steak dinner, head to Morton’s, which recently received an award for the Best Steakhouse in Houston from the Houston Business Journal, The Houston Chronicle, and KHITS 107.5 FM.

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Dads love brunch too! Munch on some avocado toast for brunch at Churrascos’ buffet, or delve into the crepes and waffles station. Dad cannot wait to eat here because he just might win one of the Gaucho Grill Kits –– Happy Father’s Day, indeed!

Kenny and Ziggy’s
Always a family favorite, the Jewish delicatessen is home to its famous matzo ball soup and impressively large, towering sandwiches. Reservations are not taken, so be sure the whole family is down to possibly wait for table. You won’t forget to save room for dessert, because as you walk in, you pass the glass case showcasing cheesecakes, the world’s largest chocolate eclair, Boston cream cake, and more!

Goode Company Taqueria
Have some family fun on the outside patio of one of Goode Company’s many restaurants, and don’t forget your pennies to make a wish in the fountain! Enjoy mesquite-grilled fajitas and mesquite-grilled burgers, sides of rice and beans or fresh-cut fries, or stop by early in the morning for their legendary breakfast.

Ouisie’s Table
If dad isn’t in the mood for a huge feast, stop by Ouisie’s Table for its “Little Bites” instead. Grab a small salad or sandwich that’ll satisfy until your next meal. Have no fear, there’s food for the kids, too. More importantly, it’s prepared in a fun and picturesque fashion.

Spaghetti Warehouse
If your family loves spaghetti and saving money, Spaghetti Warehouse is the place to eat at on Father’s Day. The restaurant is extending its “dads eat free” offer once again this year, so Dad can pick from the 15-layer lasagna or any of the original recipe spaghetti dishes — for free.

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