Best DFW Restaurants For Father’s Day Dinner

June 17, 2015 7:00 AM

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While moms usually get the royal treatment on their special day, Father’s Day often passes without much fanfare. This Father’s Day, skip the unwanted neck tie and show dear Dad some love by treating him to an awesome meal at one of these local Dallas and Fort Worth establishments.
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CBD Provisions
1530 Main St.
Dallas, TX 75201
(214) 261-4500
www.cbdprovisions.comFoodie fathers will especially appreciate a meal at CBD Provisions, an innovative farm-to-fork brasserie in the trendy Joule hotel. Under the direction of executive chef Richard Blankenship, the kitchen turns out dishes ranging from stout braised cabrito pies to slow cooked Wagyu rib steak. If your dad is the adventurous type, order the pig’s head that’s served with corn tortillas and tomatillo salsa. Or enjoy Father’s Day with a family-style crab boil offered from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for $45 per person.

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Pappas Bros. Steakhouse
10477 Lombardy Lane
Dallas, TX 75220
(214) 366-2000
www.pappasbros.comIf you want to treat Dad to a meal fit for a king, take him to Pappas Bros.—Dallas’ most celebrated bastion of beef. Even after 20 years in business, this restaurant still attracts legions of fans most every night of the week. Here, against a dark, elegant art deco backdrop, dad can indulge in everything from lush cuts of ribeyes, filet mignons and porterhouses to rack of lamb, veal and fresh seafood. And the coveted wine list, boasting 3,500 selections, is equally stellar. Be sure to start with the jumbo lump crab cakes and end with a chocolate turtle pie drenched in dark chocolate and pecans.

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From Across The Pond
8447 Blvd. 26
North Richland Hills, TX 76180
(817) 428-2332
www.fromacrosstheponddfw.comIf you want to take pop out for a proper pint, a hearty Sunday roast— and perhaps, watch a match on TV—  then this family-friendly pub is for you. Not only will you find British ales, lagers and ciders on tap, but also comfort food favorites like fish and chips and shepherds pie. The kitchen also turns out burgers, pizza and pasta, as well as a large selection of gluten-free fare. The best deal in the house can be had all day on Father’s Day, when you can tuck into a traditional British Sunday roast, complete with Yorkshire pudding and house-made desserts for only $3.99.
Allure Restaurant At Chandlers Landing
501 Yacht Club Drive
Rockwall, TX 75032
(972) 771-3600
www.allure-rockwall.comThere’s nothing more enjoyable than spending time at one of the area lakes, especially when it includes a nice meal. Allure Restaurant, nestled along the banks of Lake Ray Hubbard, is offering a special Father’s Day jazz brunch with everything from pancakes, eggs benedict and made-to-order omelets to bone-in-beef, honey glazed ham, sides, salads and desserts. If you can’t make it for brunch, the restaurant will be serving its regular menu for dinner. Reservations are highly recommended.
Campestre Chula Vista
1950 Menefee Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76106
(817) 600-2270
www.facebook.com/campestrechulaVAl fresco dining, tequila cocktails and amazing views are on order at this colorful hilltop hacienda overlooking downtown Fort Worth. Opened in February by the folks behind Revolver Taco, Campestre Chula Vista showcases interior Mexico’s Michoacán-style cooking— which includes dishes like duck tacos, pork with chile de arbol, roasted goat and chicken mole. For Father’s Day, the restaurant will be cranking out its popular brunch buffet with items such as Mercado style carnitas tacos, menudo, nopalitas con huevo, handmade tortillas and more. For dads who want to sleep in Sunday morning, there’s a four-course menu being offered from 3:30 to 9:30 p.m.—featuring soup, appetizers, chicken mole and tres leches cake.Related: Best DFW Places To Buy Father’s Day Gifts
Ilene Jacobs is a freelance writer living in Dallas, Texas. Ilene enjoys writing about a variety of topics, ranging from food, fitness and travel, to kids, pets and senior care. You can find some of her work at Examiner.com.