They say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, and whether you’re looking to take out your husband, father, grandfather, uncle, mentor or any other father-figures in your life, we have some great suggestions for you. Check out this list of places where you can get great deals for Father’s Day. (List will be updated periodically so keep checking back daily so you won’t miss anything.)

Steak 48 

4444 Westheimer Rd
Houston, TX 77027

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Father’s Day is just around the corner and Steak 48 is celebrating Dad by opening their posh River Oaks District restaurant on Sunday. Families can now visit the acclaimed steakhouse and savor the bountiful menu that features an array of USDA prime steaks and chops such as the Bone-In Filet Mignon (12 oz/$72 and 18 oz/$84) and NY Strip (12oz/$54 and 16oz/$67) – wet-aged for 28 days, cooked in a 1600-degree broiler, and served on a sizzling plate in clarified butter.

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Additional menu highlights include the fresh seafood tower and shareable sides such as praline sweet potatoes ($14) and Alaskan king crab and rock shrimp mac & cheese ($44). Enhance your meal with a hand-crafted cocktail made from local ingredients or a selection from the restaurant’s award-winning wine list. Steak 48 will be open on Father’s Day from 12 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Reservations are required and can be made here

Arnaldo Richard’s Picos 

3601 Kirby Dr
Houston, TX 77098

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Join Picos in celebrating Father’s Day with the addition of the Antojito Platter to its traditional Sunday brunch offerings. The special platter includes authentic Mexican staples gorditas, salbutes, tlacoyos, picadas and quesadillas.

The ever-popular Sunday brunch will also feature a special chef’s carving station with prime rib, cured & smoked racks of wild boar, and roasted lamb lollipops. Picos’ standout menu also features a raw bar with fresh oysters and ceviche. Traditional brunch options include an omelet station and waffle station, while other standouts include Picos legendary moles and dessert bar.

The Father’s Day Brunch buffet taking place June 19 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. is $54 for adults, $42 for seniors, $30 for children over age eight, and free for children under age eight. Reservations can be made here.  


400 Dallas St.
Houston, TX 77002

Treat Dad to the gift of Chris Consentino’s Rosalie Italian Soul this Father’s Day.

Indulge in two exclusive menu pairings, including the Sausage & Peppers with Fennel Sausage, Creamy Polenta, Stewed Sweet Peppers and Onions with a two-beer Modelo Special for $25. Or try the Meat Lover’s “Pizzoni” with Pepperoni, Sausage, Mortadella, Mama Lil’s Peppers, Smoked Beef Brasato and Arugula Salad with a bottle of Altos Cabernet for $50.  

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Phil & Derek’s Restaurant and Jazz Bar

1701 Webster St.
Houston, TX 77003

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Take dad to Phil & Derek’s Restaurant and Jazz Lounge. Every Sunday, the establishment has “Sip and Smoke,” where dads can enjoy cocktails, cigars and great food either in the bar and lounge areas, or on the patio.

Phil & Derek’s has been serving Houston great music and great food since 2008. Inconspicuously located in bustling Midtown Houston, the restaurant and jazz bar is a laid-back atmosphere where the ambiance is reminiscent of the comfort of your own living room, coupled with the flare and glitz from its nightly cabaret-style entertainment, and on various nights, P&D’s “Speak Easy Comedy Lounge” brings in some of the funniest local and national comedians.

Komedy Lounge

5060 Farm To Market 1960 Road West
Houston TX 77069

Laugh with dad at the Komedy Lounge! On Father’s Day, comedian Rodney Bigham will be live taping his show, which begins at 7 p.m. Tickets cost $25.

Photo credit: The Komedy Lounge

The Komedy Lounge is a new comedy club located on the north side of Houston, featuring some of the best comedians both local and nationally. They have an amazing menu and an outstanding bar, and also feature live jazz on Wednesday nights.

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