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5 Treats for Father’s Day

By Robin Barr Sussman

Photo courtesy of Pappas Restaurants


When it has to be the very best for Father’s Day, Sunday, June 17, consider these delicious ideas for treating the man of the day.

Brenner’s Steakhouse on the Bayou
Join the Father’s Day Backyard Cookout—complete with live music—at this grass paved urban oasis. Sunday, June 17, the Brenner’s cooks will be flipping Porterhouse steaks from 3PM-8PM. Each plate includes a grilled steak, salad and baked potato ($30 adults, $15 children). One Birdsall St., 713.868.4444

The Dia de los Padres brunch buffet spread means Mexican seafood galore: antojitos from the comal, seafood enchiladas, huevos a la Mexicana, raw oysters, coctels and ceviches, plus Mexican pastries. To drink, eye opening cocktails, fresh squeezed juices, and Mexican coffee ($45/adult). 2200 Post Oak Blvd., 713.622.9996

Cocao & Cardamom
Chocolates aren’t just for Valentine’s Day. Treat Dad to this special Yellow Rose Distilling whiskey and chocolate pairing June 14 at 1PM ($49 per guest). The new line of flavors for dads includes Pecanwood Smoked Maple, Lapsang tea in dark ganache and Peanut Butter Pretzel Crunch. For reservations 281.501.3567, 5000 Westheimer Rd., Ste. 602

Pappas Bros. Steakhouse
This award winning steakhouse wows papa every time with a clubby vibe, house dry-aged beef, and the perfect wine. For the Cabernet fan, splurge on the Dads & Cabs event June 15 at 5:30PM, featuring more than 15 Cabernet Sauvignons from around the world and substantial appetizers ($115). 5839 Westheimer Rd., 713.780.7352, and other location

Rise and shine for brunch fit for a king. Put your name on the list and catch up at the bar over the signature bloody Marys or mimosas. Highlights include the eggs and crispy hash browns; eggs Benedict and French toast brioche with mascarpone cheese and Vermont syrup. Multiple locations