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June 15, 2016

Where to eat on Father's Day in Philly

Six places to grab a meal and celebrate dad

On June 19, celebrate dad by treating him to a meal tailored to his tastes. Fan of the raw bar? A whiskey-enthusiast? Do his eyes light up at the mention of "all-you-can-eat?"

Find something perfect for your dad in this roundup of six Philly spots. 

Fine Palate: Father's Day Oyster Brunch

The Center City restaurant Fine Palate specializes in oysters on Sunday morning. Find fried oyster eggs Benedict, coconut French Toast and scrambled eggs with black truffles among the brunch items. Hand-crafted cocktails include The Fried Oyster Bloody Mary. La Colombe coffee will be available for those taking it easy.

11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Fine Palate
231 S. 15th St.
(267) 318-7971

Kensington Quarters: Father’s Day Beef & Ale Dinner 

On June 19 from 5-9 p.m. there will be a prix-fixe dinner at Kensington Quarters. For $25, get all-you-can-eat. The meal will include a carving station with beef sandwiches, grilled hot dogs and sausages with a few picnic-style sides and veggie options. To wash down the food, Yards beers will be available for $4 each.

5-9 p.m. | $25 per person
Kensington Quarters
1310 Frankford Ave.
(267) 314-5086

The Fat Ham: Father's Day Sunday Supper

A Sunday Supper menu with signature dishes will be available for $30 per person at The Fat Ham. An optional whiskey pairing, featuring all local distilleries, can be added on. Dads can drink for $15, while it will be $20 for everyone else. 

Dishes on the menu will include cornbread, asparagus, brisket sliders, baked mac & cheese, collard greens, chicken, smoked pork belly and baked beans. Chef's choice for dessert will be between chocolate peanut butter brownies, sea salt pretzels or Guinness ice cream.

4-9 p.m. | $30 per person
The Fat Ham
3131 Walnut St.
(215) 735-1914

Opa: Father's Day Dinner

Enjoy a prix-fixe dinner for $45 per person. Guests will dine on a three-course menu consisting of mainly Greek dishes, but dessert is a classic. Strawberry shortcake will be served.

5-10 p.m.
1311 Sansom St.
(215) 545-0170

Dilworth Park: All American BBQ

Dilworth Park in front of City Hall is hosting a five-day outdoor barbecue event that ends on Father's Day. There will be a beer garden, lawn games and barbecue-style food like burgers, corn on the cob and smoked brisket. Admission to the all-day party is free, with all food and drinks pay-as-you-go. Live music will also play throughout the day.

All dads visiting the All-American BBQ on Father's Day will be given a discount on a speciality cocktail and will receive a special keepsake cup (while supplies last).

Noon to 6 p.m.
Dilworth Park
1 S. 15th St.

Chima Brazilian Steakhouse: Father's Day Dinner

Chima will be open for dinner on Father's Day, serving all-you-can-eat Brazilian meats. As a gift, dads will receive a complimentary dinner on their next visit. A picture of guests at the table will also be taken and sent by email, as another present for dad.

4-9 p.m.
Chima Brazilian Steakhouse
1901 John F. Kennedy Blvd.

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