Posted: June 11, 2018
Dad Deserves the Best this Father’s Day, so #dineCrabtree!
Between learning how to ride a bike and being the first person to call when you have a flat tire, we realize we couldn’t do it without Dad! Let’s be honest, sometimes dads or fatherly figures in your life are the hardest people to buy gifts for, so why not treat them to an excellent meal to show just how thankful you are? Below are 10 ways to spoil your dad on Father’s Day by dining at one of Crabtree Valley Mall's fine restaurants.
Make a reservation for dad that is sure to impress. Seasons 52’s wood-grilled New York Strip served with sauteed vegetables, yukon gold mashed potatoes, and roasted garlic butter is right up dad’s alley. And for dessert? Their Chocolate Peanut Butter Torte with chocolate cake, peanut butter mousse, and peanut tuile will leave his sweet tooth satisfied for a month to come!
As if their delicious hibachi options are not gift enough, this year you can gift dad with a Master Chef class at Kanki! He'll train with a Kanki chef and have fun cooking on one of their teppanyaki grills. Dad can schedule his class during non-rush times between lunch and dinner.
Master Chef class sign up: https://www.kanki.com/master-chef
Is dad feeling a little adventurous this weekend for his special day? How about a little Asian cuisine from P.F Chang’s? Their Rick’s Northern Style Spare Ribs are deliciously slow-braised and wok-seared with a tangy Asian barbecue sauce. A spicier option is their Beef a la Sichuan, which includes flank steak strips, fiery pepper sauce, green onion and julienned veggies. Will Dad go sweet or spicy?
If your dad is more of a breakfast person, then a brunch at the Cheesecake Factory is calling his name. Indulge him with cinnamon roll pancakes or the perfect breakfast combo: two eggs, two slices of bacon and two pancakes. And even if he has a sweet entree, because it’s his day, let him end the meal with a slice of cheesecake as well!
Brio Tuscan Grill:
After enjoying a delicious plate of shrimp and lobster ravioli at Brio, hand dad his Brio gift card to enjoy the next time he comes for lunch or dinner! For Father’s Day, Brio is running this special: for every $100 gift card purchased, you get a $25 bonus card!
Gift Card Info: https://www.brioitalian.com/giftcards.html
McCormick & Schmick’s:
Show dad he’s the man with steak and seafood at McCormick & Schmick’s. Spoil him with their new option of Hawaiian seafood, which is flown overnight from the Honolulu Fish Auction for supreme freshness. If dad is craving a little steak, what about their Center Cut Filet with Twin Lobster Tails? No matter the choice, dad will certainly feel spoiled.
Your love for dad is big, so treat him to a big, juicy steak from Fleming’s Steakhouse. For Father’s Day they will be serving a three-course prix fixe menu featuring their 35 oz Tomahawk steak. Have dad wash it down with a drink as strong as he is with their premium bourbon tasting experience
Red Monkey Tavern:
Excite dad with reservations at Red Monkey Tavern this weekend. He will leave still thinking about the delicious Monkey Nachos made with their house made corn tortilla chips topped with chipotle queso, crispy bacon, pico de gallo and roasted-jalapeno cilantro crema. He will also love their Four Cheese Mac topped with boneless Buffalo popcorn chicken and finished with blue cheese crumbles. There’s something for every dad!
Torii Noodle Bar:
You and dad can slurp on some noodle bowls while bonding on the patio at Torii Noodle Bar! Delight him with a classic bowl of Tonkotsu Ramen or spice it up with a plate of their Spicy Udon Noodles. It will be delicious either way you choose, just don’t forget to finish the meal with Mochi Ice Cream.
Crabtree Ale House:
If Dad’s faves are burgers and wings then he will feel right at home with Crabtree Ale House’s delicious burgers, vast sandwich options and perfectly seasoned and sauced wings. He can also have a cold, North Carolina beer (or two) during his dinner.
Photo credits: Courtesy of each individual restaurant.