Thursday, October 29, 2020

Father’s Day Specials at Three Local Restaurants

Some local food and beverage ideas for this Father’s Day, Sunday, June 18.

Stake Chophouse

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A complimentary pour of Michter’s Distillery‘s Small Batch Bourbon at Stake. Because Dad rocks.

Celebrate Father’s Day with dinner at Stake! Treat him to a perfect steak dinner, topped off with a complimentary glass of Michter’s Bourbon. We’ll also be offering whiskey flights, featuring James Pepper 1776 Bourbon, Hibiki 12 Year, and Mitchell & Son Green Spot, all for $20.

Dad rocks, so give him some whiskey on the rocks at Stake!
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Reserve now by calling 619-522-0077 or email reservations@stakechophouse.com.


Leroy’s Kitchen + Lounge

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Celebrate Father’s Day at Leroy’s! We’re offering our famous burger and a craft beer for only $20 all day. Because every dad loves a good deal!

Make your reservation at OpenTable or or call (619) 437-6087. Leroy’s website.


Lil’ Piggy’s Bar-B-Q

Bring Dad to Lil’ Piggy’s for Father’s Day! We’ll be offering our Lil’ Market Combo for just $18. That’s two meats of your choice with two sides and bread.

Come enjoy some BBQ and amazing downtown views!

View our menu online.

Happy Father’s Day!

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