Steak, brunch, whiskey and more Father's Day specials at Chicago area restaurants
If your dad is anything like mine, there are a few things he truly enjoys: seafood, beef, beer and sports. If you’re not cooking up a steak for him at home, there are restaurants around town that will do that for you — along with burgers stacked high with luxe ingredients, seafood buffets, brunch, bloody mary bars and pours of Pappy Van Winkle 15 Year. We’ve rounded up a list of deals to celebrate your old man at 21 Chicago and suburban restaurants.
Reservations are recommended, and promotions are for Sunday, unless otherwise noted.
Hub 51 will offer an all-you-can-eat brunch with dishes like brioche French toast, chilaquiles and sushi. $36/adults, $15/children 12 and under. Add the bloody mary and mimosa bar for $8 per drink. 51 W. Hubbard St., 312-828-0051, hub51chicago.com
Osteria Via Stato offers dads the opportunity to eat brunch for free as long as another person is with them — with dishes like omelets, antipasti, French toast, a beef carving station, potatoes, ricotta doughnuts and more. $54.95/adults, $19.95/children 10 and under. 620 N. State St., 312-642-8450, osteriaviastato.
Oyster Bah offers a feast of king crab legs and prime burgers. The burgers are made with an 8-ounce Slagel Farms patty, Roquefort, crispy onions and dijonnaise, and the Alaskan king crab legs are served with drawn butter. There are also bottomless sides like mac and cheese, boardwalk fries and more ($54.95). There will also be a seafood buffet with oysters on the half shell, aloha mussels, and ceviche you can add onto your brunch entree ($34.95). 1962 N. Halsted St., 773-248-3000, oysterbah.com.