6 Restaurants In New York To Celebrate Father’s Day

Father’s Day is right around the corner and if you haven’t decided on any plans yet, don’t worry because we have you covered. Whether your dad loves a steak dinner or craves an adventurous Aussie brunch, here are 6 haute places to take your Father’s Day celebrations to the next level.

Steak and Eggs For Two at PUBLIC Kitchen

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Treat your dad to a Father’s Day brunch outdoors on PUBLIC Kitchen’s stunning outdoor terrace, which is inspired by the Tuileries garden in Paris. Created by renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, PUBLIC Kitchen is a globally influenced seasonal restaurant located in the PUBLIC Hotel situated in the city’s bustling Lower East Side. This year Executive Chef Tom Mckenna is whipping up a special dish in honor of the holiday—steak and eggs for two, which features a wood fire grilled 32oz prime bone-in ribeye, potatoes au gratin, 6 eggs any style and chimichurri sauce. In addition to steak and eggs, enjoy creative twists on classic brunch dishes such as smoked salmon potato latkes and ultra thick cinnamon-spiced brioche French Toast. Don’t forget to order a creative large format brunch cocktail.

Make a reservation via Resy.

Korean Fusion Adventure at Zusik

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This Father’s Day, introduce your dad to a Korean fusion experience at Zusik, the latest addition to the West Village. This popular spot will be offering one free draft beer per dad when you dine in. Father’s will have their pick between Korean and American beer including the traditional Korean option of Hite Pale Lager and a Wave Chase IPA from Montauk Brewery. Dishes on offer include French-inspired seafood stew for the shellfish lover or for the dads who prefer classic meat and potatoes, there are beef short ribs with truffle mashed potato and lemon salt.

Make a reservation via Zusik. 

A Taste of Bombay at GupShup

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Give the taste of Bombay at GupShup a bi-level Indian restaurant inspired by old Bombay and helmed by Chef Gurpreet Singh. For brunch, expect to see shakshuka on the menu, as well as lamb chapli kabab burger and chicken tikka. For sweet options consider the mango yogurt or malpua pan cake with caramelized banana and candied walnuts. The dinner menu is as adventurous with dishes such as Delhi butter chicken, grilled lobster tail and pork spare ribs. Father’s will also receive a complimentary 1947 Premium Lager during brunch and dinner service.

Make a reservation via GupShup.

An Aussie-American Brunch Treat at Gran Tivoli

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For the dad who loves to travel, Gran Tivoli is hosting an Aussie-American brunch to live up your Father’s Day plan. As the first restaurant from Australian restaurateurs, Jason Scott, and Chef Robert Marchetti, Gran Tivoli brings coastal influenced Italian dishes to Broome Street. This Sunday, the menu will feature Aussie favorites such as eggs benedict with American nods including pork sausage, thick cut bacon, and three steak challah sandwich. Share the small antipasto plates of sea bass carpaccio and natural oysters or indulge in large mains of strozzapreti lamb shoulder and mushroom sacchettoni dumplings.

Make a reservation via OpenTable.

Brunch at CUT NYC by Wolfgang Puck

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CUT NYC, is the sixth steakhouse from renowned celebrity Chef Wolfgang Puck and is a great place to spoil dad this Father’s Day with a sizzling steak. Located at the Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown, you will dine in style in the elegant and intimate atmosphere complete with views of lower Manhattan. Start with bay scallops, hand cut tortelloni or chili “dan dan” chicken dumplings before moving on to the main feast of soft style french omelet, grilled jumbo gulf prawns, and a juicy grilled USDA prime cheeseburger. For the dad with a sweet tooth, top off brunch with a yuzu-key lime pie or caramel tart.

Make a reservation via CUT.

Cantonese Cuisine at Hakkasan

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For the dad who isn’t big on avocado toast take him to Hakkasan for a blend of a contemporary and ancient Cantonese cuisine. Dad will love the dim sum lunch which includes items such as crispy duck roll, scallop shumai, and stir-fry udon noodle with duck in XO sauce. If lunch isn’t an option, opt-in for the a la carte menu full of great items including Peking duck, steamed whole lobster, seafood claypot and seared wagyu beef—just to name a few. The Michelin-starred restaurant is the perfect place to spoil dad with a unique experience that he will love.

Make a reservation via Hakkasan. 

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