Father's Day dining in Chicago

Check out our guide to burgers, beer, barbecue and other ways to treat your dad on Sunday, June 15

If you're not already taking Dad to the 6 Corners BBQ Fest for Father's Day, odds are you need a few ideas for how to celebrate. Restaurants are stepping in to help with specials on brunch, whiskey, barbecue and more Father's Day dining. As a bonus, some spots will give Dad a treat to take home, so you'll look extra good if you choose one of those restaurants.

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Azzurra EnoTavola

Wicker Park Italian spot Azzurra is serving up three specials: a Berkshire pork chop, grilled lamb chop and sliced NY steak.

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Bistronomic

Taste new head chef Jérôme Bacle's special three-course French menu, which includes steak tartare, beef ribeye and lemon curd. The a la carte menu will also be available.

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Gold Coast

The Boundary

Take Dad for special barbecue ribs with jalapeno corn bread ($12.99) or grilled pork chops with an orange maple glaze ($15.99).

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The Bristol

Critics' pick

Chris Pandel is offering a special grill menu for the occasion.

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Bucktown

Ceres’ Table

The recently relocated Italian restaurant will give dad a free craft beer on Father’s Day. Options include Goose Island Matilda, Ale Asylum Bedlam! and Greenbush Anger Black IPA, and they’re ideal for pairing with the wood-fired pizzas.

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Lakeview

Chicago q

If Dad’s a bourbon fan, take him to Chicago q for $5 pours of Angel’s Envy q Bourbon, which the restaurant helped blend to match its barbecue offerings.

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Coppervine

Coppervine celebrates Father's Day with a four-course Brooklyn Brewery beer dinner on June 15 and 17. Sample brewmaster Garrett Oliver’s new beer, Ridgy Didge, along with three other beers. Food includes a bacon panzanella salad, porchetta and a bourbon ice cream float.

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Devon Seafood Grill

Devon’s special brunch includes classics like biscuits and gravy, an omelet station, a chilled seafood table and a premier station, with prime rib, crab legs and lobster mac and cheese. 

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Division Ale House

Division Ale House and Dogfish Head are throwing an all-you-can-eat crawfish party for $22. The crawfish are boiled with seasonings, Andouille sausage, red potatoes and corn on the cob, and are available starting at noon. Beers, which run $6-$8, include Dogfish's 60 Minute IPA, 90 Minute IPA, Festina Peche and Namaste. 

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Dusek's Board and Beer

Critics' pick

Whether you take dad out for brunch or dinner, he can order a giant steak (a $46 24 oz. bone-in rib-eye) and a 32 oz. Weihenstephaner Lager, which is $6 for dads.

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Pilsen

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