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 and barbecue, plus some spots will give Dad a treat to take home, so you'll earn lots of extra Dad-points.
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Commonwealth will be serving brunch from 10am-2pm both Saturday and Sunday. They are featuring a build-your-own bloody mary ($6) and a mimosa bar ($3). They also have a new brunch menu from chef Donny Farrell including a Pupusa ($12) with breakfast sausage, chihuahua cheese, red sauce, curdito and a farm egg.
The Dawson celebrates Father's Day with specials, including a $12 Pop’s Old Fashioned, and a barbecue plate, with a half rack of ribs, steak bites, corn on the cob, smoked brisket, slaw and fries for $28. Brunch hours are 10:30am-4pm. There willl be live music on the patio from 4-7pm, plus $8 Mai Tais and $25 peel and eat shrimp with sides.
Three-course prix fixe menus will be offered for both brunch and dinner at Fig & Olive. Brunch ($40) is served from 11am-3:45pm with choices like rosemary lamb and truffle mushroom croquettes. Dinner ($52) will be served from 4-11pm. Some of the dinner options include beef tartare and 12 ounce sirloin with chocolate pot de creme for dessert. Wine pairings ($29) can also be added to the dinner menu.
For this Father's Day, Filini has taken the pork chop to the test by coming up with an extra-special version for dad. The 10 ounce pork chop will be stuffed with a gorgonzola dolce and served with apples, kale and brussels sprouts ($34). They will also be serving their brunch buffet.