Eat and Drink Father's Day NYC: Where to eat with dad By amNY staff amny.com Updated June 14, 2018 12:14 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Father's Day is Sunday, June 17. It's time to make reservations for a red meat-heavy meal, strong drink and festive day with dad. (Whether he's the chef or the busboy in the family, he'll appreciate not having to spend any time in the kitchen.) Check out our recommendations for the top spots to visit with pop. Clinton Hall Photo Credit: Clinton Hall If there's any time to celebrate the rounded, softer physique men acquire as they settle into middle age, it's Father Day. Clinton Hall is offering a burger and craft beer combo called the "Dad Bod Burger deal" for the day. A classic All-American burger comes with the brewpub's new Gigawatt IPA, and it all costs only $12. (Multiple locations, clintonhallny.com) Dirt Candy Photo Credit: Dirt Candy For Father's Day, Amanda Cohen's vegetable-centric restaurant is serving a special $30 brunch that comes with a pastry of your choice, any item off Dirt Candy's breakfast or lunch menus (such as the smoked beet sandwich with dill pesto and horseradish pictured), coffee or tea and a hard drink. Pastry options include red pepper fritters, tomato biscuits with green tomato jam and carrot cake with carrot jelly. If you're ordering a cocktail, consider two different twists on a traditional Bloody Mary: the Jealous Mary is made with green tomato juice, the Bloody Carrie with grilled carrot juice and mezcal. (86 Allen St., Manhattan, dirtcandynyc.com) Hudson River cruise Photo Credit: Hudson's Climb aboard this cruise ship for an afternoon of unlimited mimosas and an extensive breakfast buffet on the water. You'll have your pick of dishes such as freshly baked muffins, French toast with fresh berries and roasted chicken breast with wild mushrooms. Once you've sated your appetite, head upstairs to the ship's observation deck to enjoy views of the Manhattan skyline and the Statue of Liberty. (Pier 81, Manhattan, hudsonsnyc.com) Tavern62 by David Burke Photo Credit: Tavern62 by David Burke Chef Burke, of cheesecake lollipop and clothesline bacon fame, is grilling up a Father's Day special to serve alongside Tavern62's usual Sunday brunch items. The Big Daddy Steak and Eggs comes with a massive 36-ounce, dry-aged porterhouse and a deviled ostrich egg crowned with shrimp. The $150 feast posing as one dish can serve a whole family, so hopefully Dad will share. Other brunch highlights include crispy chicken and waffles, with corn succotash and hot honey ($21), lobster-ostrich egg scramble ($29) and a blueberry and lemon meringue baked Alaska. (135 E. 62nd St., Manhattan, tavern62.com) Harvey Photo Credit: Harvey Take Dad out for a four-course, prix-fixe "Manly Man" meal at the New American bistro with patio seating this Sunday. For $55 person, start off your feast with Blue Point oysters. First course options include hearty options such as a bagel with smoked salmon and fried egg and French toast. Entrée highlights include a lobster club sandwich and black angus beef burger smothered with onion-bacon jam, smoked fontina cheese and guacamole. Save room for cannoli, carrot cake or an ice cream sandwich. (96 Wythe Ave., Brooklyn, harveywilliamsburg.com) Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse Photo Credit: Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse For dads who love their red meat but hate grilling, there are prime rib and steak specials at Del Frisco's near Rockefeller Center. A 16-ounce prime rib is priced at $50, with a 20-ounce version at $60. Go all out with the Double Eagle Steak, a three-inch thick, 45-day dry-aged double bone in prime ribeye, for $140. This meat candy is all in the addition to the normal menu. (1221 Avenue of the Americas, Manhattan, delfriscos.com) Woodpecker by David Burke Photo Credit: Woodpecker Chef Burke's new NoMad restaurant and bar launches its brunch menu on Father's Day. Diners can order three courses off a $42 pre-fixe menu or whatever they like a la carte. If you're going the pre-fixe route, we recommend the clam bake (pictured) for your main course, which arrives at your table in a paint can. And if you can get Dad up early enough, he could be one of 25 fathers to score a custom-painted can/makeshift beer cooler designed by artist Andrea Acevedo (a.k.a. Butterflymush). (1216 Broadway, Manhattan, woodpeckerbydb.com) Black Tap Photo Credit: Black Tap Give dad a few days off from watching his cholesterol. From Friday, June 15 through Sunday, June 17, Black Tap is serving a double bacon cheeseburger with lettuce, tomato, pickles and special sauce it's calling the "Boss Burger." The whopper of a sandwich comes with your choice of craft beer, a combo that costs $21. (Multiple locations, blacktapnyc.com) Philippe by Philippe Chow Photo Credit: Philippe Chow Take Dad out to this scene-y Chinese restaurant for celebrity sightings (famous diners have included Cardi B, Anna Wintour and Jay-Z), and a taste of its signature milk chocolate pound cake -- plated in edible gold flakes. The restaurant is offering a 24-karat version of its birthday cake for the holiday, but you'll have to place an order in advance (and ask just how much it will cost you when you call, at 212-644-8885). (33 E. 60th St., Manhattan, philippechow.com) Ben & Jack's Steakhouse Photo Credit: Ben & Jack's Steakhouse If dad isn't big on making lots of choices, go the prix-fixe route at this steakhouse near Grand Central. For $69.95 per person, you get three courses, a side and coffee or tea for dinner. Dishes we have our eyes on include the lobster bisque, the filet mignon and the chocolate mousse cake. Ben & Jack's is also sending fathers home with a complimentary cigar. (219 E. 44th St., Manhattan, benandjackssteakhouse.com) Ocean Prime Photo Credit: Ocean Prime A special Father's Day brunch at Ocean Prime features menu items like eggs Benedict with crabcakes (pictured); French toast awash in mixed berries, lemon curd, candied bacon and maple syrup; and blackened salmon salad with an assortment of fruit, candied walnuts and basil poppy seed dressing. To drink, there will be blood orange mimosas and house Bloody Marys topped with jumbo shrimp. Brunch will be served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (123 W. 52nd St., Manhattan, ocean-prime.com) DiWine Restaurant & Wine Bar Photo Credit: DiWine The Astoria neighborhood mainstay will serve brunch and dinner on Father's Day. Brunch options available from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. include smoked sausage frittatas and red quinoa egg bowls. For dinner, starting at 5 p.m., you'll have your pick of everything from personal pizzas to burgers to steamed mussels. As a bonus, dad gets his first beer on the house, with the purchase of any entrée. (41-15 31st Ave., Queens, diwineonline.com) By amNY staff amny.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic The best gifts for the food-loving dadYour dad loves to eat -- feed him! How amNewYork celebrates Father's Day in NYCHappy Father's Day! Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.