Where to take Dad for Father's Day
Father's Day: Sunday, September 5, 2021
Skip the socks, jocks, and god-awful ties, and get Dad what he really wants on September 5—a seat at any one of the amazing Father’s Day feasts below. Keep checking in, as we’ll add more as they cross our radar!
Regatta Hotel | Toowong
Newstead Brewing Co. | Milton
Shout Dad a brew at NBC’s Milton location, with live music, buckets of tinnies for $20, and a BBQ smokehouse special with beef brisket, pulled pork, cheese kransky, cornbread, beer-battered onion rings, apple remoulade and pickles on offer for $49. There’ll be lawn games (for some healthy family competition) and the team will even be taking polaroid snaps of you and the old man – cute! You can book a table here.
One Fish Two Fish | Kangaroo Point
Take Dad out for more than just your regular fish ‘n’ chips at One Fish Two Fish this Father’s Day! Treat him to a smorgasbord of seafood options, with a la carte lunch and dinner and family-friendly options for little tykes (or picky eaters… no judgement).
For the dads who think they’re comedians, we recommend the Quarter Flounder burger with beer battered chips, or Moreton Bay bugs on with house-made tagliatelle for the gourmets. There will also be specials available on the day, so keep your prawns peeled! Let your dad drink like a fish and eat like a king crab by booking here.
Walkabout Creek Cafe | The Gap
Celebrate Dad surrounded by nature at this laid-back spot nestled in the D’Aguilar National Park. Walkabout Creek Cafe is offering a brunch buffet for $42 or $28 for under-12s, with a spread including bacon rashers, scrambled eggs, corn fritters and danishes on offer (bookings available for 8 am-9:30 am and 9:30 am-11 am). If he’s more of a lunch guy, the lunch buffet will feature roast beef with red wine jus, spinach ravioli in Napoli sauce, and a range of salads and sweets, too. Lunch tickets are $55, or $35 for under-12s, and sessions are available for 11:30 am-1:30 pm or 1:30 pm-3:30 pm.
Nota | Paddington
Well, who’s the favourite child now!?
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