Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 6/9/23


Families are Invited to Treat Dad to Delicious Meals and Fun Activities on June 18

Father’s Day is Sunday, June 18, and Atlanta restaurants are celebrating in style with an array of irresistible specials curated exclusively for this special occasion. From mouthwatering brunches and Champagne to succulent seafood dishes bursting with flavors from the sea, Father’s Day specials will delight even the most discerning palate.


  • Ray’s in the City is the place to be for those celebrating Father’s Day downtown. The restaurant will be open 12-9 p.m., serving its regular dinner menu all day boasting fresh seafood including made-to-order sushi and fresh oysters from the oyster bar. Ray’s will be handing out cigars to all dads and granddads who visit on Father’s Day, and a Ray’s Restaurants gift card is always the perfect fit. Reservations can be made via OpenTable.

Midtown/West Midtown

  • Livingston Restaurant & Bar, in The Georgian Terrace Hotel, is hosting a Big Green Egg cookout on the terrace for Father’s Day where dad is invited to help tend to the Big Green Egg or let the chef prepare the meal tableside. The menu boasts a choice of appetizer (blue cheese wedge salad, shrimp cocktail or burrata salad); a pre-ordered choice of protein (40-ounce Angus porterhouse for $250, 22-ounce bone-in ribeye for $225, 24-ounce tomahawk pork chop for $175 or 14-ounce ahi tuna for $160); family-style sides (grilled asparagus, loaded baked potato and forest mushrooms) and sharable desserts. Prices are per couple (excluding 24% service charge and tax), and children’s meals are available for $15 (hot dog, hamburger, or chicken fingers). The festivities run 3:30-7:30 p.m. and include live entertainment, a cigar gift for dad, four beers and complimentary two-hour self-parking. Make reservations via OpenTable.
  • Father’s Day and International Sushi Day collide on June 18. Chef Leonard Yu invites guests to his intimate Westside sushi restaurant Omakase Table to experience a revered dining experience using the freshest ingredients that he meticulously prepares. Omakase Table is located at located at 788 W. Marietta St. NW; reservations can be made online.
  • Dad can get in the game at Your 3rd Spot on Father’s Day from 12-10:30 p.m. Families can celebrate the man of the day and make memories with a fun gaming experience, world-class food and incredible vibes. Located in The Works on Atlanta’s Upper Westside, Your 3rd Spot is the world’s first and only upscale, tech-infused bowling, arcade, darts, curling and more experience with five-star food and drinks. For Father’s Day, guests will enjoy a high-energy atmosphere, a special Father’s Day playlist, complimentary beer and the 3-fixe menu for groups of five or more guests. Book experiences online.

Sandy Springs

  • Ray’s on the River will be open during its regular hours of 11 a.m.-9 p.m. on Father’s Day, serving its award-winning dinner menu of prime steaks, fresh seafood and fine wines all day. Ray’s will be handing out cigars to all dads and granddads who visit on Father’s Day, and a Ray’s Restaurants gift card is always the perfect gift. Reservations can be made via OpenTable.


  • Cattleshed Wine & Steak Bar invites all dads for brunch on Father’s Day and to celebrate, the eatery is offering $29 bottles of Champagne that come with a carafe of orange juice. Among chef Olivia Hurst’s brunch offerings are crab cake Benedict, fried chicken and biscuits and the wagyu breakfast burger. The Alpharetta eatery accepts reservations online.
  • Milton’s Cuisine & Cocktails’ helps families treat the special dads in their lives to a great meal on Father’s Day. The Crabapple eatery will be open from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. featuring a specially crafted three-course prix fixe menu priced at $55 for adults and $27.50 for children (price does not include tax or gratuity). Milton’s regular menu will not be offered on Father’s Day. Reservations can be made online.
  • Ray’s at Killer Creek will be open regular hours on Father’s Day, serving its award-winning Sunday brunch and dinner menus. Ray’s will be handing out cigars to all dads and granddads who visit on Father’s Day, and a Ray’s Restaurants gift card is always a winning Father’s Day gift. Reservations can be made via OpenTable.

Multiple Locations

  • All HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern locations—Brookhaven, Perimeter, Atlantic Station, and Halcyon in Alpharetta—invite families to celebrate dad and start the day with brunch. Menu highlights include the Million Dollar omelet, apple pie French toast and Low Country shrimp and grits. The Brookhaven and Perimeter locations also will be offering mimosa carafes for $19.95 and for $17.95 at the Halcyon and Atlantic Station locations. Reservations can be made online.

Jim ‘N Nick’s

With items such as their famous loaded mac & cheese, 14-hour smoked brisket and hot cheese biscuits, skip the grill and let Jim ‘N Nick’s keep Dad happy this upcoming holiday!

Sun., June 18, Brunch: 10am-2pm, Dinner: 5-9pm – Father’s Day at Lapeer Steak & Seafood

Guests can elevate their dining experience this Father’s Day with a special prix-fixe brunch menu or Lapeer’s regular dinner menu in the evening. The Father’s Day brunch menu is subject to change and will be $59 per adult and $30 per child (under 12 years old). Reservations can be made here.

Sun., June 18 – Father’s Day Special: The Big Billy-Mac

Hampton + Hudson is known for their weekly creative takes on burgers, deemed the Billy Burger, and for Father’s Day, they’re celebrating in a big way with The Big Billy-Mac and a complimentary Creature Comforts beer for dads. Featuring two four-ounce patties, the burger is stacked between three layers of toasted seeded burger buns and includes Billy sauce, lettuce, American cheese, pickles and diced yellow onion, plus a side of fries.

Sun., June 18, 11am-3pm – Father’s Day Brunch at The Americano

Guests are invited to a special Father’s Day celebration at Atlanta’s Italian Steakhouse, The Americano, helmed by celebrity chef Scott Conant. Guests can enjoy a special welcome Aperol Spritz in Dad’s honor along with live music. The restaurant will serve its Sunday brunch menu, featuring house-made favorites including Steak & Eggs, Wagyu Beef Cheek Hash, Pasta al Pomodoro, a tableside Bloody Mary Cart, and much more. Reservations can be made here

Sun., June 18, noon-4pm – Lazy Betty’s Father’s Day Cookout

Usually open for dinner only, the Candler Park restaurant is throwing a cookout Lazy Betty style. Chef will grill Wagyu hamburgers, hotdogs and tomahawks, and sides will include French fries, onion rings, balsamic grilled asparagus and potato salad. Tickets are $135 for adults and $35 for kids 10 and under.

  • Wagyu Burger with American cheese, brioche, million island dressing & grilled vidalia onion
  • Grilled Wagyu Flank Steak Skewers with chimichurri
  • Patak Haute Dawg with homemade mustard, potato bun & vidalia onion
  • Wagyu Tomahawk with horseradish cream & demi
  • Carving Station with pimento cheese, patak bacon, chives & green tomato relish

Sun., June 18, noon – Fathers Day Jazz Brunch Featuring The “Brooke Alford” Album Release at City WineryGuests are invited to enjoy a brunch buffet at City Winery Atlanta while taking in a jazz performance to celebrate fathers. Brooke Alford’s body of work encompasses a fresh and creative blend of Smooth Jazz, R&B, Hip-Hop, Reggae, Western European Classical, and more. Tickets can be purchased here for $25-35.