Father’s day brunch is one of the best ways to show just how much you love your dear old dad. I remember my dad making me gargantuan pancakes for breakfast.
I also remember an iHop trip that involved my dad and my cousin consuming the whole restaurant. Father’s love breakfast food, and we have listed the best brunch spots to take your dad on father’s day no matter where you are in the country.
1. Lincoln Tavern and Restaurant
Located in South Boston, Massachusetts, the Lincoln Tavern and Restaurant is home to far more than just brunch. They have a brunch test kitchen that has an incredible selection.
Whether they’re appetizers like smoked salmon toast or full entrees like jerk chicken nachos, I’m sure you’ll love the variety of options they have.
The test kitchen is a rotating menu that they offer in addition to the lunch menu every Friday.
2. Whitfield East Liberty
Father’s day brunch wouldn’t be complete without a lot of eggs involved. Luckily, Whitfield East Liberty, located in Pittsburgh, has an item on the menu that accomplishes that.
A four omelet egg mixed with caramelized onions, smoked pepper, and mixed greens will have him feeling pretty stuffed.
This particular establishment is located inside the ACE Hotel in downtown Pittsburgh.
3. Arnaud’s Restaurant
If you’re looking to impress your father with some authentic creole cuisine, live jazz, and a fancy dinner, then Arnaud’s restaurant in New Orleans is the ideal spot.
Smack dab in the middle of the French Quarter, this fine dining establishment has been serving great food since 1918.
This four and a half hour brunch session will have you taste four different courses consisting of boiled shrimp, salads with poached eggs, and much, much more.
4. Bobcat Bonnie’s
Not only does it have a cool name, but this brunch spot also takes as much of its cocktails as it does the food.
For only three dollars, you can customize your very own cocktail. The menu itself is mostly comforting food consisting of tater tots, chicken avocado sandwich, and Korean beef bowls.
If you live anywhere Detroit then you want to spend your father’s day brunch at this spot. Even if you absolutely loathe your father, at least you can get drunk to cope with him.
I’m a big fan of wickedly creative restaurant name’s and that’s why Milktooth caught my eye. Located in Indianapolis, this father’s day brunch spot is worth attending if you want to try their ever-changing Dutch baby pancake.
6. Shalom Y’all
The brunch menu for this hidden gem in Portland will wow father’s across the nation. This Israeli street-style food sounds almost way too good to be true.
Za’taar eggs with challah toast. Shwarma spiced fried cauliflower or smoked trout hash will have you drooling at the mouth. If you don’t believe me, then read the google reviews for yourself.
Even if it’s not father’s day, I’ll have to make a trip out to Oregon, just to try this place myself.
This father’s day brunch spot is for the incredibly cool dad who also happens to be vegan and wears leather jackets under white t-shirts.
The chef of this Los Angeles hideaway only serves breakfast and lunch. What caught my eyes the most is the tremendously appealing desserts.
Specifically, the scones and morning bun looks like a reason to succumb to that sweet tooth and have a Sunday cheat day.
Housed in northern Portland, this father’s day brunch spot has a grandma’s kitchen vibe. The reviews say everything is incredibly delicious, but the honey pie is to die for!
9. Wild Eggs
Located down south in Louisville, Kentucky, this brunch spot has plenty of options for your father on his special day. Breakfast burritos, house-made cinnamon rolls, and breakfast nachos.
They even have a Mr. Potato Head styled dish that consists of hashbrown potatoes baked with sour cream, diced onions, spices, and cheddar-jack cheese. It is then topped with breakfast sausage, diced tomatoes, poblano peppers, roasted mushrooms, queso fundido and an egg however you like.
I would like to try the bananas foster which is a waffle topped with banana rum caramel sauce, fresh banana, vanilla bean ice cream, powdered sugar, and cinnamon.
Located in the Halekulani Hotel, this brunch restaurant is the perfect getaway for a father in need of a quick vacation.
The atmosphere in this restaurant is just as beautiful as the state itself. The buffet consists of a Hawaiin/Asian fusion section with everything from lomilomi salmon to sushi.
11. Hell’s Kitchen
You don’t have to be in New York to say you’ve been to Hell’s Kitchen. Located in downtown Minneapolis, this father’s day brunch spot is known for its house-made peanut butter, lemon ricotta pancakes.
The grotesque artwork surrounding the restaurant will appease any fan of horror.
12. Rodeo Cafe
Rodeo Cafe can be found in Mira Loma, California. The country styled food specializes in breakfast and lunch.
They have a wide array of omelets and your choice of a strawberry or plain waffle.
13. The Henry
This father’s day brunch spot is ideal for the dad who enjoyed Leonardo’s take on the Great Gatsby. The timeless, decadent vibe of this restaurant is truly something special as it beckons you inside.
This upscale eatery has a smoked salmon bagel that sounds positively divine!
14. Berry Fresh Cafe
One thing you should know before you arrive at this cafe is you should arrive early. Even though it’s located in Jupiter, Florida, it doesn’t take away from its popularity.
The breakfast choices are more than they appear too, the bananas and blueberries foster french toast is a built with challah bread stuffed with cream cheese, decorated with bananas and blueberries sautéed in butter, brown sugar, cinnamon, and dark rum.
15. Le Diplomate
Listed as one of the best restaurants in D.C. by the Washington Post, Le Diplomate is a must when it comes to father’s day brunch spots.
The French-inspired cooking will wow you as well the atmosphere of the outside seating.