Biltong Bar’s burger and cocktail special for Father’s Day.
Photo: Alyssa Fagien
Photo: Alyssa Fagien

Father’s Day deals, freebies and specials for Atlanta dads who love to eat and drink

Is Dad tired of getting ties? Try a class or take him to brunch at one of these metro Atlanta spots that have Father’s Day specials. 

Burger and an Old Fashioned at Biltong Bar. The restaurant will offer its BB Burger featuring a smashed double patty,  caramelized onions and smoked bacon as well as its Old Fashioned² cocktail for $25.

675 Ponce de Leon Ave. NE, Atlanta, 678-515-0620 and 306 Buckhead Ave., Atlanta, 678-927-9272.

Bourbon Brunch at The Southern Gentleman. The Southern Gentleman will serve Father’s Day specials to accompany its usual Sunday brunch menu. The restaurant will offer whiskey education, tasting areas and flight specials featuring Beam small-batch bourbons. Reservations are required.

11 a.m., June 16. 3035 Peachtree Road, Atlanta. 404-939-9845,

Brunch in the Park at Park Tavern. Enjoy a buffet in Piedmont Park with dad, kids of all ages and even your dogs. Dads can add a beer and bourbon option for $20.

11 a.m., June 16. $34.95 for adults, $14.95 for children 7-12, free for children under 12. 500 10th St. NE, Atlanta. 


Golf Brunch at Southern Art. Swing and dine at Southern Art and Bourbon Bar’s Father’s Day Golf Brunch. Guests can enjoy a southern-style breakfast buffet and beer and bourbon stations, as well as win prizes at an indoor golf simulator.

11 a.m., $65 per adult and $32 per child. 3315 Peachtree Road, Atlanta. 404-946-9070,

Free tot bowl at Holler & Dash. Dads can get a complimentary Tot Bowl with a $10 minimum purchase. The bowl features tater tots topped with bacon, cheddar, green onion and their signature Hollerback sauce.

1085 Howell Mill Road, Atlanta. 470-865-5660,

Gift card at PURE Taqueria. Dine with Dad at this Mexican restaurant and get a $10 gift certificate to use on a future visit to the same location.

Various locations,

Games at Punch Bowl Social. Get $5 Old Fashioneds all day or visit the build-your-own Bloody Mary bar during brunch. Dads will get the chance to play darts to win a free entree and the restaurant also offers activities like arcade games and bowling.

875 Battery Ave SE Suite 720, Atlanta. 470-443-1443,

Sushi Rolling Class to Angie Mamma’s Kitchen. Learn to make two types of hand-rolled sushi and create an appetizer spread at Angie Mamma’s Kitchen. Class will be followed by an Asian-inspired group dinner.

4 p.m., June 16. $40 for one person, $75 for two. 215 Laredo Drive, Atlanta. 678-404-2030,

Steak & Eggs with Dad at Sweetwater. At Sweetwater Brewing Company, dads can enjoy a New York Strip with one side and a complimentary draft beer in a custom engraved pint glass. Guests can play a five hole putt-putt course and watch a live comedy special by Joe Pettis.

1 p.m., June 16. $30. 195 Ottley Drive NE, Atlanta. 404-691-2537,

Free beer at TWO urban licks. Take dad to brunch or dinner and he can get a complimentary pint of beer with the purchase of an entree.

820 Ralph McGill Blvd NE, Atlanta. 404-522-4622,

German feast at Vin 25. On Father’s Day,  the restaurant will serve bratwurst, knackwurst, and a side of sauerkraut and potato salad. Guests can order $5 craft brews.

25 Plum Tree St., Roswell. 770-628-0411,

Steak and Old Fashioneds at The Sun Dial. Enjoy dinner and a view at The Sun Dial, which will serve two $15 Old Fashioned specials to pair with a $99 W Black Wagyu New York strip and sides.

210 Peachtree Rd NW, Atlanta. 404-589-7506,


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