Treat Dad like a king at home with these takeout deals and specials from metro Atlanta restaurants. Most are encouraging pre-orders by June 18 or 19; check with individual restaurants for details.
Brick Store Pub, Decatur. The restaurant is offering heat-at-home Father's Day dinners including strip steak, peach chutney and twice-baked potato with charred green onions and creme fraiche. Beer add-ons are also available.
Castellucci Hospitality Group. The restaurant group is offering a $25 gift card for its restaurants with every takeout order. Specials and deals include:
•Cooks & Soldiers, West Midtown. The restaurant is offering barbecue grilling to go packages with one meat and three sides for $40 or two meats and five sides for $70, plus dessert. Meat options include brisket and St. Louis-style ribs, and sides include cole slaw, potato salad and braised collard greens. Every takeout order comes with a $25 gift card for Castellucci Hospitality Group restaurants.
•Double Zero, Emory Village. The restaurant is offering a Father's Day dinner for $50 that includes L'Arrosto, family-style salad, family-style pasta and a bottle of wine. Every takeout order comes with a $25 gift card for Castellucci Hospitality Group restaurants.
•The Iberian Pig, Buckhead and Decatur. Both locations are offering a $50 tapas party that includes five tapas (broccolini, Iberico mac n cheese, albondiga, empanadas and pork cheek tacos) and a free bottle of wine (red, white or rose). Every order also comes with a $25 gift card for Castellucci Hospitality Group restaurants.
• Sugo, Johns Creek. For every takeout order, Dad will be entered into a giveaway for a Big Green Egg.
City Winery, Ponce City Market. The spot is offering three different takeaway grill packages including the Grill Daddy, which feeds three to four people for $60 and includes hamburgers with buns and toppings, Nathan’s Famous hot dogs, four ears of corn with an elotes kit, coleslaw and chips. Optional side and protein options are available, and City Winery is also offering a special Father’s Day win bottle, “This One’s On Me, Dad.”
CRU Wine Bar, Avalon and The Battery. The restaurant is offering a three-course takeout meal for $26 per person with options including avocado basil toast and steak and eggs. Optional brunch cocktail add-ons are also available.
DBA Barbecue, Virginia-Highland. The restaurant is offering a meal for a family of four for $95 including brisket, ribs and smoked wings, three sides, bread and dessert. DBA is also selling $70 gift boxes which include a $50 gift certificate, a quart of barbecue rub, a quarter of barbecue sauce and a six-pack of local beer.
Dantanna’s, Buckhead. The restaurant is offering three different Butcher Market Meals starting at $49 per person with , including 60-day aged steak and sides including salads and Chocolate Bourbon Pie. Add-ons include a mix and match 6-pack of bottled beer, whiskey, half priced wine to-go as well as cigars.
HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern, Perimeter and Brookhaven. The Perimeter and Brookhaven locations are offering a to-go special of two large salads, three appetizers, three entrées, two desserts and four bottles of beer or one bottle of wine/sparkling wine for $99. The meal feeds four to six people.
Lazy Llama Cantina, Midtown. For $69, get 12 tacos (chicken or pork), queso, chips, salsa, guacamole and four beers. The special feeds six to eight people.
Leon’s Full Service, Decatur. The Decatur restaurant is offering special takeout Father's Day meals with entree including pork chop with bourbon glaze and ribeye steak frites.
Marlow’s Tavern, multiple locations. The restaurant is offering a $79 brunch package with a choice of entree (pork ribs or turkey breast) along with sides including bacon and cheddar quiche and French toast casserole, with optional Champagne or Bloody Mary add-ons. The dinner option for $84 also feeds four and includes a choice of two entrées (salmon, short ribs or chicken) with sides including brie fondue and pretzel bread with additional wine or beer add-ons.
Mission + Market, Buckhead. The restaurant’s takeout menu is $40 per person with a minimum of two people and includes a starter, main options including rib eye steak and crab cakes, sides including roasted vegetables and astrawberry shortcake dessert. Optional wine and beer add-ons are also available.
Murphy’s, Virginia-Highland. The restaurant is offering Father’s Day dinners for four for $100 with chef instructions for preparation at home in the kitchen or on the grill. Choose from a salmon dinner or bistro steak as well as sides including garlic sourdough bread and roasted red potatoes with compound butter. Wine add-ons are optional.
Pig and the Pearl, Atlantic Station. The restaurant’s Meatfest package includes spare ribs, smoked pulled pork brisket and wings plus a bottle of bourbon sauce starting at $80, dad will have a belly full of all his favorites. Add-ons include a 25-count bag of Rappahannock oysters and a shucker.
Proof of the Pudding, West Midtown. The catering company is offering four heat and serve grilling packages including the $135 World Traveler that includes four portions of North Carolina swordfish steak with marinade and butter sauce, shredded Brussels Caesar salad, rice pilaf and Rocky Road Cake. Cocktail kits and other beverage add-ons are also available.
Southern Belle, Poncey-Highland. The restaurant’s $105 takeout special includes two rib-eye steaks with directions for pan-roasting or grilling to finish with sides of potato gratin and creamed spinach. The restaurant also offers a Weekend Cook-Out package of two pounds of smoked chicken wings with sauces that can be reheated on the grill or in the oven, baby back ribs and sides of coleslaw and mac n cheese for $58 for two or $105 for four.
Whiskey Bird, Virginia-Highland. The Virginia-Highland restaurant is offering a $99 Father’s Day barbecue pack for four featuring ribs, sausages, chicken, sides and dessert.
Wild Heaven Brewery, West End. The brewery is partnering with Cantina FINA to offer $25 Happiest Hour Beer & Taco Kits. The kits include four tacos with options including Tinga, Gringo or Barbacoa plus a customized four pack of Wild Heaven’s Happiest Hour brews.
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