Dads receive a complimentary steak entrée at Market Street’s Bistro St. Tropez.

Bistro St. Tropez
Saturday, June 15, 5:30-10:30 pm
For the sixth consecutive year, Bistro St. Tropez will offer all fathers a complimentary steak in honor of Father’s Day. With the purchase of a second entrée, each dad will receive an on-the-house ribeye steak entrée, comprising a 14-ounce fire-grilled black angus ribeye, sautéed green beans, mushrooms, pommes puree, and a bordelaise sauce. All diners can also order off chef Patrice Rames’ a la carte menu. Reservations are recommended by calling the restaurant at 213-569-9269. 2400 Market St.

Granite Hill offers dads a Sip and Savor Scotch Dinner complete with a US Open viewing.

Granite Hill and The Philadelphia Museum of Art
Friday, June 14, 6 pm
In celebration of the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s current exhibit “The Art of Golf,” on-site eatery Granite Hill will host a Sip & Savor Scotch Dinner ($80 per person). Take dad as an early Father’s Day present—after exploring the showcase’s look at the sport’s history, head to the restaurant to view the US Open tournament live as you and dad sip on high-end scotches. For the dinner portion, chef Gerald Drummond dishes up cedar plank-wrapped Scottish salmon, bacon-wrapped dates, and roasted duck Magret, all of which perfectly speak to the smoky flavors of the fine scotches served. Reservations are required and can be made by calling the restaurant at 215-684-7990. 2601 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy.

The country club offers guests a round of competitive golf.

Ramblewood Country Club
Sunday, June 16, 10 am
In honor of Father’s Day and this week’s US Open at nearby Merion Golf Club, Ramblewood Country Club is hosting a Pro/Am Scramble ($55 per person). The celebration includes a round of golf, grilled lunch, cash drink specials, and a US Open viewing party. Each family team will choose one professional golfer in which to combine their scores with before participating in a shotgun-start round of golf. The lowest score wins; prizes will also be awarded for the first place foursome, longest drive, and closest to the pin. Reserve your spot by calling 856-235-2118 x132. 200 Country Club Pkwy., Mount Laurel, NJ

The Broad Street restaurant features special brunch and dinner items for Father’s Day.

Route 6
Sunday, June 16: brunch, 10:30 am-3pm; dinner, 4:30-9:30 pm
Stephen Starr’s New England-influenced eatery offers a Father’s Day brunch ($25 per person) and dinner ($45 per person) specials to celebrate Philadelphia dads. In addition to the regular sea-to-table seasonal menu, brunch guests will enjoy specials like steak and eggs with a 4-ounce filet mignon, two eggs cooked any way, and breakfast potatoes. For dinner, fathers can indulge in a surf and turf special featuring juicy filet mignon, lobster tail, and a watercress salad. 600 N. Broad St., 215-391-4600

Where to Celebrate Dad in Philadelphia

by michelle mass
photography courtesy Bistro St. Tropez (Bistro St. Tropez); Philadelphia Museum of Art (Granite Hill); Warren Grant (ramblewood); Starr Restaurants (Route 6)
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