Dining Options for Father's Day in Las Vegas

Father's Day

Fathers don't always get the recognition they deserve. Traditionally, as "the man of the house" much of the responsibility falls upon their shoulders leaving them overworked and under-appreciated. Why not alleviate some of that pressure this Father's Day by treating him to a brunch or dinner where he and the family can relax. Entertain him this June 19th and enjoy some of Las Vegas' finest meals and restaurants.

Aureole at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino is offering a five course prix fixe Father's Day menu where you can indulge in a variety of offerings from both land and sea. The meal begins with a trio of Yellow fin tuna highlighted by a Smoked Loin Napoleon with Blood Orange Segments. The second course returns you back to the land and features a duo of rabbit in Old World preparations; Slow Roasted Rabbit and Leg Confit are served over Handmade Tagliatelle with a Sage Jus. The savory dishes finish with a traditional Surf & Turf of buttery Maine Lobster paired with tender Filet Mignon. Dinner starts at $85 per person and is served from 5:30pm to 10:30pm.

To truly treat the patriarch to something one-of-a-kind try Alize at the Top of the Palms Casino and Resort. Before dining you can feast on the stunning panoramic views of the Las Vegas Strip through their floor-to-ceiling windows. Their beautifully appointed tables let your father know that he deserves the best. Chef and proprietor Andre Rochat utilizes classic French techniques and prepares some of the world's finest ingredients. Starters are highlighted by the Phyllo Wrapped Anjou Pears paired with Roquefort and Spicy Pecans drizzled with Strawberry Vinaigrette. Allow Dad to gratify his culinary desires by taking in the Duo of Colorado Lamb served with White Asparagus, Apricots, Toasted Almonds, and Feta Cheese. Beyond their superlative cuisine, Alize boasts an extensive wine menu with over 7,500 bottles prominently featured in a 2 story wine cellar. Let Wine Director Claudio Vigani and the expert wait staff direct you and pair the wine to your meal.

Simon Restaurant & Lounge at Palms Place Hotel and Spa helps you celebrate Father's Day by offering a special menu for the occasion. Stop by the carving station and treat yourself to Bacon Wrapped Pork Loin or expertly prepared Prime Rib. Pair it with one of many items from the Potato Bar with the focal point being Crispy Potato Skins. The dessert buffet is designed to impress equally with their Strawberry Tuxedo Muffins and Bacon Waffles with Bourbon Maple Syrup. Chef Kerry Simon and the restaurant put on an excellent buffet and always receive praise for their Bloody Mary Bar. Brunch is served from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is $49 for adults and $29 for children.

MOzen Bistro's innovative Asian-inspired menu is designed so that Dad can sample plenty of items. During their special breakfast brunch in Celebration of Father's Day, indulge in free-flowing beer or mimosas while enjoying a variety of savory tray-passed appetizers, as well as your selection of delicious main courses and a mouthwatering dessert buffet. The menu includes Singapore Chili Soft Shell Crab cooked with tomatoes, garlic, and chili. Thai food is represented by cuisine like Yam Neua, grilled beef strip loin tossed with cucumbers, shallots, mint, Thai sweet basil, and finished with a chili-lime vinaigrette. Pricing begins at $62 per person and runs from 12 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Travel off The Strip to Hofbrauhäus Las Vegas for a high-energy establishment that offers a classic Bavarian beer hall atmosphere. Sing along with the host and house band while enjoying a large soft pretzel that pairs perfectly with some of Germany's finest beer. The Hofbräuhaus Wurstplatte is a house specialty that consists of several sausages, made in a traditional fashion, accompanied by a dark beer sauce and tangy onion mustard. The Sauerbraten, marinated pot roast with red cabbage, is also a popular choice. Well suited for kids, the party-like atmosphere and communal tables will make this a memorable family experience.

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