But if the man in your life doesn’t happen to enjoy large crowds while balancing small plates and one ounce pours in his hands, then I still have some unbelievable ideas for you!
Fancy Pants Papi
This Sunday, June 18 put on your Sunday best and head to Culina at the Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at BeverlyHills where newly appointed Executive Chef Mirko Paderno will indulge you with the ultimate Father’s Day Brunch Buffet from 10am-3pm. Expect what you should when you come to the Four Seasons as well as a special “ManCave” station, offering Pulled Pork Sliders, BBQ Pork Ribs, and Peroni on Tap.
Baby Bonus: Children under 4 are FREE!! Otherwise it’s $125 for adults; $63 for kids 5-12
The Wandering Woodsman
Pretend it’s just you, him, and trees with a brunch at The Raymond 1886 in Pasadena on their intimate outdoor patio. Enjoy an omelette station by Executive Chef Tim Guiltinan or go with the already expertly crafted Breakfast Burrito, filled with pork belly, eggs, bell pepper, onion, cheddar cheese and oozing in house enchilada sauce. For something on the sweeter side consider some Griddle Cakes with pecans, bananas, honey butter and maple syrup.
Cocktails anyone? I recommend a classic Ramos Fizz, made with gin, fresh citrus, cream, egg white and orange flower water.
Perfect for Mon Père
Looking for something that’s both cost efficient and delicious? Church & State in Downtown Los Angeles will be offering a Four-Course Prix-Fixe Menu during dinner for $55.00 with an optional wine pairing for $26.00. Prepare to indulge in Chef Tony Esnault’s Magret de Carnard or Maple Leaf duck breast prepared with kohlrabi, radishes, spinach and lemon confit. À la carte offerings like Steak Tartare with Strauss Family Farm grass fed beef, crostini, mesclun salad, and French fries will also be available.
What dad isn’t in it for the fries? 🙂
Just Burgers Bro
If fancy French fries aren’t his jam, then head to HACHÉ LA in Silverlake for the Father’s Day Combo Special. $15.00 buys you the Karma Burger Combo featuring anAngus Sirloin Karma Burger, topped with creamy Karma sauce and American cheese, on a soft, cracked wheat bun along with a side of Chef Michael “Mick” Schepers’s Triple-Cooked Fries and a tall, cool glass of Mama’s Little Yella Pils. They are open from 11:30 AM-11:00 PM so you can make it a Burger Brunch with an egg and bacon, or a last meal and a sobering end to a long day of awesome bonding.