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Father’s Day Dining 2024

Whether it’s Pops, Grandpa, the father to your children or a beloved father figure, celebrating Father’s Day over a wonderful meal gives joy and memories to last a lifetime. From being king of the carnivores for a night to watching baseball with a juicy hot dog in hand, check out these dining experiences for honoring Father’s Day in Nevada.

Lip Smacking Foodie Tours Ultimate Steakhouse Tour

Las Vegas

For the rarest of them all, Dad, the Ultimate Steakhouse Tour fits the bill. Get a crown ready because Dad will be dining like the king of carnivore connoisseurs. During this astonishing evening feast on June 16, enjoy only the finest USDA prime and marbled A5 Japanese Wagyu, complemented with specialty cocktails and extensive wine pairings, at Las Vegas’ most preeminent steakhouses. Learn the fascinating history and anecdotes about Vegas along the way from your expert tour guide.
Cost: $999 per guest.
Reservations: www.lipsmackingfoodietours.com.

Nevada Museum of Art

Reno

A little art and a little brunch makes for the perfect Father’s Day combo. Enjoy Sunday brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Nevada Museum of Art Cafe in Reno. Chef Colin Smith serves up an eclectic array of options focused on fresh local produce. Dad-approved favorites include French toast; California benedict with oven-roasted turkey, poached eggs, sliced avocado, tomato, spinach, hollandaise and chives; and sweet potato hash with roasted poblano peppers, confit onions, cilantro crema and two poached eggs. 
Tickets: www.nevadaart.org.

Summer House 

Summer House 

Las Vegas

Treat the super dad in your life to a refined luxurious Father’s Day dining experience at Summer House at Durango Casino & Resort on Sunday, June 16. Summer House will be open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. with brunch available until 3 p.m. Father’s Day brunch specials include Dungeness crab hash with soft scrambled eggs and herbs; steak and eggs with Westholme wagyu, sunny-side-up eggs, golden hash browns and chimichurri; and cinnamon roll pancakes with cream cheese icing. 
Reservations: www.summerhouserestaurants.com.

Canyon Ranch Resort & Spa

Las Vegas

Pamper Pops with a spa visit and healthy culinary delights at Canyon Ranch Resort & Spa. He’ll feel revitalized with the Gentleman’s Facial, a cleansing, hydrating facial designed for men’s skin, with a beard trim and shave or straight-razor shave with a Canyon Ranch barber. After the spa, head to Canyon Ranch Cafe for bites, including a manchego chopped salad with Persian cucumber, petite heirloom tomato, capers and house-made dijon vinaigrette or a grilled bison burger with aged white cheddar, lettuce and special burger sauce. Wellness additions including chia seeds, turmeric oil, pomegranate seeds and more.
Reservations: www.canyonranch.com.

Greater Nevada Field

Reno 

Celebrate Dad with a day at the ballpark with hot dogs and a good ole’ family-friendly favorite American pastime. The Reno Aces will play the Sacramento River Cats at Greater Nevada Field on Sunday, June 16, starting at 1 p.m. The Father’s Day Celebration will include a special gameday experience and a pre-game catch on the field. The concessions are first class; hot dogs and sausages come from Flocchini in Carson City, and Franco Bakery in Sparks provides the buns. Chocolate Nugget Candy Factory in Mound House fills the sweet shop. 
Cost: Starting at $20.
Tickets: www.milb.com/reno/tickets/fathersday.

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Bazaar Meat by José Andrés

Las Vegas

Bazaar Meat’s burger is back at Bar Centro. Available Father’s Day weekend from Friday, June 14, through Sunday, June 16, the burger features a 50/50 blend of wagyu short rib and brisket cooked in wagyu beef fat and then topped with shredded iceberg, special sauce and pub cheese on a homemade bun. The Father’s Day special in paired with thick-cut fries.
Cost: $34.
Reservations: www.saharalasvegas.com.

Smee’s Alaskan Fish Bar

Reno 

For Captain Jon Smee, fishing has been a family tradition for decades. Now Captain Jon brings the joy of enjoying fresh fish to your family at Smee’s Alaskan Fish Bar in Reno. Dine al fresco on the waterfront patio. Inhale the aroma of the salty sea from freshly shucked oysters, dunk juicy shrimp cocktail in cocktail sauce, and bite the sensational crisp from perfectly battered and fried fish and chips. Cheers to Dad with one of Smee’s frothy pints of beer on tap or freshly made cocktails.
Reservations: www.facebook.com.

Mr. Crab Seafood Boils

Reno and Sparks 

If your family has a claw-some dad, look no further than Mr. Crab Seafood Boils for the ultimate Father’s Day in Nevada. Savor shrimp, mussels, clams, crawfish, snow crab clusters, Dungeness crab clusters and fried oysters paired with organic fresh corn, Cajun sausages and red potatoes. Heat levels range from mild to extra hot. 
Cost: $70 per person (all you can eat).
Reservations: www.mrcrabreno.com.

Paradise Valley Rural Fire Department Father’s Day BBQ

Paradise Valley

Celebrate tradition this Father’s Day in Nevada. Great food and fun for the whole family awaits on Sunday, June 16, from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Paradise Valley Rural Fire Department Father’s Day BBQ. Enjoy a silent auction, horseshoe pitching, raffles and door prizes. The star of the feast–the beef–is prepared and then cooked underground in a pit. Event proceeds benefit the park for maintenance and improvement. 
Cost: $25 per adult; $10 per child, ages 12 and under; free for preschool-aged children.
Tickets: www.facebook.com/paradisevalleyvolunteerfire.

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