Giving Dad His Due

By Bruce Felps

Holidays and commemorative occasions tend to favor the female of the species.

Valentine’s Day, all about her. Wedding day, get out of her way. Mother’s Day, make those brunch reservations at least a month in advance.

Dad, though, deserves a little love, too, and June 19 would be a good day to show it.

Highland Park Cafeteria offers up some specials on prime rib and bone-in ham for Father’s Day, along with grand piano entertainment by Desta Hailu, an SMU music student.

Bistro Watel’s serves Father’s Day brunch at the new location from 11 a.m.-2 p.m., June 19 with special pricing on three-course meals, $29, and four-course meals, $34.

Blue Goose Cantina serves dad brunch — carne asada y huevos, eggs Benedict, or machacado con huevos — from 10 a.m.-3 p.m., along with $2 Miller Lite specials because nothing says, “Dad, you’re the best,” like cheap beer.


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