Don't Forget to Feed Dad on Father's Day

Dad can enjoy free pasta, beer and BBQ at several area restaurants.

Father’s Day is June 17, and it's a good idea to make sure Dad gets a good meal.

Patch has compiled a list of Father’s Day eateries in South County hosting specials for the occasion. Still stumped? Check out our directory for other local restaurants.

Let us know if we’ve missed a place by commenting below.

The Lodge at Grant’s Trail, 4398 Hoffmeister Avenue
The Lodge is having three seatings for Father’s Day meals, and  Dad gets free beer! For $22.95 ($11.95 for children 10-3), there will be BBQ chicken and ribs, hot dogs, hamburgers and macaroni and cheese.

If breakfast suits your fancy, the Lodge offers omelets, waffles, Eggs Benedict, scones, French toast and bread pudding. Dads with a sweet tooth can also sample the chocolate fountain.

Seating times are 10 a.m., noon and 2 p.m.

, 1630 Gravois Road
The theme of the day is “Drinks, Dogs and Dad.” In addition to its regukar menu, Jilly’s is hosting a BBQ on Father’s Day complete with drink specials and free games and snow cones for kids. The restaurant is also giving away Cardinals tickets and other prizes for dads.

, 3735 South Lindbergh
One dad per table gets free pasta when they come to Gianino’s for Father’s Day. Dad can choose any pasta besides the seafood pasta, and it’s on the house. The Italian establishment in Sunset Hills, open 2 to 9:30 p.m., will also have several specials, including prime rib.

, 3939 Union Road
Tucker’s is opening early on Father’s Day so dads can get a head start on eating and fun, family activities. The restaurant opens at 2:30 p.m. and will feature a 16-ounce, bone-in rib-eye for $19.95. 


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