PRLog - April 14, 2013 - CHICAGO -- When it’s time for families in Chicago to celebrate the one day of the year that’s specifically for fathers, brunch is a popular option. This year Father’s Day is on June 17th, and many Chicago eateries are offering specials on brunch in both traditional and novel settings. Concierge Preferred, the local Chicagoland source for recommendations on things to do, see, eat, and more, has compiled a list of some of the best spots for Chicago brunch on Father’s Day 2013 (http://www.conciergepreferred.com/
Choices for Chicago diners run the gamut of affordable to lavish and include foods of all styles and cultures. These are just a few of the specials made just for fathers:
Morton’s Steakhouse, with locations downtown, on the Gold Coast, and in many suburbs will be offering a Steak prix fixe brunch for $69.
Hub 51, the playful Lettuce Entertain You eatery in River North, is offering a breakfast buffet featuring short rib eggs benedict, brioche French toast and more for only $30 per person. Kids 12 and under get in for $15.
Harry Caray’s iconic Italian Steakhouse locations are all offering a Boston vs. Chicago themed Father’s Day special brunch for dad’s that don’t want to miss the Cubs and the Red Sox duke it out.
The Boundary Tavern in Bucktown is offering a special Bison & Beer Father’s Day. That means special pairings of craft brews with dishes like bison chili, bison burgers, and tri-tip.
For those looking for something a little more unique Odyssey Cruises (http://www.conciergepreferred.com/
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