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Dads To Enjoy Howlin' Good Time At Lazy Dog Cafes On Father's Day
Father’s Day is just around the corner and if Dad is growing tired of the same ho-hum gifts and you want to beef up the occasion, Lazy Dog Café ensures a doggone good time!
* Beer – Dads can enjoy Lazy Dog’s handcrafted beers brewed by Firestone Walker – 2 pints for $2 – and a free limited edition Lazy Dog Café pint glass while supplies last. The popular pale ale, honey blonde and amber ale varieties will be available.
* Sports – Numerous giant hi-def screens will deliver live Dodgers and Angels action as well as the explosive World Cup Games and dear ole Dad will be able to enjoy it all at once.
* Great Food — No matter what kind of cuisine Dad loves, he will find something to sink his teeth into with Lazy Dog’s eclectic menu of American fare with Italian, Chinese, Mediterranean and South American influences. A favorite among dads is the premium Gold Angus, boneless New York steak. The 14 oz strip comes charbroiled and is served with mashed potatoes, confetti veggies bleu cheese butter and a burgundy wine sauce for $23.95.
* Keep Kids Happy – Lazy Dog Café offers just the right recipe for keeping kids entertained. The Big Dog Menu – a selection of items from the regular menu served in smaller portions – is for those 12 and under with items ranging from $5.25 to $7.95. A Puppy Dog Menu for those 8 and under comes with a beverage and build-your-own dog collar dessert for $4.95.
“Being a dad myself, I think that Lazy Dog Café offers just the right recipe for a perfect Father’s Day,” said Chris Simms, founder of the popular restaurants. “There’
All 7 Lazy Dog Café locations throughout Southern California will offer the special Father’s Day special June 20th.
Lazy Dog Café is open seven days a week and brunch is served Saturdays and Sundays. Lazy Dog Café is one of the first restaurants to offer an Eco-To-Go option as part of its Green Initiative to help reduce waste, save trees, lessen our dependence on petroleum products (plastic utensils are such items) and offer practices designed to protect Mother Earth. For more information and restaurant hours, visit www.lazydogcafe.com.