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Dining Guide | PhoenixBites 2017 East Valley Fathers Day Dining Guide

Posted on: May 30th, 2017 by Taryn Jeffries No Comments

Gone are the days of gathering around dad to see his response when he opens his new tie…for the 5th year in a row. Today’s dad deserves a respite from the backyard grill. He wants to go out for a great meal and experience and fortunately we did all the work for you. I give to you the PhoenixBites 2017 East Valley Fathers Day Dining Guide! Happy dining!

2017 East Valley Fathers Day Dining Guide2017 East Valley Fathers Day Dining Guide

El Palacio

El Palacio El Badito

Photo Credit | Josh Denny

950 E. Germann Road | Chandler | 85286 | 480.802.5770
June 18th | Beginning at 10:30am
Chef Anthony Serrano is treating dads to half off entrees all day in honor of Fathers Day. Chef Serrano is a hard working and dedicated father and wants to honor all of the dads like himself.
Why Dad Will Love It | Chef Serrano has added some new menu items like his sought after chicharron and salmon tacos, but we think dad will love the challenging and colossal El Bandito Burrito. You really must see this thing to believe it – and you can! Check out the Food Network show Ginormous Food on June 2nd at 5pm to get a glimpse of this bad boy!

Fired Pie

Fathers Day at FIred Pie

Photo Credit | Fired Pie

2855 W. Ray Road | Chandler | 85224 | 480.857.2101
414 W. University Drive | Tempe | 85281 | 480.656.3219
6800 N. 95th Ave. | Glendale | 85305 | 623.872.2222
June 18th | 11am until 8pm
What all American dad doesn’t love pizza? (If there are some out there that don’t, it’s okay, this deal will still work for them!) Fired Pie will be running a buy one entrée get one free, just for dads. (This deal won’t work for third party deliveries like Uber Eats and the like or call in orders.)
Why Dad Will Love It| If you have the kind of dad that isn’t eager to get dressed up and don that new tie you got him (and seriously, why are we still getting dads ties?!) this is the deal for him. When you head over to Fired Pie, there’s no need to get dressed up and we know there are some dads out there that are going to appreciate that!

Organ Stop Pizza

Fathers Day at organ stop pizza

Photo Credit | Organ Stop Pizza

1149 E. Southern Ave. | Mesa | 85204 | 480.813.5700
June 18th | From 11:30am until 1pm
Dad will love the casual environment at OSP. The communal seating will set him at ease and the familiar tunes on the Mighty Wurlitzer will have him smiling and humming along in no time. The all you can eat pizza buffet includes salad and soft drinks for only $12 for adults and $10 for kids ages three to nine.
Why Dad Will Love It | Dads are frugal by nature and you can’t beat the price!

Roy’s Chandler

Roy's Chandler

Photo Credit | Roy’s Chandler

7151 W. Ray Road | Chandler | 85226 | 480.70.7697
June 18th | Beginning at 9am
Roy’s will open early to provide hungry Dads with a three-course brunch ($36). The restaurant will also feature a special menu for Father’s Day that will be available from 3pm until 9pm. The menu will feature special pricing on items like prawns carbonara, blackened island ahi, Misoyaki butterfish and more.
Why Dad Will Love It | If you’re dad has told you stories about his trips to Hawaii the menu at Roy’s will bring up some great memories and conversations.

Thirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill

Thirsty Lion

Photo Credit | Thirsty Lion

2212 E. Williams Field Road | Gilbert | 85297 | 480.899.0119
2000 E. Rio Salado Pkwy. | Tempe | 85281 | 480.968.2920
June 18th
What better way to celebrate dad on a hot summer day than with a refreshing cold beer? You’ll be treated to half-price flights on Fathers Day. That’s only $5 per flight!
Why Dad Will Love It| Dad will get to choose from a selection of IPA’s, ciders and local seasonal beers. Just make sure that you’re the designated driver!

We hope that our 2017 East Valley Fathers Day Dining Guide is helpful, providing an array of options, and that you and the fathers in your life have a great day together!

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© Taryn Jeffries 2017

About the Author - Taryn Jeffries

Editor and Chief Eating Officer of PhoenixBites, 2017 Food Writer of the Year (Arizona Culinary Hall of Fame) Taryn grew up in a small town in Illinois with a doting Grandmother who taught her the way around a kitchen and that food is representative of love. Her current quest is to find the love in local dishes and the chefs behind them. In addition to running all things PhoenixBites, Taryn is also a freelance writer, sharing her insight on the best dishes and where to get them each and every month.

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