Where To Dine On Father's Day In LA

Leave the cooking (and clean up) to the pros…

Tasked with making Father’s Day plans this year? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Whether your dad is an up-and-at-’em brunch guy or one who prefers a classic steak dinner, we’ve rounded up five restaurants in Los Angeles offering special mouth-watering menu items in honor of the parental holiday. Pops will surely thank you….and go home full.

The Nice Guy

Is dad the ultimate nice guy? If so, treat him to dinner at The Nice Guy, a favorite spot of celebrity dads including Drake, Joe Jonas and Scott Disick. From June 14 to June 16, the hotspot is serving up a Father’s Day specialty dish which includes a Porcini Rubbed T-Bone steak, grilled asparagus, red onion and romesco. Wash it all down with one of their signature cocktails, like the the Godfather Sour, made with Jim Beam bourbon, blood orange, amaretto, lemon and egg white, shaken and served frothy.

401 N La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles

Lou Lou Rooftop Restaurant & Lounge

Is dad more of a morning guy? Treat him brunch at LouLou Rooftop Restaurant & Lounge in Santa Monica on Sunday, June 16. This new French-inspired place with killer ocean views is serving up a special Father’s Day brunch buffet ($85 a person) with homemade paella, crêpes and omelette live station, and prime rib roast — plus DJs and live performances for Father’s Day, starting at 11:30 a.m..

395 Santa Monica Place, #300, Santa Monica


A.O.C. is giving dads two opportunities to celebrate, offering special Father’s Day brunch and dinner menus at both 3rd Street and Brentwood locations. The brunch offerings includes standout items like a Skirt Steak B.L.T., Sticky Buns with Walnuts with bacon; Spanish Fried Chicken with Cornmeal Waffle and Dungeness Crab Omelette, Vanilla Bean French Toast, Lamb Merguez & Eggs and more. A.O.C.’s Father’s Day dinner includes delicious dishes like a grilled 24-Ounce Rib Eye, Westholme Wagyu Steak Tartare, Icelandic Cod, Pappardelle with Maine Lobster, Country-Style Pork Chop and more. And you can’t forget about A.O.C.’s decadent dessert selection.

8700 West 3rd Street, West Hollywood and 11648 San Vicente Blvd., Los Angeles


You may be used to hitting up Delilah late night and getting lit with your squad, but on this occasion, sit back and relax and indulge in on of the best meals in West Hollywood. The restaurant’s specialty Father’s Day dish this year is a 16oz Dry Aged Ribeye with King Crab hollandaise, truffled mashed potato, glazed carrots, on the menu June 14 through June 17. Make dad feel like a million bucks and order him a Millionaire Martini to match, made with Grey Goose vodka from the freezer, stretched out with Perrier Jouet Grand Brut champagne and served with a bump of American Sturgeon caviar.

7969 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood

Gracias Madre

Gracias Padre. Make this Father’s Day extra special by treating Dad to a truly memorable celebration at Gracias Madre. Join the West Hollywood hotspot for brunch or dinner on Sunday, June 16 and experience some plant-based food and drink specials. During brunch, don’t miss the Sip & Sashay Sundays Drag Brunch featuring live drag performances alongside Father’s Day specials.

8905 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood