A Complete Guide for Father’s Day Weekend in Utah

Let’s face it, planning for Father’s Day can be hard, and you may feel stuck doing the same thing year after year, but there’s no need to fear! Utah has plenty of dining specials and unique activities to help you celebrate your old man. Your guide to a refreshing Father’s Day Weekend is here!

Father’s Day Brunch and Dinner in Utah

Wasatch Front

Capital Grille

Treat Dad to an expertly prepared steak that are dry aged in-restaurant and hand-cut by Capital Grille’s in-house butchers. This year, the steak house is offering a special 22-ounce Prime Bone-in Ribeye with caramelized shallot jus and truffle butter, along with their full menu. Make your reservation here.

Emigration Cafe

Enjoy a brunch surrounded by the majestic Foothills at Emigration Cafe on June 16th. Menu highlights include Pulled Pork Sliders, Asiago Stuffed Gnocchi, Blackened Salmon Tacos and traditional breakfast favorites. Available 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Book your reservation here.

Flanker Kitchen + Sporting Club

Treat your dad to a champagne brunch at Flanker Kitchen where mimosas and blood marys are $5. While you’re there, book a virtual golf suite for you and your old man, or test your bond with a karoake session. Reservations can be made here.


Escape to the mountains for a Father’s Day BBQ at Snowbird’s Plaza Deck. After eating your fill of Ribs and Smoked Brats, take your old man for a ride on the Alpine Slide or the ZipWhipper for more stunning views.

Laurel Brasserie & Bar

Spoil your dad this Father’s Day with a brunch at the Grand America’s Laurel Brasserie & Bar. Reservations required and available here.

Wasatch Back

KITA at the Pendry

Make dad’s day with a special Father’s Day dinner at KITA in Park City. The Japanese Steak House is serving up Tomahawk steaks along with whiskey flight pairings. $245 Family Style for 2-4 people.

Goldener Hirsch

Gather with family and friends this Father’s Day at the elegant Goldener Hirsch Restaurant where Executive Chef Senthill has crafted a delectable brunch menu. Menu highlights include Smoked Corn Beef Hash + Eggs, Grilled Bratwusrt, Chicken + Waffles, House Brioche French Toast and more. Reservations available here.

Alpine Distilling

Sip a 4-year-old vintage, limited release of Alpine Distilling’s Barrel Proof Single Malt Whiskey. This toffee-heavy, very smooth and sweet whiskey with delicate spice notes is of barley grown, malted, mashed, distilled, aged & bottled 100% in Utah. 

Grub Steak

Treat Dad to dinner on Father’s Day with a three course meal. Available June 16th, $59.75. Make your reservation here.

Looking for something different? Try one of these Father’s Day activities in Utah!

  • The Utah Blues Festival—If your father is a fan of some classic blues, the annual Blues Festival is perfect place to celebrate him. Taking place at the Gallivan Center, this year’s fest features acts ike Tab Benoit, Sue Foley, Southern Avenue and more. June 14 & 15th.
  • Big Cottonwood Brew Fest—Throw back a few cold ones with your old man surrounded by the picturesque views at Solitude. The free event also features live music and tasty food pairings. June 16th, 12 p.m to 5 p.m.
  • Strawberry Days—This year’s Strawberry Days festival runs from the 15th all the way through the 23rd of June. Visit with your father figure for car shows, carnivals, rodeos, concerts and more.
  • TopGolf—Golfing is a Father’s Day favorite that offers a casual family friendly experience. TopGolf has offered Father’s Day promotions in the past, check their site for the most recent updates.
  • Axe-Throwing—For the unconventional dad, spice up the day with a Rage Room or Axe throwingPrices vary by location.
  • Climbing—If your dad is the adventurous type like mine, have fun bonding over indoor climbing lessonsPrices vary.

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Michaelis Lyons
Michaelis Lyons
Michaelis is a current Editorial Intern for Salt Lake Magazine and a recent graduate from Westminster College.

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