Treat Dad to a Father’s Day Meal at These Main Line Area Restaurants

Treat dad to an unforgettable meal at one of these local restaurants.

Adobe Stock/nadianb

Want to make dad’s day? This Father’s Day, bring him to one of these fan-favorite restaurants in and around the Main Line for an unforgettable meal.

Father’s Day is rapidly approaching, and the Main Line region is where it’s at when it comes to treating dad right. This year, book a table at one of these local eateries for a dining experience he won’t soon forget.

Brick and Brew


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Brick & Brew (@brickandbrew)

Discover Brick and Brew in Malvern and experience a dad-approved menu that includes fried pickles, deviled eggs, shrimp po’ boy sliders and a bevy of sharable wood-fired pizzas. Hard-to-find whiskies and bourbons, plus classic craft cocktails and 14 taps give him plenty to sip, too.

400 E. King St., Malvern, (484) 320-8688
Additional locations in Havertown and Media

- Advertisement -

Fleming’s Steakhouse

For this Father’s Day dining experience, treat the special man in your life to an extravagant three-course dining adventure. Start off with a light Fleming’s or Caesar salad before moving onto “The Prime Event,” a 35oz USDA prime tomahawk and North Atlantic lobster tail. If steak is more your style, filet mignon and surf & turf options are available as well. Dessert features either chocolate or cheesecake with an old-fashioned cocktail. This menu is available exclusively from June 16-19.

555 E. Lancaster Ave., Radnor, (610) 688-9463

Eddie V’s


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Eddie V’s (@eddievs_)

For Father’s Day dining, this upscale hotspot serves a full dinner menu of seafood-centric classics that include the oyster bar, bisques, chowders, lobster, crab and a distinct selection of bass, salmon, sole, halibut and snapper. The special for the day is an 11oz Snake River Farms Wagyu strip with a buttery essence and rich flavor. The acclaimed wine list and unique craft cocktails are sure to wow, too.

670 W. DeKalb Pike, King of Prussia, (610) 337-7823

Radnor Hotel

Opt for a more leisurely outdoor lunch or dinner at the Glenmorgan Bar & Grill at Radnor Hotel. There they dish up grilled lamb chops, a mouth-watering meatloaf and a killer burger that are sure to please his palate.

- Partner Content -

591 E. Lancaster Ave., Saint Davids, (610) 341-3188

Brandywine Prime


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Brandywine Prime (@brandywine_prime)

Opening early at 1:30 p.m. this Father’s Day, Brandywine Prime offers a wide variety of specials. East and West Coast oysters feature alongside a lobster bisque and grilled pacific octopus salad. For more seafood, the fish special is a North Atlantic swordfish steak. Plus, additional entrée specials include not one, but three different steaks: a USDA prime porterhouse, a Bow Creek Farms angus filet mignon and an Eleven Oak Farms Wagyu steak aged for 28 days.

1617 Baltimore Pike, Chadds Ford, (610) 388-8088

Firepoint Grill

This hip Newtown Square join offers a diverse selection for Father’s Day dining. Delectable main dishes include the likes of baby back ribs, grilled salmon and organic rotisserie chicken. Stylish and casual, the eatery offers visitors the option to dine indoors or opt for al fresco dining on the chic and spacious covered patio.

3739 West Chester Pike, Newtown Square, (484) 428-3093

Ripplewood Whiskey & Craft


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by The Ripplewood (@theripplewood)

- Advertisement -

One of the top newer restaurants on the eastern Main Line, Ripplewood Whiskey & Craft offers a wide assortment of meats and brown beverages. Well known for its Ripplewood burger, this eatery also features a grass-fed filet mignon, braised short ribs and delicious chicken wings. Also enjoy a wide selection of hand-crafted cocktails.

29 E Lancaster Ave, Ardmore, (610) 486-7477

Fogo de Chao

This Brazilian steakhouse is open early for Father’s Day dinner on June 19. Open from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for brunch and 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. for dinner, the restaurant invites diners to indulge in everything from seafood towers to Brazilian sausage to Medalhoes com bacon, a bacon-wrapped chicken and steak dish.

155 Main Street Building L, King of Prussia, (484) 965-9655


Stroll the streets of Manayunk and discover Chef Moon Krapugthong’s intimate Yanako (now located next to her famous Chabba Thai). Dads can enjoy a unique Father’s Day dining experience of sushi, sashimi, tempura and other Japanese-inspired dishes like yakitori (chicken skewers), yakisoba (buckwheat noodles) and teriyaki (chicken, tofu and salmon).

4345 Main St., Manayunk, (267) 297-8151

Related: Shop These Father’s Day Gift Ideas Around the Main Line

Our Best of the Main Line Elimination Ballot is open through February 22!