Father’s Day Foodie Event Round-up
Dad. Father. Pops. Gramps. Daddy. Whatever you call him, he’s your old man and this Sunday is Father’s Day.
Here are a few events happening around Sacramento that can spice up your Dad’s day and help you celebrate together.
Father’s Day Barbecue at Ten22, Sacramento
Ten22 is celebrating Dads by offering a $15 special meal created by Chef Jay Veregge. Offerings include a choice between braised beef brisket, sausage links and grilled chicken breast and all options come with potato salad, pinto beans and corn on the cob. Also happening this weekend is the PGA US Open, which you can watch on the big screens at Ten22. To top it off, happy hour prices are available on Saturday and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m, while you watch the Open of course.
Morton’s The Steak House, Sacramento
This delectable steakhouse offers a special three-course meal that includes an appetizer, entrée and dessert for $69 per person. Entrée items include Filet Mignon, New York Strip Steak, Cajun Ribeye Steak, Broiled Salmon Fillet and Chicken Christopher.
The Firehouse Restaurant, Old Sacramento
The Firehouse Restaurant in Old Sacramento is must-do for Fathers who crave the stuffed polenta or the Wild King salmon. Also featured is the Artisan Cheese Plate with fromage from three different countries.
Il Fornaio, Roseville
Does your Dad love Italian? Take him to Il Fornaio in Roseville (there’s also a location in Sacramento) where he can get a special lunch or brunch a la carte. This Italian ristorante is serving up its three-course Taste of Toscana for $29.99. We suggest you also order up the Toscana wine for $14.99.
Worried about how you are going to burn off all those calories consumed on Dad’s day?
We thought so. Never fear, there’s a 5k happening in Roseville you can join in on, so no worries about your waistline.
Father’s Day 5k Run For Families,Roseville
Taking place in Roseville, this fundraiser takes course-goers through the Miner’s Ravine Trail and raises money for the Sacramento Areas Emergency Housing Center, which is one of the only shelters in the area that allows the entire family to stay. The race begins and ends in Sculpture Park. For more information, click here.