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Ten Top Places to Take Dad in Denver on Father's Day

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Take Dad to Fadó Irish Pub to watch the Copa América Centenario quarterfinals, when there will be game-day specials and tournament-inspired T-shirts (for those who forgot to snag a Father's Day gift). For details, go to

The Bonanno Concepts restaurant family will be offering deals for dads today. Russell's Smokehouse will serve up half-price ribs for all dads, Bones will serve a complimentary bottled beer with purchase of an entree, dads at Osteria Marco can get a complimentary draft beer with purchase of an entree, Lou's Food Bar is offering a complimentary Manmosa with purchase of a brunch entree, and
Vesper Lounge will pour a complimentary draft beer with purchase of a lunch entree. For more information, contact the restaurants.  

If your dad is the beer-drinking type, the Thirsty Lion downtown is offering half-priced flights of beer for dad all day long. Contact the pub at 303-623-0316 for more information. 

The Ghost BBQ will offer a free pint of beer or a free Bloody Mary for dads who order an entree during Father’s Day brunch. The Boulder BBQ joint will also serve up $2 sliders and 50-cent wings. Call the Ghost at 303-998-9350.  

La Loma Mexican Restaurant is celebrating its last Father's Day in its current location with a Steak Tampiquena special that includes a six-ounce mesquite-grilled steak marinated in La Loma's house sauce, topped with pico de gallo and green onions and served with a cheese enchilada smothered in enchilada sauce, rice and black beans, all for $16. There will also be drink specials for Dad; find out more by calling the restaurant at 303-433-8300.

The Squeaky Bean, 1500 Wynkoop Street, is offering the “manliest of drinks” this Father’s Day: Bar manager Jack Bethel created the Alpine Amaro using a 45-minute process and nineteen ingredients, including sage, ginger, radishes, vodka and mint. The produce comes straight from the Bean Acres Farm, and the $10 drink pairs well with the Bean's brunch.

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