Father’s Day Dining Specials Around the Garden State

The delicious deals offered at these six New Jersey restaurants are sure to put a smile on Dad's face this Father's Day.

Even for the most 21st century dad, the old adage that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach still holds true. The following restaurants know there are many tasty routes to get to that happy place—this Father’s Day, they’ve got you covered.

Morton’s The Steakhouse

Atlantic City & Hackensack

Morton’s will present a special two-course menu for Father’s Day. The Land & Sea Menu offers a choice of Center-Cut Filet Mignon, Double-Cut Pork Chop with apricot chutney or “Manhattan Cut” Strip Steak. Each comes with a cold-water Lobster Tail baked in herbed garlic butter. Dessert options include Key Lime Pie, New York Cheesecake with sea salt caramel and Morton’s Hot Chocolate Cake. $79 per person; make reservations online.

Morton’s The Steakhouse, 1 Riverside Sq. Ste. 274, Hackensack; 201-487-1303; 2100 Pacific Ave., Atlantic City; 609-449-1044

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The Bistro Box from B2 Bistro + Bar in Red Bank. Photo courtesy of B2 Bistro + Bar

B2 Bistro + Bar

Red Bank

Meat is the star here. The Father’s Day “Butcher Box” features two pounds of Bell & Evans Cut Wings, two Hanger Steaks, one Porterhouse, four Burgers, two pounds of Sweet Italian Sausage and two Pork Chops. The box also comes stocked with house-blended spices, such as Adobo, BBQ Dry Rub and Chimichurri Butter. Call to order by Wednesday, June 16; pick up Saturday, June 19. $249 per box.

B2 Bistro + Bar, 141 Shrewsbury Ave., Red Bank; 732-268-8555

Kai Yang


One-time specials will be available at this Thai-inspired eatery. Shrimp Dumplings ($12), Crab Mango Salad ($28) and Paradise Fried Rice ($25) will be on the menu for Father’s Day. Specials aside, Kai Yang’s regular menu features plenty of exotic eats, including Vegetable Curry Puffs and Massaman Curry, made with potato, onion, carrot, pineapple and crushed peanut. On the sweet side of things, you’ll find Fried Bananas, Fried Ice Cream and more.

Kai Yang, 345 Bloomfield Ave., Montclair; 973-509-2110

Four City Brewing Company


If Dad is a beer buff, Four City Brewing has got just what you need. Their Father’s Day gift basket comes with a mix of four pints, a Four City T-shirt and a custom glass, all for $45. The four-pack is comprised of beers such as the brewery’s signature IPA, Oat Cream Man (a tribute to late guitar legend Eddie Van Halen) and the Citrus City Pale Ale, named for the city of Orange.

Four City Brewing Company, 55 S Essex Ave., Orange; 973-630-1411

The Garden Restaurant & Lounge


Inspired by Latin American flavors, The Garden specializes in creative and modern dishes. This Father’s Day, however, chef Adrian Leon is going classic. On the menu is an Iceberg Wedge Salad ($17, with tomatoes, bacon and crumbled blue cheese dressing), a Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail ($24), Salmon Tartare ($18, with red onion, capers and creamy avocado on garlic toast), Tomahawk Steak ($85, in a mushroom demi-glace with garlic baked potatoes) and Filet of Sole ($40, stuffed with jumbo lump crabmeat and paired with cauliflower-spinach au gratin). Dinner can be enjoyed with a specialty Bourbon flight for $30. As for Dad’s dessert, it’s on the house.

The Garden Restaurant & Lounge, 331 Morris Ave., Elizabeth; 908-355-0220

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Faroe Islands Salmon from D’floret Restaurant in Lambertville. Photo courtesy of D’floret Restaurant

D’floret Restaurant


Chef Dennis Foy is preparing a special Butcher Box Mix Grill for Father’s Day featuring three premium meats: filet mignon, rack of lamb and sirloin, all served with a side of vegetables. In addition to the Father’s Day special, D’floret recently announced the start of their Sunday Brunches, with a menu ranging in price from $11–30. Brunch dishes include Chilled Cucumber Salad (with shallots and tomato confit), Faroe Islands Salmon (with creamed spinach and nutmeg), Cajun Chicken with Pomme Frites, classic Eggs Benedict and more.

D’floret Restaurant, 18 S Main St., Lambertville; 609-397-7400

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