Celebrate dad at these Sydney Father’s Day restaurants
PSA: Father’s Day is just around the corner. If you want your pick of the best restaurants for Father's Day weekend, now's the perfect time to book.
If you’re after inspiration on where to dine out in Sydney for Father’s Day weekend, check out our full list of or explore some of our top picks below.
This Crows Nest institution arguably produces Sydney’s best Brazilian barbecue experience. Roaming waiters serve a variety of traditional Brazilian cuts, from fire-roasted meats, sausages and seafood to grilled halloumi and spiced pineapple. This Father’s Day you can book Unlimited Authentic Brazilian Barbecue with churros and a beer for dad for $88. BOOK NOW >
Embark on a culinary journey from Chef Antoine Moscovitz' French heritage to the heart of Sydney's Blackwattle Bay. Located in Glebe's heritage-listed building, Bellevue Cottage evokes a nostalgic charm with a distinctive edge, offering a modern take on French classics while using local produce with refined technique. If you’re looking for something a little fancy this Father’s Day, Bellevue Cottage By Antoine is offering a four-course menu featuring a host of French classics for $130. BOOK NOW >
The creation of Chef Alessandro Pavoni (of the two hatted Ormeggio at the Spit) and Bill Drakopoulous (of Sydney's Restaurant Group and Aqua Restaurant Group), Via Alta brings a much needed Italian injection to the north shore dining scene. This neighbourhood Italian trattoria offers a menu of classic, well executed and simple flavours, with dishes designed to share. Via Alta is offering a $99 Father’s Day Menu featuring four courses of Italian classics – save room for the Tiramisu! BOOK NOW >
For a premium steakhouse with enviable views of Sydney Harbour, The Meat & Wine Co Barangaroo is the perfect choice. Famous for pairing a delectable offering of steak and rib dishes with the most unique Australian wines, this one’s a no-brainer for any dad who appreciates a premium cut of meat. Located in Barangaroo’s buzzing dining district, there’s also plenty to see and do after your meal. BOOK NOW >
Inspired by Sydney's beautiful foreshore and paying homage to the restaurant's strong Italian ties, Angelo's Cabarita has been serving up delicious Modern Italian/Australian fusion for over 30 years. Angelo’s bayside location makes it a perfect long lunch destination. Take advantage of their $99 Father’s Day menu for the full Angelo’s experience. BOOK NOW >
Widely regarded as one of the pioneers of the wood fire grill in Sydney, Pony offers an honest flavour driven menu that showcases prime Australian produce, a carefully crafted boutique selection of wines and a cheeky cocktail list. At the heart of the kitchen is a signature Argentinian wood fire grill, used to create sensational meat and seafood dishes. BOOK NOW >
Located on the waterfront at Barangaroo and specialising in seafood, Cirrus is the creation of chef Brent Savage and sommelier Nick Hildebrandt, the multi award-winning team behind Bentley Restaurant + Bar, Monopole and Yellow. With stunning views across the northern end of Darling Harbour to Pyrmont and Goat Island, Cirrus offers the finest waterfront dining in Sydney – the perfect spot for a special Father’s Day dinner. BOOK NOW >
This small French inspired bistro nestled in the ‘Paris' end of Potts Point has been running for over 30 years and is renowned for its exquisite cuisine and unique appeal. With a menu that blends French tradition with a Modern Australian twist, expect the best of both worlds - fresh Australian produce and ingredients mixed with the finest French flavours. BOOK NOW >
A hub for beer lovers that boasts its own brewery creating specialty beers, Sydney Brewery Surry Hills specialises in fresh brews and quality pub grub. Dad will love trying out spruced pub classics including Paddo Pale bratwurst or the Sydney Cider mussel pot while relaxing with a cold one. BOOK NOW >
Located in Rosebery institution the Cannery, Frenchies delivers produce-driven cuisine, showcasing the best of French modern bistronomy, combined with house-made craft beers. Executive Chef Thomas Cauquil specialises in the art of Charcuterie, integrating fantastic patés and terrines to the exciting menu, which changes daily based on the best produce found on the market. BOOK NOW >
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