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Places Where Dad Can Eat Free on Father’s Day

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Places Where Dad Can Eat Free on Father's Day
The average person is expected to spend about $133 on Father’s Day this year. And there are plenty of great deals and freebies to be had surrounding the holiday. That includes a plethora¬†of places where dad can eat free on Father’s Day.

Places Where Dad Can Eat Free on Father’s Day

Last year, the following restaurants offered dads a free lunch for Father’s Day, and it’s expected that many of these deals will carry over into this year.

III Forks

From 5 p.m. until 10 p.m., III Forks is offering dads a free steak (valued up to $50) with any purchase of an entree of equal or greater value. But before you head to the nearest one, call ahead to confirm it’s participating.

Beef O’Brady’s

Buy one entree, and get dad’s for free. This is only valid for up to $10.

Bertucci’s

Bertucci’s is offering dads a free¬†small order of meatballs on their next visit.

The Claddagh Irish Pub & Restaurant

This restaurant allows dads to eat free when someone else in their party buys another entree, not including New York strip steak.

Firehouse Subs

Buy a sub, chips, and drink on Father’s Day and get a free medium sub for dad.

Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse

Visit Fogo de Chao on Father’s Day with your dad, he will receive a comped lunch or dinner dining card for his next visit.

Francesca’s

Dads eat free with the purchase of another entree — possibly even the buffet — at select locations. Before you head to the restaurant, call ahead or visit the website to see what kind of menu is on offer that day.

Hooters

With any order of 10 wings, dads get another 10 of them for free¬† on Father’s Day. Plus get an additional $5 free with every $25 gift card purchased.

Hotshots Sports Bar & Grill

Dads get a free drink plus the choice between a small order of wings, a burger and a nine-inch single topping pizza on Father’s Day.

McDonald’s

Dads who bring a child into participating¬†McDonald’s on Father’s Day get a free sandwich and small drink from 5:30 a.m. until 10:30 p.m. But before you head to the nearest location, call ahead to confirm whether it’s participating this year.

Medieval Times

Use the code DAD18 and dad’s ticket is free with the purchase of another adult ticket from June 4 through 17.

Primanti Bros

Dads eat free on Father’s Day — although locations near stadiums might not participate. When in doubt, call ahead before heading over.

Roy Rogers

Roy Rogers will be offering a special for 16 pieces of chicken, 8 biscuits and 3 sides for $29.99.

Ruth’s Chris Steak House

Dads who visit any Ruth’s Chris locations during Father’s Day weekend get a free $25 gift card.

Shoney’s

Dads get a free piece of pie on Father’s Day, and if you visit Shoney’s website and share a story about your dad, he gets entered to win a $100 gift card.

Spaghetti Warehouse

Dads get their choice of a free entree size lasagna or original recipe spaghetti on Father’s Day.

TCBY

Dads receive a free small frozen yogurt on Father’s Day at participating locations.

Wienerschnitzel

Sign up for Wienerschnitzel’s newsletter on the company’s website, and get a coupon for a free hot dog and chili redeemable by dads on Father’s Day.

World of Beer

This outfit is offering dads a free beer or $5 off on Father’s Day.

Zea Rotisserie & Grill

If the dads in your life enjoy beer, they just might love this freebie: a four-pack of¬† handcrafted beer for them on Father’s Day.

These are just a few of the places where dad can eat free on Father’s Day. Please check back here for restaurants as more as additional promotions are announced.

Readers, do you know of any other places where dad can eat free on Father’s Day? Let us know in the comments below.¬†

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