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October 21, 2018

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Father’s Day guide: Treating dad in Las Vegas

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A double bacon cheeseburger is shown at Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer.

We love you, Dad, just not as much as Mom. Just kidding — of course we love you as much as Mom. More, maybe — let’s prove it with a guide to just a few of the good things kids can treat the old man to this Father’s Day, which officially occurs on Sunday.

Off the Strip dining

Andre’s Bistro & Bar Now, unless you’re British, you may not be too familiar with afternoon tea, but it’s a tradition that ex-pats like to indulge in when they find a place. On Saturdays and Sundays get afternoon tea for $26 per adult and $15 for children, with tons of tea choices, sandwiches, French pastries and English scones. Mommy may just want to join in, too. Limited seating, make reservations at AndresBistroandBar.com

Bandito Latin Kitchen & Cantina If dad’s big on Mexican food, haul him out to Bandito’s, a cool cantina that just celebrated its first anniversary. Grab some gourmet Barbacoa tacos, or chicken tinga tacos and a Michelada. Cheers, pops! 325 Hughes Center Drive, No. 100 (702) 857-7550

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse Las Vegas The popular chain offers two specials on Father’s Day — 16-ounce prime rib for $45 (20-ounce for $55), or the Double Eagle Steak, a dry-aged bone-in ribeye that measures up at 3 inches high for $125. 3925 Paradise Road, (702) 796-0063

Hawthorn Grill If your 3-year-old would like to spoil Daddy for a change, head to the Father’s Day Brunch here. Dads can enjoy draft beer, omelets, seafood and a dessert buffet. Seatings are 9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Cost is $59 per adult, $28 per child. Kids under age 5 eat free! JW Marriott, (702) 869-5955

MB Steak Get in good with the old guy at this upscale venue, which is offering a steak dinner and whiskey pairing. The whiskey flight is $32 and chef-suggested selections for meat include a 32-ounce porterhouse or a 28-ounce tomahawk steak (steak prices vary). Hard Rock Hotel, (702) 483-4888

Public School What’s better than taking Dad out for brunch? Getting his meal for free! On Fathers Day, Dad’s brunch entrée is free with the purchase of an adult entrée; new items include chilaquiles and an asparagus and goat cheese omelet. Downtown Summerlin, (702) 749-3007

SkinnyFats There are plenty of good-for-you dishes here, but surely you’ll spring for the Father’s Day Sunday Sundae, a chocolate crepe cake with ice cream and whipped cream. Top it off with a beer or a healthy juice. Downtown Summerlin, (702) 979-9797

On the Strip dining

Tom’s Urban Brunch is served from 7 a.m.-4 p.m., and you might want to indulge in cornbread pancakes, while Dad indulges in a 40-ounce Big Ass mug filled with a good draft beer. Aah, yes. New York-New York, (702) 740.6766

Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer Maybe Dad just wants to go out for a burger and a beer — that’s fine, if he doesn’t specify, treat him to The Boss Burger, a behemoth of a double bacon cheeseburger and a craft beer, for $21. The special is available June 15-17. The Venetian, (702) 414-2337

Beer Park This rooftop hangout gives you a good range of beer to choose from and tons of TVs to catch sports on. On Father’s Day, a barbecue platter with beechwood-smoked St. Louis ribs, chicken and pulled pork for $19.95. Paris, (702) 444-4500

Bazaar Meat by José Andrés You will be on Dad’s good side for a long, long time if you treat him to the Father’s Day Prix fixe menu at this supercool steakhouse. The menu includes Brandt beef tenderloin, bagel-and-lox cone, pork-skin chicharron and more for $100 a person. SLS Las Vegas, (702) 761-7000

VooDoo Steakhouse Get a five-course meal at this high-in-the-sky steakhouse for Father’s Day ($99 per person), and you’ll enjoy a cigar that’s hand-rolled during dinner, plus an excellent Glenmorangie beverage pairing. Rio, book at voodoosteakhouse.uvtix.com

Downtown dining

Oscar’s The swank steakhouse features a luscious porterhouse accompanied by onion rings, roasted rainbow cauliflower, and bacon mac and cheese for $69 per person. The Plaza, (702) 386-7227

Siegel’s 1941 Go back to the days of yore at this old-school joint, where every dad’s entrée purchase comes with either a free draft beer or a dessert on June 17. El Cortez, (702) 385-5200

Other cool things

Benihana This could bring out the dramatic side of your pop — the Be the Chef Father’s Day program teaches Dad tricks and techniques of the hibachi grill. Must be 18 or older; cost is $200 for a guest chef and three guests. Reservations required. Fashion Show, (702) 820-3080

Clarins It may seem a little odd to recommend Dad get a facial, but the French plant-based skincare line has a range for men, too, and at the new Clarins pop-up shop, men can enjoy a Just For Mens skin treatment (free, product prices range). The Forum Shops at Caesars

Crafthaus and Ethel M What a fabulous treat for dad, and mom and kids, too. On June 16, enjoy a beer and chocolate pairing at the brewery, and learn about why they’re so good together. There’s a nonalcoholic version available, too! ($15-$25) 7350 Eastgate Road No. 110, Henderson, tickets available on eventbrite

D’USSE VSOP For a change from Scotch, this popular French cognac brand owned by Jay-Z has a really cool “flask” with a cross-shaped design that’s sure to appeal to Dad — it might even appeal to Mom. Total Wine & More, multiple locations

Eiffel Tower Experience Treat dad to view from the top — fathers get to ride free with the purchase of an adult ticket, June 15-17. Use promo code ETFATHERD at the Eiffel Tower box office. Paris

Fantasy Tickets to the female adult revue will undoubtedly put you in Dad’s good graces and on June 17, all fathers in the audience can pick up a deck of cards and a 2018 Fantasy calendar after the show. Now, the question is: Where will he hang it? Luxor, (702) 262-4400

Fractured Prune The gourmet doughnut shop has created a Dad’s Dozen Box ($16.23), with several unusual flavors like the Sticky Pig, with bacon and a caramel glaze. 9460 W. Flamingo Road No. 115, (702) 754-3231

Therapy If dad’s a bourbon drinker, here’s a delicious, really really delicious, variety to try: Therapy’s Smoke Wagon Whiskey, locally made and available for $99 at the restaurant. On Father's Day, dads who purchase an entrée get a cocktail free, too! 518 E. Fremont St., (702) 912-1622