Book now for Father’s Day brekkie, lunch and dinner

Looking for Father's Day dining options? Check out this list of restaurants offering something special for Dad's day.
11 Aug 2023
Discover Ipswich, Staff Writer

Looking to treat dad to a great meal this Father’s Day?  See who’s doing special Father’s Day treats…

The Sugarmill Restaurant

Heritage dining at The Sugarmill Restaurant

Book dad in for an early Father’s Day treat with heritage dining inside the Woodlands of Marburg mansion.  The dinners are being held as part of the Galvanized Festival on Friday September 1 and Saturday September 2 and feature the ability to choose a one, two or three course menu. 

Tommy Smith Cafe

Loaded fries at Tommy Smith Cafe

To celebrate Father’s Day Tommy Smith Cafe (located at Woodlands of Marburg) have loaded up their menu!  Order loaded fries, loaded burger, loaded pancakes and loaded milkshakes.  You will also get a free chunky biscuit with every coffee purchased between 8.30am-10.30am and the Woodlands of Marburg Mansion will be open for all Tommy Smith Cafe customers.

You can also win dad a case of beer, Bunnings voucher of dinner for two at The Sugarmill Restaurant in the Father’s Day raffle.

Bookings are essential.

Ipswich Jets

Ipswich Jets Leagues Club – BO

Enjoy buffet breakfast at Jets Leagues Club this Father’s Day. Book in for either 8am or 9.30am sittings.  The price for members is $35.90 for adults and $15.90 for children aged 6-12, children under 5 are free.

There are also $1000 in Hampers to be won for Father’s Day being drawn on Saturday September 2 from 7.30pm.

Be sure to reserve your table on 3202 1887.

Pumpyard Bar and Brewery

pumpyard burger

Enjoy beer, lunch and good vibes this Father’s Day at the Pumpyard Bar and Brewery.

Sit back and relax as the smoker is fired up cooking lamb, beef and pork.  There will be the option to buy a meat platter.

Stay on for beers and good times after lunch.  Bookings are encouraged.

Homage Restaurant

There’s a special Father’s Day three-course lunch menu on offer and whisky tasting at Homage Restaurant and you can stay as the restaurant is onsite at the luxury country retreat Spicers Hidden Vale.

Bookings are essential.

Marburg Hotel

Marburg Hotel 2

The Marburg Hotel have a special lunch menu on Father’s Day.  Head in from 11.30am to 2pm for rib fillet, rib on the bone, peri peri chicken burgers, pork belly skewers, grilled red emperor and coconut prawn salad. The bar will be open into the afternoon for a cheeky Sunday session too.

Brothers Leagues Club

Steak and lobster at Brothers

At Brothers Leagues Club you can take dad for a grain-fed porterhouse with half a lobster, chips, salad and garlic crème and a schooner of tap beer for $40 (members price).  There will also be entertainment at lunch and dinner and lucky door prizes.

Club Services Ipswich

Club Services Ipswich will have a Father’s Day buffet brekkie on Sunday September 3 from 8am-10am with lucky door prizes, raffles and entertainment.  Also every dad gets a gift.

On Father’s Day there will also be specials available from 11am for lunch or dinner including almond-fed pork tomahawk (pork loin on the bone), smokey BBQ pork ribs, OP rib on the bone and BBQ brisket burger.

Bookings are essential, call the club on 3812 3366 or pop into reception.

The Barn Family Restaurant

Father's Day at The Barn Family Restaurant

The Barn Family Restaurant is offering dad’s a free drink (beer included) on Sunday September 3 with every breakfast purchase from 10am for Father’s Day.

Bookings essential.

Montezuma’s Ipswich

Churros at Montezuma's

Dads will get a free churros dessert with the purchase of an adult main meal on Father’s Day at Montezuma’s Ipswich! 

MiHi Tavern

Mihi Tavern

The MiHi Tavern are holding a buffet breakfast on Father’s Day from 8.30am-10.30am.  Breakfast is $35 for adults, $19 for kids aged 5-12 and free for under 5 year olds.

If you’re looking for a gift idea, find special events and offers for Father’s Day here.

Discover Ipswich Staff Writer
Rocky the Rock Wallaby is a Sagittarius who lives at the Ipswich Nature Centre and often contributes to Discover Ipswich in his spare time. When he's not busy showing tourists around, blogging or hanging out with his cute and fluffy mates at the Nature Centre, he likes to hit the gym for a leg session, graze on quinoa salad and ponder the possibilities of the universe.

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