Features 3 minutes 16 June 2020

28 MICHELIN Guide-Approved Deliveries for Father’s Day

A nationwide selection of Michelin-recommended restaurants offering special menus, grill kits, and Steakhouse-quality ingredients suited for any Father-figure in your life.

Father's Day

With dining rooms across the country still largely closed, MICHELIN-recommended kitchens from New York to Chicago to Los Angeles are stepping up their delivery game for this coming Father’s Day. Luxe tasting menus and dry-aged ribeyes are all up for grabs, so reserve your packages today.


For one more week, Localis is offering three and four-course tasting menus for takeout. Tastings from $50 with optional wine pairings.

Atelier Crenn
San Francisco
Enjoy luxury dinner packages from Dominique Crenn’s Three-MICHELIN-Starred kitchen with dishes like caviar and koji rice tart, “grains and seeds,” brioche, and trout mousse. $145 per person. 

San Francisco
Chris Bleidorn’s One-MICHELIN-Starred restaurant offers “Butcher Shop” boxes that include a 100-day aged lamb chop, duck leg prosciutto, and 30-day dry-aged duck breast. Blueberry lemon verbena pie for dessert. From $20.

La Calenda
This Oaxacan Bib Gourmand by Kaelin Ulrich Trilling offers favorites such as al pastor tacos, chicken enchiladas, and tres leches cake. Margaritas and sangria are also available for takeout. Tacos from $12. 

Sons & Daughters
San Francisco
Short rib osso bucco and ribeye dinners for two are the takeout highlights of this One-MICHELIN-Star kitchen. Swing for the Champagne and caviar package and a 6” devil’s food cake if you’re up for it. Packages from $50.

Los Angeles
Consider this impressive Mediterranean spread featuring hummus, baba ganoush, braised lamb shank and a kirsch and vanilla bean custard. $49 for two. 

Los Angeles
The restaurant’s butcher shop is offering a Father’s Day steak kit featuring a 30 and 80-day dry aged bone-in ribeyes (34 and 38 o.z. respectively) as well as a Blackmore wagyu NY strip. Steaks from $100. 

Taco Maria
Orange County 
One of the country’s premier taco counters, Carlos Salgado’s One-MICHELIN-Star restaurant offers family-style meals including pork chile verde, chicken mole, and asada with grilled onions and roasted peppers. Packages from $20. 

Los Angeles
From Jordan Kahn and his Two-MICHELIN-Star restaurant comes an impressive tasting menu honoring classics from the Three-MICHELIN-Starred French Laundry in Yountville. $100 per person. 

Cucina Sorella
San Diego
Go full-bore Italian feast with giant veal meatballs, family-style short rib pappardelle, and Sicilian-style pies. Entrees from $17.


This Two-MICHELIN-Star favorite has prepared the complete steakhouse feast featuring marinated strip steaks with foie gras butter and red wine reduction. Sides include garlic mashed potatoes, roasted zucchini, carrots, and Parker House rolls with allium butter. Dessert is cherry pie for two. $95.

Grant Achatz’s Three-MICHELIN-Star restaurant is offering a steakhouse-themed takeaway dinner, featuring prime beef au poivre, Maine lobster bisque, gruyere cheese potato gratin, and a summer tomato salad. Tickets go fast so order while you still can. $50 per person.

For those who prefer ravioli over ribeye, this Bib Gourmand in Logan Square offers fresh tajarin, pappardelle, ravioli and tagliatelle. Pomodoro sauce and various other sides are available as well. Pasta from $9.

El Che
Leave it to this Argentinian kitchen to prepare a wide assortment of Father’s Day grilling packages. Smoked ribs, dry-aged steaks, pork shoulder, and even a stunning 48 oz. Creekstone tomahawk ribeye are available for pickup Friday and Saturday. $80 to $220.

Johnny Clark and Beverly Kim’s One-MICHELIN-Star gem is offering a grill kit featuring kalbi short ribs and spicy pork shoulder chops, plus sides like Napa kimchi and pickled mu radish wraps. It’s enough to feed a family of four. Don’t skimp on dessert: vanilla ice cream with mango black sesame swirl. $150.

A la care is available to-go from this this One-MICHELIN-Star kitchen, which is turning out braised lamb shoulder, truffle lobster mac and cheese, and cheesecake with an Oreo brown butter crust. Entrees from $25.

New York

Blue Hill at Stone Barns 
The Two-MICHELIN-Star oasis in Westchester offers its best produce, protein, dairy and pastries in family-friendly packages. For Father’s Day, they’ve assembled a hot dog box with whole wheat buns, condiments, and fermented potato chips. $50.

Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare
Landing a reservation at César Ramirez’s Three-MICHELIN-Star counter can take months, so jump on this rare opportunity to try his luxurious to-go menu. Highlights include chicken soup with truffles and foie, Alaskan crab salad, and Australian baby lamb with baby zucchini. Entrees from $40.

From scallop aguachile to braised short rib smothered in mole negro, this One-MICHELIN-Star kitchen will even pack some frozen blueberry and mezcal margaritas to-go. Entrees from $18.

The country’s only One-MICHELIN-star Korean Steakhouse is offering a grill package featuring two or four one-pound ribeyes from its dry-aging room, sides, house blend salt, and ssamjang. $105 for two.

Daniel Boulud Kitchen
Daniel Boulud’s Two-MICHELIN-Star flagship has yet to re-open but his team is offering a Father’s Day brunch featuring croissants, smoked salmon, quiche and more. $125 for two.

La Panetière
This French bijou isn’t quite ready for dine-in service, but guests can reserve a 4-course takeout tasting menu featuring asparagus fritters, bouillabaisse, duo of filet and short rib, and a finale of French cherries jubilee folded into a crepe. $65 per person.

Sushi Amane
Move quickly if you want a chirashi box from this One-MICHELIN-Star counter. Top-grade uni and toro from Japan and California make for premium add-ons. $110.

Washington D.C.

Chef Matt Baker’s One-MICHELIN-Star kitchen is offering a grill kit featuring ribeyes, filets, salmon and family-style salads and sides, including a marinated vegetable kit. $80-$100 for family of 4. 

Go big with this Bib Gourmand’s crispy gruyere dumplings and the signature fried chicken with five-spice caramel. Entrees from $16. 

Stellina Pizzeria
In addition to Neapolitan pies and classic Sicilian rice balls, this Bib Gourmand hotspot offers DIY pasta kits for lasagna, Bolognese, and Amatriciana. Pies from $15. 

Make it a Southern Sunday with hush puppies, shrimp and grits, collards, and a chocolate bourbon pie. Entrees from $14. 

The Dabney
The One-MICHELIN-Star has prepared a father’s day prix-fixe featuring a classic wedge salad, 32 oz. bone-in ribeyes, twice-baked potatoes, corn, mac and cheese and a strawberry cobbler. $150.

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