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Digital Editor’s Note: Sunday customarily is the slot reserved for Edibles & Potables, but it has been a busy weekend. Yesterday I was helping pour beers for the enjoyment of the wonderful people at the Southern Indiana Pride Parade & Festival in Jeffersonville. It left me with little time to prepare a column today. Instead, this public relations information release offering options for Father’s Day on Sunday, June 19, accompanied by a reminder to business owners: F&D doesn’t have the resources to peruse social media posts in search for newsworthy tidbits. If you have something going on, old-school (!) e-mail does a better job. Send news to me at socialmedia@foodanddine.com, and thank you.

FATHER’S DAY OFFERINGS

Big Bad Breakfast (984 Barret Avenue)

Give your Big Bad Dad a Big Bad Breakfast this Father’s Day. Louisville’s latest addition to the iconic Highlands restaurant scene, Big Bad Breakfast (BBB) is home to a variety of southern-inspired breakfast and lunch staples, including the Big Bad Hot Brown featuring golden brown buttermilk biscuits, cheesy Dijon Mornay & parmesan, roasted turkey, and roasted tomatoes, with a fried egg and house-cured Tabasco bacon; Pecan cluster short stack with chocolate chip pancakes & choice of meat; huevos rancheros with Weisenberger grits; and the shrimp or oyster po boy. Your dad can also enjoy an array of brunch cocktails, including the BBB bloody mary and the Wakey Wakey old fashioned. Breakfast and lunch are served daily from 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., with ample indoor and outdoor seating.

LouVino Restaurant & Wine Bar: Douglass Hills (11400 Main St.)

Whether you’re looking to treat dad to brunch or dinner this Father’s Day, LouVino’s Douglass Hills location has you covered. Sweet & savory brunch items like the chicken biscuit sliders, steak and eggs, and pancake tacos topped with bacon, sausage, scrambled eggs, and cheddar with a spiced maple dipping sauce, are served from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dinner favorites, including the Faroe Island salmon, barrel cut filet, beer-battered fish & chips, and swordfish steak Oscar with lump crab, béarnaise, whipped potatoes and grilled asparagus, are available from 4 to 9 p.m. The Highlands location (1606 Bardstown Rd.) serves brunch only on Sundays.

Barn8 Farm Restaurant & Bourbon Bar (10510 W Hwy 4, Goshen, Ky.)

Celebrate the father figure in your life with a trip to Barn8 Farm Restaurant and Bourbon Bar. A true farm-to-table experience, your family can enjoy fresh and local produce prepared and plated to your table. With an extensive bourbon collection and options from all the stops on the Bourbon Trail, grab a drink at the Bourbon Bar or grab a bottle to take home from the Bourbon Library with exclusive Hermitage Farm single barrels available for purchase. Take it to the next level with a bourbon tasting in the newly renovated Barn6 or a night with distillers and industry leaders at the monthly Whiskey Files. Don’t forget to make it a full experience and book a tour of the thoroughbred farm and 683-acre property. For more information, visit .

Be the Fork: Morning Fork and Fork & Barrel – 1722 Frankfort Avenue

Treat dad to something sweet like red velvet pancakes, Liège waffles or a famous jumbo cinnamon roll for a Father’s Day brunch at Morning Fork. If he’s more of a savory over sweets kind of person, dad can still enjoy the same great Frankfort Avenue location as Morning Fork, but for lunch or dinner! Morning Fork and sister company, Fork & Barrel, recently merged locations to bring both brands under one roof, making the united Be The Fork brand your one-stop-shop this Father’s Day for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner. Some of Fork & Barrel signature favorites include Langostino Lobster Fritters, the shareable Southern Charcuterie Board, the Fried Brussels Sprouts Salad, and the Stroganoff with beef tenderloin tips. Be The Fork’s outdoor patio dining area accepts reservations and walk-in guests.

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