3 awesome brunches to treat your dad to this weekend

These Father’s Day brunches are all about beer, meat and possibly howling at the moon later that evening.

Here are three can’t-miss brunch options.

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25 E. Central Ave., Miamisburg

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June 18, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

This brunch menu screams Dad. Items like steak and eggs, biscuits and gravy and chicken and waffles highlight the plentiful offerings. The only way to make this more of a father menu is to serve it with a hot side of “you’re never going to amount to anything.” Desserts are available. Live music will be provided by Bruce Wilkes and reservations are suggested.

Music and a good looking menu await you and your dad at the Blue Note Bistro and Lounge. (Contributed)


1061 Miamisburg Centerville Road, Centerville


June 18-19, 11 a.m.-11 p.m.

More refined taste buds may prefer the menu here, where you can treat Dad to cornflake-crusted chicken thigh with red-eye gravy, walnut-raisin French toast with buttered maple syrup and applewood smoked bacon or a salad of wilted spinach, applewood smoked bacon, golden Yukon nuggets, goat cheese topped with a red wine vinaigrette as the main course options. Much of the food is locally grown. This will be the last Father’s Day menu for Bar Dumaine, so you may want to call for reservations.

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Cincinnati craft brewer Rivertown Brewing Company opened a new brewery and taproom in Monroe in January. CONTRIBUTED/E.L. HUBBARD (Staff Writer)


6550 Hamilton Lebanon Road, Monroe


June 18, 10 a.m.- 2 p.m.

Nothing like being ahead of the game before you play, and Rivertown Brewery gives your dad just that with a $5 voucher, which can be used toward brunch or beverages, when you arrive. The Barrel House Brunch features “hand-crafted” selections and a Death Bloody Mary bar. You can also play arcade games for free and take a tour of the brewery afterwards. Call the brewery for more details.

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