Treat Your Dad to a Fancy-Pants Lunch at the Landmark Restaurant All Week.

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Father's Day is a time to shower your dad with love and affection, and maybe even a gift or two or 10. And let's be real, one day really doesn't do many of our dads justice, so we guess that's why the Landmark Restaurant (3015 Oak Lawn Ave.) at The Warwick Melrose Hotel Dallas is celebrating Father's Day all week. The Father's Day festivities kick off this afternoon, with a three-course lunch. Diners can choose any appetizer, main course and dessert for $16. Some menu highlights include charred heirloom tomato bisque, crab cake sliders and grilled hanger steak. The lunch runs from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. from June 13 through June 17 and on Sunday, June 19.

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