Where to find deals for dads on Father's Day - WDRB 41 Louisville News

Where to find deals for dads on Father's Day

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Several events and restaurants around town are making sure dad feels like a king on Father's Day.

First Watch is expecting hundreds of people for Father's Day, and each dad will get a free premium coffee packet.

"At the end of their meal, they'll come in and we'll give them their little coffee," said Katie Teremi, a server at First Watch. "So it's probably one coffee pot worth, and on Mother's Day, we always do chocolates."

They'll be cooking up lots of eggs and other items as people treat their dad here. Employees say Mother's Day was their busiest day ever, and they're expecting Father's Day to be the same. 

"There's always going to be the option of those chocolate chip pancakes and little bit of everything," Teremi said. "But, we have healthier stuff too. All of our produce and meat is locally sourced. Everything is always fresh."

Rosa Segoviano helps run her family's business, Senor Iguanas, which is trying something new this year at all six locations. 

It's expected to have the kitchen sizzling all day long as people come in for this dad deal.

"We all love dad, and we want to give him the day off from the grill," Segoviano said. "So what we offer is a $10 gift certificate to treat dad on Father's Day. We've got a lot of great authentic Mexican food that'll heat him up and fill his belly."

People can print the certificate from the Senor Iguanas Facebook page here

You can even fill out the "Who the World's Best dad" line.

If you want to go where the wild things are, take your dad to the Louisville Zoo. Fathers get free admission on Sunday. The event will include Zoo keepers talking about fathers in the wild.

And if betting on horses is something dad is interested in, general admission to Churchill Downs on Father's Day is $5. The track is also offering a Father's Day combo: a reserved box seat, race day program, draft beer or souvenir soda and a hot dog for $15.

Wherever you decide to take dad, businesses are ready. 

"We are excited to see people treat their dad and give him the day off," Segoviano said. "Let him step away from the grill, and we'll take over."

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