Father's Day is this weekend, and if you are still searching for a place to take your Dad to eat, look no further than this legendary steakhouse in Missouri!

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Father's Day should be celebrated with a steak that Dad doesn't have to make himself. And if there is one thing a Dad loves more than a steak he didn't cook himself it's a steak from a restaurant that is nearly 100 years old and is filled with history!

According to Stlmag.com, Al's Restaurant in St. Louis, Missouri, is the Best Classic Steakhouse in all of St. Louis. On their site, they say this about Al's...

"The meat, pricey as it may be, is wondrous, and practically any special request will be honored. A spoken menu from an elegant display on a silver tray adds a special touch to those seeking to impress. Fabulous onion rings make a fine appetizer; fried eggplant is a close second."

If you want to learn more about Al's Restaurant, you can check out their website by clicking here! On their site, they say...

"Al's humble beginnings started as a tavern serving egg sandwiches to the dock, factory and railroad workers of the bustling, growing St. Louis riverfront."

What is on the menu at Al's Restaurant? Well, let's start with steaks, there is the Filet Mignon, the New York Strip, and of course the classic Beef Romano, plus Lobster, Lamb Chops, Pork Chops, and all the pasta you could ever dream of! To see the full menu for yourself click here!

Full disclosure, I have never been to Al's Restaurant, but I trust the recommendations from St. Louis Magazine, and I will just tell you that if I were surprised with a dinner at Al's for my Father's Day treat, I would be one happy guy!

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