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Guide to Best Steaks for Father’s Day

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Father’s Day and backyard grilling go together like dad and a delicious steak dinner. Celebrated on Sunday June 16, 2024, Father’s Day is the perfect day to spend outdoors grilling up some of dad’s favorites. Here is a guide to the best steaks for Father’s Day or any day of the year!

Father’s Day Steaks

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Bone-In French Ribeye

Wow dad this Father’s Day with a Bone-In French Ribeye. Whether you call it a Cowboy Chop, a Cowboy Ribeye, or a French Ribeye, the Bone-In French Ribeye is abundantly marbled, impressive in size as well as thickness, and succulent in full-body flavor. It will not disappoint! If you really want to pull out all the stops for Father’s Day, try a Large French Ribeye. Show dad he is a one-of-a-kind original by giving him the very best with this distinct cut of meat.


Filet Mignon

Foodie fathers everywhere will enjoy this elegant cut of grass-fed steaks. Lean, luscious, and tender, a filet mignon will melt in dad’s mouth with every bite. Choose from a 3-ounce cut, a 6-ounce cut, or a 9-ounce cut. It is Father’s Day after all and you know what they say, go big or go home.

This delicate cut can be served whole or sliced for an elegant presentation. If Dad is a fan of chefs and cooking shows, channel your inner Gordon Ramsay and prepare this Beef Wellington for a fancy Father’s Day dinner.  (Also available for kabob cuts).


New York Strip Steak

A classic steak known for its juicy flavor and tenderness, the New York Strip is perfect for dads who like to keep things classy. Watch the crowds gather around the backyard as you grill up one of dad’s favorite steaks over the glow of a sizzling flame. Serve with roasted potatoes sprinkled with a dash of Rosemary for a classic steak dinner everyone will enjoy, especially dad. Available in petite, large, or kabob cuts.

If the dads in your life like a mouthful of flavor, channel your culinary creativity and try these New York Strip Steak recipes:

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Petite Ribeye Steak with Porcini Aleppo Rub | By Shauna Gilbert

Ribeye Steak

Known for their internal marbling, Ribeye Steaks are rich and robust. Full of juicy flavor, true steak lovers will appreciate and enjoy the flavor of a perfectly grilled, gourmet, grass-fed Ribeye Steak. The generous marbling of fat throughout each cut makes the Ribeye Steak the champion of grilled steaks, but they can also be enjoyed cooked in the oven or on the stovetop. The hearty cut of a Ribeye Steak pairs perfectly with dads who enjoy the finer things in life. Choose from 8 ounces, 12 ounces, or 15 ounces.

Dad, and the entire family, will love these Ribeye Steak recipes:



Sirloin Steak

Moderately-tender, versatile and well-flavored, the Sirloin Steak goes great with any Father’s Day feast. Sirloin Steaks are especially perfect for kabobs like these Chimichurri Sirloin Kabobs or these Easy Beef Top Sirloin Kabobs. Snag some skewers at the local grocery store and create one-of-a-kind creations as unique as the fathers in your life. Choose from petite or large.

If you’re serving up a Father’s day breakfast or brunch before you hit the fishing hole or golf links, whip up an order of Sirloin Steak and Eggs. Planning a Father’s Day dinner? Try one of these other Sirloin Steak recipes, all perfect for hungry dads.


Tip: If you are new to cooking steak, check out these four amazing ways to season steak.

Father’s Day is all about the dads in your life. Whether you are celebrating with a dad, a grandfather, a great-grandfather, an uncle, or a man who’s been a father figure in your life, nothing says “thank you” better than a perfectly grilled steak. Happy Father’s Day everyone!


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Ashley Martens is a Health and Wellness Writer based in Chicago, IL. With a background in digital marketing coupled with her knowledge of general nutrition and a lifelong passion for all things health, wellness, fitness and nutrition, Ashley offers a healthy alternative to traditional writing. You can learn more about Ashley and her writing on her portfolio.