Milwaukee Father’s Day Brunch Offers Opportunity to Pay Tribute to Dad At Zak’S Café

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Zak’s Café’ is hosting a tremendous Father’s Day Brunch in Milwaukee. Dad’s Day celebration offers buffet selections of man-food that everyone will enjoy.

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With the grass cut and other chores accomplished on Saturday, it’ll be time to thank Dad on Sunday. Allow the king of the castle to eat like one, by treating Dad to a special meal at the tastiest Milwaukee Father’s Day Brunch at Zak’s Café in the Third Ward.

On June 16th, starting at 9 AM, the whole family will enjoy a delicious twist on brunch favorites until 3 PM. Whether it’s a custom omelet, succulent prime rib, or stuffed quail, Zak’s is sure to provide tastes that will showcase your appreciation for all that your Dad does.

Zak’s Father’s Day Brunch will feature a full breakfast spread, complete with omelet station, BBQ ribs, baked salmon in puffed pastries, prime rib, stuffed quail, and of course plenty of delicious desserts.

Zak’s Café is sure to provide Dad and your family a memorable Milwaukee Father’s Day Brunch. This modern restaurant is located in a beautifully renovated building at 231 South Second Street in Milwaukee’s artsy Third Ward / Walker's Point area. The cost is only $24.95, or $12.95 for kids 12 and under. Reservations are not required, but strongly suggested to ensure everybody is seated promptly.

About Zak’s Café

Zak’s Café is a Milwaukee deli and restaurant located in a newly renovated building at 231 South Second Street in the 5th Ward / Walker's Point area. Zak’s Café serves quality breakfast, lunch and dinner daily—prepared with the freshest of ingredients.

Zak’s breakfast menu is available until 3 pm Monday through Friday, with brunch served from 7 am to 3 pm on Saturday and Sunday. Zak's offers Milwaukee lunch delivery service to local businesses, pickup service for breakfast, lunch and early dinner (orderable online or by phone), catering, and full service special event menu service.

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