Father’s Day Feasts

Treat dad to brunch, lunch or dinner out on the town this Sunday…

  • 72 Bar & Grill beckons dads with a  $29.95 surf & turf feast. Chooses one of restaurant’s nine burgers and enjoy with a  lobster tail and tall, cold beer. We’re thinking the Jauncho burger with cheddar cheese, sunny side up egg, bacon and chimichurri sauce, call 786-369-1671 for info and reservations.
  • Area 31 celebrates dads and the families who love them with a three-hour brunch featuring bottomless mimosas, bloody Mary’s, proescco and fresh juices. Food highlights include Long Island duck, chilled oysters and lobster ravioli. And all dads can walk away with a free cigar. $55 per person, $22 for kids 6-15. Call 305-424-5234 for info and reservations.
  • Asia de Cuba woos dads with a decadent brunch featuring Maine lobster and blue crab omelettes, ropa vieja and Cuban black bean and edamame salad. Dad’s first mimosa, bloody Mary or belini is on the house. $42 per person, call 305-504-1940 for info & reservations.
  • Blue Door at the Delano treats dad to one free beer, bloody Mary or well cocktail then invites the whole family to an a la carte brunch faeturing blue crab cakes and eggs and chocolate Belgian waffles. Call 305-674-6400 for info and reservations.
  • Brio Tuscan Grille opens for an a la carte brunch at 10am. Feast on Italian eats or fruit and ricotta crepes topped with fruit, granola and vanilla cheese. Call 954-362-1600 for info and reservations.
  • Bulldog Barbecue woos families by offering kids one free entree from the “puppy chow” menu on Father’s Day. Extra bonus – purchsae a gift card for $50 or more and take home a free bottle of Bulldog Rub. Call 305-931-9244 for info & reservations.
  • Cantina Laredo gives Father’s Day a Mexican twist with an 8oz peppercorn filet, the Casa Rita margarita and a Sunday brunch stocked with complimentary Bloody Mary’s and mimosas. Call 954-457-7662 for info and reservations.
  • Chima Brazilian Steakhouse woos dads to Fort Lauderdale with extended hours and discounted process on the all-you-can-eat meet & salad bar feast. Lunch from noon-3:30pm and pay $39.50 a person or dine from 4:30-9pm and pay $49.50. Call 954-712-0580 for info and reservations.
  • Eos treats dads to a brunch buffet and flight of four beers. Dig into a roasted whole lamb, Italian eggs benedict, sushi and a kebab grill. Indoor and outdoor seating available. $58 for adults (includes a complimentary beer flight), $30 for kids. Call 305-503-0373 for info and reservations.
  • Essensia at the Palms amps up its regular Sunday brunch with a fajita bar stocked with free range chicken, marinated skirt steak and Key West shrimp; a carving station outfitted with grass-fed prime rib and roasted leg of lamp; and $12 pichers of mojitos and Bloods Mary’s.  $39 per person (includes one glass of prosecco or mimosa), $19 for kids under 13. Call 305-908-5458 for info and reservations.
  • Fontana at the Biltmore celebrates Father’s Day with a four-course feast. Menu highlights include lobster salad; orecchiette tossed with garlic, tomato, broccolini and homemade Italian sausage; and an 8oz center cut filet. $59 per person, $99 with wine pairing. Call 305-913-3200 for info & reservations.
  • Bring dad to the Grill on the Alley for a special a la carte “Prime menu” featuring a 16oz bone-in filet, a 25oz prime porterhouse and a 30oz tomahawk rib chop. Call 305-466-7195 for info and reservations.
  • Jaguar Ceviche and Talavera Cocina Mexicana are wooing dads with a free glass of wine and live music from 2:30-4:30pm. Regular a la carte menus will be in place. Call 305-444-0216 for Jaguar and 305-444-2955 for Talavera.
  • La Marea at the Tides treats foodie fathers to a dads-only Art of the Grill cooking class exploring the ins and outs of a great burger. The two-hour class features cocktails and concludes with a four-course burger feast paired with bacon-washed bourbon and a fine cigar. $65 for cooking class & dinner following, call 305-604-5070 for info and reservations.
  • Lucky Strike woos dads with a day of beers & bowling. Invest $39 and four people (including dad) can bowl for one hour with shoes. Extra bonus – dads bowl free and receive one free draft beer. Call 305-532-0307 for info and reservations.
  • The Mandarin Oriental treats dads to an a la carte “ultimate grill out” featuring Kobe beef burgers, chicken BLTs, beer, cocktails, flat screen TVs showcasing the World Cup and outdoor chair massages ($30 for 15 minutes). Call 305-913-8358 for info & reservations.
  • Morton’s treats dads to three steakhouse-friendly courses this Father’s Day. Menu highlights include baked five onion soup, center cut iceberg salad, double cut filet mignon, NY strip steak and carrot cake. Extra bonus – enter Morton’s online contest and win dinner for four.
  • Neomi’s Grill woos dads with brunch and daylong access to the Trump Resort’s pool and beach complex. Load up on made-to-order omelets, mini Angus burgers, swordfish tacos and a “dad’s dessert bar” then waddle to the pool for quality lounging. 11am-3pm, $50 per adult, $15 per kids 6-12. (2 adult brunch meals required for pool & beach access). Call 305-692-5770 for info and reservations.
  • The Setai goes highbrow with a jazz brunch soaked in unlimited Tattinger, Brut Prestige or Bloddy Mary’s. The buffet features Chinese, Thai and Indian stations outfitted with noodles & dim sum, Thai chicken wings, slow cooked Singaporean roast leg of lamp and home-smoked salmon. $85 per person, call 305-520-6400 for info and reservations.
  • Steak 954 treats dads to a few specialty brunch and dinner items this Father’s Day. New items include a 6oz filet and eggs with lyonnaise potatoes, a Chateau Briand 20oz center cut filet with roasted mushrooms and a 22oz Prime Creekstone Farms Burrata with heirloom tomatoes. Call 954-414-8333 for info & reservations


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