Father’s Day Miami Restaurant Guide 2020
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This Sunday, June 21st, is Father’s Day and it is time to plan how you will greet dear old Papa.
A great way to show him some love is to treat him to a meal. Whether you think he’ll start his special day with a bottomless brunch or grill his favorite cuts of meat in his backyard, check out the list below for the best options. Prices do not include delivery charges, taxes, or tips.
3540 Main Hwy., Coconut Grove
Chef Michael Beltran’s Coconut Grove restaurant celebrates Father’s Day with a Parrillada family special that includes grilled NY strip steak, morcilla, and grilled chicken breast, served with a homemade steak sauce, anchovy butter, creamy yucca, and green salad. The special serves three ($ 125). Toast Dad with signature cocktails like Dimelo Viejo made from Santa Teresa rum, Chinola passion fruit liqueur, mint and sparkling wine (US $ 12) or Papa’s Old Fashioned, a mix of Russell’s rye, aganorsa tobacco syrup and bitters (US $ 12 ). Father’s Day dinner from 5pm to 10pm
2500 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
5335 NW 87th Avenue, Doral
The Spanish gastro bar offers a brunch menu for $ 27. Dad can choose from starters like grilled flatbread with Mahón cheese, poached egg, caramelized onion, oyster mushrooms, and bacon; a dish of watermelon, Roma tomatoes, crispy Serrano ham, truffle honey and goat cheese; or chickpea stew. The second courses include typical huevos bulla, eggs with homemade potato chips, Serrano ham, potato foam and truffle oil; Chicken and waffles; and bistec a caballo. The dessert list includes churros with chocolate sauce and dulce de leche; Coconut flan served with passion fruit sorbet; and waffles with Nutella, chocolate flakes, white chocolate Chantilly and roasted almonds. Add in a 2-hour bottomless sangria and mimosa option for $ 28 per guest.
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Lamb entrance from Casa D’Angelo
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1201 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale
Casa D’Angelo serves a plethora of special dishes to celebrate the father figure in your life. There are two entrees to choose from: charred cervellata sausage over Roman artichoke and arugula salad, shaved reggiano, and lemon oil ($ 18); or Mediterranean seafood salad with octopus, calamari, and shrimp, served over shaved fennel and orange salad ($ 26). Mains include short rib ravioli with a pea and ricotta crema and fresh summer truffle shavings ($ 32); Homemade potato and rapini gnocchi in a sauce of braised lamb ragout Tuscan style (USD 28) or grilled, dry-aged Kansas City steak, served with wild mushrooms roasted in sea salt and fresh potato souffle with black truffle (USD 58). Dad can treat his sweet tooth with pistachio and chocolate profiteroles ($ 14). Bottled wines at half price.
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1035 N. Miami Ave., Miami
Spice up your Father’s Day meeting at home with the “Pork and Charcuterie Feast” of this Persian-European restaurant, a set consisting of sweet garlic sausage, six pieces of pretzel and pork broth and seasoned cheddar sausage links as well as smoked bacon platter, mustard, daikon and cabbage sauerkraut, plus half a dozen fresh Florida farm eggs and four challah buns. The kit costs $ 85 and serves four to six people. Pick-up and delivery orders must be made one day in advance.
Canvas kitchen and tequileria
321 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale
On the oceanfront terrace of this Mexican restaurant, enjoy an all-you-can-eat two-hour special of “al carbón, al aire fresco, and bottomless beer,” which consists of rock steak, grilled chicken pulpo, and bottomless Mexican beer. Micheladas and mimosas. The cost is $ 32 per person. Sunday from 11.30 a.m. to 11 p.m.
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Butter cake at Mastro
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3000 NE 32nd Avenue, Fort Lauderda leather
On this Father’s Day, hone your grilling skills with this restaurant’s special kits that feature meat selections such as the Kansas City Strip, Bone Ribeye, and Wagyu Tomahawk Chop. together with the typical side dishes of garlic mashed potatoes, lobster mac ‘n’ cheese, cream corn and wild mushrooms with black truffle butter. Don’t forget the butter cake for dessert. The cost ranges from $ 120 to $ 210. The restaurant’s three-bottle wine package is available for $ 125.
Michelle Bernstein Catering
Chef Michelle Bernstein has put together a special Dad’s Supper Sunday Package. Beef, veal and Italian sausage balls are on the menu; handmade cavatelli with characteristic plum tomato sauce from Nonna; buttery garlic bread; and Italian-American salad served with red wine vinaigrette. The dessert is classic tiramisu. There’s also broccolini and broccoli rabe toasted with garlic and chives ($ 12), Italian charcuterie with cheese and olives ($ 24), and traditional vanilla pod pancotta ($ 12). The package sleeps four ($ 99) to six people ($ 145). Meals will be delivered by 5pm on Saturday, June 20th
Red south beach
119 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach Miami
Pamper Dad with Red’s Master Chef Box, which includes two Butcher Ribeyes, two Butcher New York Strips, Red Signature Spice Rubs, a bottle of Maker’s Mark Bourbon, and a red apron, all wrapped in a reusable Red Butcher Shop cooler bag ($ 250.). ).
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Seven-course brunch gift box from Semilla.
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1330 Alton Road, Miami Beach
Chef’s father Frederic Joulin offers a seven-course brunch box to take away and deliver. Includes avocado toast and smoked salmon with green salad; Quinoa with tomatoes and cucumber and scrambled eggs with chives. There are also servings of organic fried chicken and waffles with watermelon and honey. For a sweet finish, share various simple and small chocolate croissants, strawberry cakes, and fresh fruit and berries. The box serves two people and costs $ 92. Orders must be placed one day in advance.