June 1, 2021
Dining with Dad on Father's Day
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Dad's been working hard, so it would be nice to do a little something special on this day. If you're not sure about what do get him, you cannot go wrong with a very nice dinner at a very exquisite place. This Father’s Day exempts your dad from the duty of cooking a grill and take him out to something really fun, relaxing, sporting or treat him to a nice meal.
Miami offers a lot of choices to the food buffs simply because of the wide range of cuisines that cater to the taste buds of people ranging from local dishes to international dishes. There are a lot of restaurants that will serve your taste buds.We've gathered some places that are bound to make this day memorable (and instagrammable) for dad for many years to come.
CH’I Opens in Brickell City Centre
The much-anticipated concept will fully open to the public on June 18th with Chino-Latino fare, craft cocktails, and late-night DJ and lounge with bottle service.
Location: 701 S Miami Ave #339a in Miami’s Brickell City Centre
Traymore by Michael Schwartz
Celebrate Dad with your family at Traymore by Michael Schwartz Sunday Brunch with items such as Wok Charred Salmon, Genuine’s Egg Benedict, or the fan favorite Grass-Fed Beef Double Cheeseburger. No brunch is complete without a cocktail, in honor of Father’s Day Traymore by Michael Schwartz will offer a Clonkilty Whiskey Flight ($19) along with a complimentary gift box with purchase
of the flight.
Celebrate Dad with your family at Traymore by Michael Schwartz Sunday Brunch with items such as Wok Charred Salmon, Genuine’s Egg Celebrate Father’s Day to an amazing Sunday he’ll never forget. Join Nikki Beach from 11a.m. to 4p.m. for a delicious Amazing Sundays brunch spread and a specialty cocktail package complete with a gift box for dad. Nikki Beach is also offering their specialty “Day La Vie” cocktail made with Bourbon Whiskey, Amaro Montenegro, Gentian Liqueur, and Lemon Juice. Nikki Beach will be gifting guests who order a special Nikki Beach branded gift box that features a rocks glass and a laser engraved slate coaster.
Bodega Taqueria y Tequila’s
Looking for a special treat for Dad on Father’s Day? Celebrate dad at Bodega South Beach (1220 16th St) or Fort Lauderdale (21 Las Olas Blvd) locations, with their delicious Taco Box and Modelo Special for $10 from 11:30 AM- 6 PM.
If you're looking to enjoy Latin American Cuisine this Father’s Day try OLA Miami, an elegant restaurant located at the Gates Hotels in Miami Beach. In honor of Father’s Day, they are offering a NY Steak Strip Special ($52), which is a play on the traditional Cuban sandwich called “Pan Con Bistec.“ Made with a NY strip steak, chimichurri sauce, micro green heirloom tomato salad, queso fresco, and moscatel vinaigrette on freshly-baked focaccia bread, this open-faced take on a steak sandwich is the perfect dish for dad’s to indulge in. Diners can also feast on regular dinner menu items that highlight traditional Latin American specialties such as Pollo Criollo ($36), a Peruvian mint marinated Jidori chicken, served oversweet potato gnocchi, with ají amarillo sauce, walnut pesto and mushrooms escabeche; or the Lamb ($46), hazelnut crusted full rack of lamb with roasted beets, goat cheese truffle, mashed potato and lamb demi.
The contemporary, ingredient-forward concept located in the heart of Coral Gables is taking families on a culinary journey with a Mediterranean BBQ. From Noon-10PM, for $75 per guests can choose from items from a three-course prix fixe menu ($75++ per person) highlighting various regions throughout the Mediterranean basin. Choice of desserts are included as well and diners can opt for a Wine Pairing Experience and pair each course with a unique blend of wines ($39 per person) or a Spirit Pairing Experience with a spirit or craft cocktail paired with each course ($45 per person). A Children’s Menu is also available ($25++ per child).
5 unique father's day gift
Giving a thoughtful gift to your dad feels much more special than in previous years, particularly as we resurface and begin to reconnect with our families in person.