Eat for Father’s Day on the palm beaches

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III Ribeye with Bone of the Fork

III forks

Sit for a hearty dinner at the Palm Beach Gardens Steakhouse or take it out for Father’s Day. Chef Tommy Nevill will be grilling and preparing a prime steak of his father’s choice, including an 8 oz. Filet Mignon, a 16 ounce. New York Stripe, 18 oz. Bone-in Ribeye or 22 oz. boneless ribeye. Click here to reserve.

Almond Palm Beach Father's Day Steak
Almond Palm Beach Father’s Day Steak

Almond palm beach

On Father’s Day, raise a glass to your father over a creative local dish. Almond Palm Beach prepares a whiskey aged Prime 32 oz. Ribeye, complete with two signature sides and an Old Fashioned or Cabernet for the special man in your life. Combine the first-class steak with a selection of raw vegetables such as fresh oysters, shrimp cocktails or lobster salad wraps. Finish with a warm sticky toffee date cake to let dad know how much you care.

Reservations are expressly desired and can be made here.

Photo courtesy Avocado Cantina
Photo courtesy Avocado Cantina

Avocado Cantina

“As a father, I know how special this day is,” says Chef and owner of Avocado Cantina, Julien Gremaud. “I am honored that families spend their day with us. We will have incredible offers for everyone. “

Father’s Day specials at Palm Beach Gardens restaurants include Achiote Modelo Costillas and Mole Short Rib. The restaurant also offers the full brunch and evening menus. Reservations are recommended.

Café Boulud

For the fathers who enjoy a luxurious stay at the Brazilian Court Hotel in Palm Beach, the chef at Café Boulud, Dieter Samijn, prepares special menu additions, including the renowned DB burger and a prime rib steak, so that the fathers can relax.

Chef Rolando Anoceto serves a 16 oz.  Niman Ranch Pork Chop on Father's Day.  Photo from Think.Shop
Chef Rolando Anoceto serves a 16 oz. Niman Ranch Pork Chop on Father’s Day. Photo from Think.Shop

City cellar

The head chef of the Rosemary Square restaurant (and proud father of two children) Rolando Anoceto serves convivial brunch, lunch and dinner to match Father’s Day. The day’s dining options range from crème brlée French toast and avocado toast for brunch to a 16 oz. Boneless, Dry Aged Ribeye, and 16 oz. Niman Ranch pork chop for dinner. Reservations are recommended.

Maine lobster roll at City Oyster
Maine lobster roll at City Oyster

City oyster

Father’s Day at Delray Beach Resto features a plethora of brunch and lunch specials from Chef Jordan Stilley, including a Maine lobster roll, Maryland-style jumbo crab cakes, and fresh fish and chips. Dads can wash down the delicious fare with unlimited mimosas and Bloody Marys for $ 16.

For dinner, seafood lovers will enjoy the sweet potato crusted mahi, shrimp and crab gumbo bowl, and braised veracruzana grouper. Raw bar fans can indulge in one of City Oyster’s seafood towers such as the Petite Plateau with oysters, littlenecks, cocktail prawns, and jumbo lump blue crab meat, or the Grand Plateau, a vertical masterpiece of king crab legs, oysters, littlenecks, cocktail prawns, and jumbo lumps blue crab meat. Reserve here.

Duffy’s sports grill

Duffy’s Sports Grill plans to celebrate Father’s Day all weekend! On June 19 and 20, Duffy’s grills hearty steak dishes and treats dads to a free first pint of beer.

Elisabetta's Father's Day Steak
Elisabetta’s Father’s Day Steak

Elisabettas

Fathers are invited to relax on the outdoor deck at Elisabetta’s Ristorante, Bar & Pizzeria on the West Palm Beach boardwalk or on Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach and enjoy hand-picked steaks, all served in-house dry-cured and bone-roasted garlic and rosemary.

Elisabetta’s also serves brunch on Saturdays and Sundays with bottomless Bloody Mary’s and Mimosas. Brunch dishes include eggs al forno on oven-roasted polenta with San Marzano sauce and pancetta and burrata toast with soft egg, bacon, vegetables, tomatoes and basil. Reserve here.

Florie's at Four Seasons Palm Beach, Dessert, image courtesy of Four Seasons
Photo courtesy Four Seasons

Flories

The Mediterranean-themed restaurant of the Four Seasons Palm Beach is holding a festive feast in honor of his father with entertainment surprises, local beer tastings and a tropical tiki bar, which includes a delicious brunch with raw food favorites, grill and seafood stations, wood-fired pizzas, breakfast classics and homemade sweets.

Flory’s Father’s Day Celebration is available for $ 195 per guest and $ 85 for children aged 8 and under. Reservations are required and can be booked through OpenTable.
Prawn risotto at Louie Bossi
Prawn risotto at Louie Bossi

Louie Bossis Ristorante, Bar & Pizzeria

The most popular dishes on the Boca Raton restaurant’s Father’s Day menu include scottadito, grilled Australian lamb chops cooked on the wood grill with chili oil and aioli for risotto al gamberini e funghi or shrimp risotto with mushrooms. The popular Italian eatery also serves brunch this weekend with bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys, as well as delicious specials. Reserve here.

PB Catch Steamed Lobsters.  Photo by Jordan Wilonna
PB Catch Steamed Lobsters. Photo by Jordan Wilonna

PB catch

On Father’s Day, the PB Catch Seafood & Raw Bar in Palm Beach celebrates Papa with two exclusive menu specials: a whole steamed Maine lobster and a delicious Surf & Turf with a 1.5-pound Maine lobster and an 8-ounce Lobster. Filet Mignon. In addition to the specials, dads receive a free drink of their choice. To make reservations for Father’s Day, call (561) 655-5558.

Pistache French bistro

The French bistro in downtown West Palm Beach celebrates Father’s Day with delicious brunch and dinner specials. Fathers can start their special day with a summer truffle polenta with freshly grated black summer truffles, roasted forest mushrooms, poached eggs, frisée and a roasted garlic and black truffle jus; or a pork belly BLT with roasted green tomatoes dusted with cornmeal, Cajun tartar sauce, baby rocket and fried egg on a toasted brioche bun.

For dads who are in the mood for dinner, dine on crispy Spanish octopus with kimchi cauliflower, Korean BBQ sauce and herb salad or a hearty Duo de Boeuf made from ribs braised in red wine, pan-fried petit fillet, horseradish fries puree , roasted carrots and marrow bordelaise.

Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling (561) 833-5090.

Viva La Playa serves a festive
On Father’s Day, Viva La Playa serves a festive “Lobster Pop”. Photo courtesy of Jupiter Compass

Viva La Playa

Head to Lake Worth Beach on June 19th for Chef Jeremy Hanlon’s “Craw Daddy Boil” from 2pm to 5pm. Viva La Playa’s twist on a classic lobster cook is being hosted by the KVJ Show for the benefit of Palm Beach Gardens in partnership with Virginia -based nonprofit, Little Smiles.

On June 20, Viva La Playa is hosting a festive lobster pot dinner from 4pm to 9pm, which will be renamed “Lobster Pop” to celebrate the lawn fest. Reserve here.



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