When planning for Father’s Day, it can be tough. For even the most modern dad, their interests usually include their family, food and football. Which is exactly why we choose six great restaurants that will satisfy any papa. Why? Because no matter where you choose, he will leave fed to the fullest.
And to replace football, we found a couple of spots that will be airing the Miami Heat game. One that is even giving out free beer for just being a fan.
La Gloutonnerie 81 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Have that dad who is always looking for the hottest new eatery in the 305? Well, La Gloutonnerie, the new South of Fifth French vintage kitchen, is opening its doors to celebrate Father’s Day “family style.” Not only is the food delicious, but the restaurant itself is very Old World traditions meets modern Miami. And for the child not sure what to get dad this Father’s Day, there is no need to worry when dining here. Any pops that come in to La Gloutonnerie will leave with their very own present from the restaurant, a $50 gift certificate valid for their next visit.
Reservations: (305) 503-3811
Edge Steak & Bar 1435 Brickell Avenue, Miami
Does burgers and beer sound like your dad’s ideal afternoon? Lunch at Edge Steak & Bar will make him very, very happy this Sunday then. They are going all out with a special just for pops. Suggest their Dad Burger: a fire grilled 8-oz. Creekstone Farms burger, bacon, ham, aged American cheddar, a fried egg, pickles and a sesame seed bun. If his mouth isn’t watering from that, it is also served with house cut fries, a glass of Cigar City beer, and a cigar. Let us not forget that it includes a very Father’s Day inspired take-home bag filled with a cigar cutter, spice rub, hot sauce and a voucher for their next visit.
RSVP: (305) 381-3190
Wood Tavern 2531 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami
If your father owns a fedora, loves Facebook and wants nothing more than to hang out with your friends, Wood Tavern is a great place for him. Each and every Sunday from 3 to 9 p.m., they rock out the day with a Backyard Boogie. And it’s everything you would expect from a great BBQ: grill-masters firing up ribs, burgers, and vegetarian options. While the DJ spins great old-school hip-hop, feel free to sip on $5 sangria and spiked lemonade.
RSVP: (305) 748-2828 for questions
Cheeseburger Baby 1505 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Cheeseburger Baby on South Beach has become famous for many things in their 11 years of existence. Most of the time, it’s their magnificent meat and A-list celebrity clientele. But this Sunday, it will be for their love of dads. Their famous baby cheeseburgers will be on special for $2 and cold Pabst Blue Ribbons only $1. And for just bringing your father, you will receive 10% off your entire meal. Looking for a great place to watch the game? For just for wearing a Miami Heat shirt to the restaurant, a free beer will be waiting for you in their newly renovated backyard party palace.
RSVP: (305) 531-7300 for questions
Coral Gables Restaurant Week Coral Gables
If your father considers himself a foodie, Coral Restaurant Week will be the perfect option to satisfy his palate. With over 30 participating restaurants, each location is offering at least 20% savings off the regular menu items. But be sure to head out and get your satisfying savings this Sunday – restaurant week ends that day.
RSVP: hcoralgablesrestaurantweek.com for details
Vida 4441 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
For the fancy dad, the Fontainbleau Miami Beach is where to take him. It might cost you a pretty penny at $59 per person, but with all that you get, it’s well worth it. Start with the create your own omelet station, then over to the meat carving table, make a stop at the raw bar and top it off with their desert cart. Did we mention that we left out about 6 other options they will have available? Don’t forget it includes unlimited mimosas or bloody mary’s. Perfect for the picky dad.
RSVP: (305) 674-4730