Foolproof Father’s Day Dining

Epic burger at The Beauty and The Beeeef

1. Beauty and the Beeeef, Wellington

Dad will rejoice in the indulgent options offered at one of Wellington’s newest eateries, Beauty and the Beeef. This dining den serves up cherished staples including angus beef burgers, poutine, grilled cheese sandwiches paired with Campbell’s soup, and a variety of mac and cheese. If Dad choses to channel his inner foodie, perhaps the Epic Burger is a selection worth exploring. It features a quadruple beef patty, cream brie, smoked bacon, melted peanut butter, portobello mushroom sauce, and is crowned with a fried KatKat on a brioche bun. Don’t forget to drop the Father’s Day password (“Han Solo”) to receive 50 percent off Dad’s meal. (561-612-4511)

2. MIA Kitchen & Bar, Delray Beach

Start the day off right with a leisurely morning-into-afternoon Father’s Day feast at MIA Kitchen and Bar. Dad will leave feeling satisfied after getting his fill of selections like barbecue-spiced shrimp and grits, pineapple upside down French toast, and Boss Hog Hash loaded with pork belly, ham, smoked pork shoulder, onions, potatoes, honey-chili butter, and a poached egg. If Dad isn’t a morning person, don’t fret. MIA Kitchen & Bar’s Father’s Day celebrations will extend through dinner. Evening specials will include a 22-ounce bone-in cowboy steak, 14-ounce pork chops, and a 10-ounce grass-fed beef burger with havarti cheese, lettuce, onion, tomato, bacon, homemade tomato jam, and roasted garlic aioli. Whatever time you choose to celebrate, Dad will receive 50 percent off wine, beer, and spirits. Cheers! (561-499-2200)

3. The Parched Pig, Palm Beach Gardens

Spoil Dad with a few of his favorite things: barbecue, beer, and bourbon. The Parched Pig will honor Pops on Saturday, June 16, with a special discounted menu featuring $2 PBR, $8 Old Fashioned cocktails, and $5 barbecue plates served with smoked pork shoulder, vinegar barbecue sauce, country sausage, coleslaw, cornbread, and pickles. Regional oysters, scallop ceviche, charcuterie, and cocktails from the watering hole’s new summer menu will also be available for purchase. (561-360-3063)

4. Okeechobee Steakhouse, West Palm Beach

Is Dad a traditional kind of guy? Treat him to a timeless dinner at the oldest steak house in Florida. Okeechobee Steakhouse will celebrate Dad by serving a select number of oversized tomahawk steaks paired with exclusive wines and bourbons. Or, opt for an evening at home with no shortage of flavor. The 1947 Gourmet Meat Market will have dad grill-ready with mouthwatering selections of soaked 27-ounce, 55-day dry-aged bone-in rib eye cowboy steaks. (561-683-5151) (561-570-7200)

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