Looking for some last-minute Father’s Day dining ideas? Here are a few:
3800 Ocean is serving a buffet-style brunch that includes classics like Eggs Benedict and 3800 favorites like the fresh, local-catch ceviche. Brunch goes from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and costs $48 for adults and $16 for kids younger than 12. For an additional $14, you get bottomless Bloody Marys, Bellinis or Mimosas. And it goes without saying that brunch is served with a heaping side of oceanfront views. 3800 Ocean: In the Singer Island Marriott, 3800 Ocean Drive, Singer Island; 561-340-1795; 3800OceanRestaurant.com
Big Time Restaurant Group eateries are offering Dad half-priced draft and bottled beers with the purchase of an entrée throughout Sunday (limit two half-priced beers per person). Kids younger than 10 eat free from the children’s menu when accompanying Dad. Big Time restaurants include Grease Burger (213 Clematis St., West Palm Beach; 561-651-1075), City Cellar at CityPlace (700 S. Rosemary Ave., West Palm Beach; 561-366-0071); and City Oyster (213 E. Atlantic Ave.; 561-272-0220).
Duffy’s locations are celebrating Dad with an $11.99 NY strip dinner on Sunday. And if you “like” Duffy’s page on Facebook, you can be eligible to win a free round of golf for four at PGA National Resort & Spa. (Search “Duffy’s Sports Grill” on Facebook.) Online: DuffysMVP.com
WORTH A DRIVE:
Steak 954, at Fort Lauderdale’s W Hotel, is serving sumptuous, seaside brunch and dinner menus on Father’s Day, complete with hand-rolled cigars and specialty cocktails. Brunch dishes include a duck confit hash with poached eggs and potato cakes, and sweet brioche bacon beignets. Dinner offerings include an 18-ounce Kansas City strip and tuna tartare. For dessert, dig into a chocolate stout soufflé with caramelized coffee bean ice cream. Steak 954: Located in the W Hotel, 401 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale; 954-414-8333; Starr-Restaurant.com/steak954
Cobalt restaurant, inside the Vero Beach Hotel and Spa, is hosting a Father’s Day barbecue and local craft beer tasting. On the grill: flank steak, ribs and Angus burgers. Also on the menu: fried catfish, braised pork shoulder, baked beans and Cobalt slaw. The barbecue, which costs $25 per person, is from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday on the first level of the resort. Cobalt Restaurant and Lounge: 3500 Ocean Drive, Vero Beach; 772-469-1060; KimptonHotels.com
Alberto’s Famous Family Trattoria, an eatery serving hearty Italian classics such as chicken Parmigiano, sausage and peppers, stuffed rigatoni and a wide assortment of pizza, has opened in Tequesta’s County Line Plaza. Alberto’s: 518 U.S. Highway 1 N., Tequesta; 561-747-6405; open Monday through Sunday from 11 a.m. through 10 p.m.
Time to Eat, a diner serving an extensive menu of American-style comfort dishes, opened recently in Tequesta. The eatery, which is the sister restaurant to Alberto’s, in the same plaza, moved into the space formerly occupied by The Lobster House. Time to Eat Diner: 716 U.S. Highway 1, Tequesta; 561-744-9768
Stephane’s Steak and Seafood, at 2006 NW Executive Center Circle in Boca Raton, closed last week. The place was acquired by private investors, according to a release issued by the restaurant.