Father's Day 2016 Brunches in Miami

After taking Mom out for some mimosas on Mother's Day, its time to show dad some love. And though giving him a homemade picture frame may have cut it when you were a kid, it's harder to find the perfect present now that you're an adult. This Father's Day, treat Dad to one of the restaurants below. As with all holidays, reservations are strongly encouraged, and prices don't include tax and gratuity. 

American Social
Celebrate your pops with an all-American à la carte brunch in Brickell this Sunday. Specialty items include chicken 'n' waffles, duck confit hash, steak Benedict, and chicken BLAT. From 11 a.m to 4 p.m, adults can enjoy endless Belvedere bloody marys or Moët mimosas for $39.95 with the purchase of a brunch entrée. For reservations, call 305-223-7004. 

Executive chef Michael Fiorello will offer a fresh à la carte brunch with locally caught fish and antibiotic-free meats. The menu includes Florida stone crab claws ($45), Key West shrimp ($12), a double cheeseburger ($22), and a variety of flatbreads. 

Blue Collar
Give Dad the best comfort food with a sweet and savory brunch at Blue Collar. From 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., enjoy classic eggs Benedict, fluffy pancakes, and the famous duck McMuffin. The lineup of desserts includes butterscotch Heath Bar bread pudding. Each father will receive a complimentary beer with his meal to toast the celebration. For reservations, call 305-374-4635.
Campton Yard
Celebrity chef and soon-to-be dad Spike Mendelsohn will launch his monthly brunch series at the Campton Yard this Sunday. Located at the back of the Hall in South Beach, the outdoor hangout will offer guests a laid-back alfresco environment perfect for celebrating dads. The brunch will run from noon to 3 p.m. and include creative dishes such as guava and mascarpone breakfast lasagna ($14), pancake-batter pigs in a blanket ($10), and the three o' five dog ($10) — a crisp hot dog with fried egg, maduros, red onion, habanero pepper, guava barbecue sauce, and papitas. Dads will receive a complimentary bloody mary with their meal. Twenty-five bucks gets papas bottomless beer, and bottomless mimosas or bloody marys cost $30. For more information, call 786-605-2011. 

Cibo Restaurant & Wine Bar 
This Italian eatery will be offering a bubbles and brunch celebration this Sunday at both its Coral Gables and Miami Beach locations. Buffet items include shrimp ceviche, smoked meats and cheese, breakfast pastries, and a pizza station. Brunch will be served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m and is priced at $35 dollars per person. 

City Hall Brunch at Jungle Island 

Take a walk on the wild side by treating dad to the beloved City Hall brunch at Jungle Island. Chef Luis Lopez will serve favorites such as fried chicken and cornflake-crusted French toast, braised beef short ribs, vanilla bean pancakes, and chocolate chip bourbon bread pudding. The gospel-jazz-inspired brunch will include special performances by Maryel Epps from 12:30 to 3 p.m., and brunch will be served from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The cost is $39.95 per adult and $22.95 per child. Reservations and payment are required in advance by calling 305-400-7212.  
Edge Steak & Bar at the Four Seasons Hotel
Embrace a farm-to-table philosophy by dining at Edge Steak & Bar this Father's Day. This extensive brunch buffet includes made-to-order barbecue, fresh seafood, caja china pork, and a variety of fresh desserts. Adults dine for $75, while children 5 to 12 eat for $35. Bottomless booze costs an additional $20. For more information, call 305-381-3190.

The Forge Restaurant & Wine Bar
Esquire named the Forge "a restaurant men should know about," so this Miami Beach mainstay is a must for Father's Day. Treat Dad to a special menu for two for $115. For reservations, call 305-538-8533.

II Mulino New York at Acqualina Resort & Spa
Brunch guests will enjoy a beautiful spread of carved meats, omelets, pastas, salads, assorted cheeses, a raw bar, colorful fruits, and pastries for $65. Add $20 for unlimited mimosas, bellinis, bloody marys, mojitos, and prosecco. Children under 13 dine for $35. For reservations, call 305-466-9191.

Kitchen 305

Located inside the Newport Beachside Hotel & Resort, Kitchen 305 offers king-cut prime rib accompanied by oysters Rockefeller, stuffed baked potato, and asparagus for $33. In addition, specialty martinis are 15 percent off, draft beers are 20 percent off, and bottles of wine are 10 percent off. For more information, call 305-749-2110. 

The Lido Bayside Grill at the Standard Spa
Soak up some sun and enjoy the Standard's Mediterranean inspired cuisine. À la carte brunch items include char-grilled octopus ($27), mussels a la plancha ($17), and mahi-mahi tacos ($19). There's also a sprawling menu of cocktails and nonalcoholic beverages to choose from, including a delicious coconut lemonade. For more information, call 305-673-1717. 
Lique Miami
This luxe eatery celebrates dads with a three-course brunch for $22.22 per person. Fathers who order a Chivas Regal 25-year cocktail will receive a complimentary XM Blue Label cigar. For more information, call 305-705-02425. 

Los Fuegos at La Faena 
Los Fuegos will host a traditional Argentine asado. The prix fixe will feature brunch favorites created by executive chef Francis Mallmann. Fathers will enjoy a live musical performance by Javier Garcia and endless bellinis, mimosas, and bloody marys. Priced at $95 for adults and $35 for children 5 to 12, the brunch will run from noon to 4 p.m. For reservations, call 786-655-5610. 

Treat the old man to a savory brunch at Mignonette. The menu features fresh oysters, savory quiches, and fried shellfish po'boys. From 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., each dad will receive a complimentary Narragansett beer to celebrate. For reservations, call 305-374-4635. 
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