The great thing about Father's Day is that it usually doesn't require all the hoopla affiliated with Mother's Day for it to be a worthy celebration.
That's not to say our paternal progenitors are not less important than the other, but for the most part, dads tend for be on the
Taurus Beer & Whiskey House
This locals Coconut Grove gem has garnered recognition from many experts in the industry in recent years because of its extensive collection of whiskeys that you wouldn’t think to find in this cozy little tavern. It's a no-frills neighborhood bar that's the perfect setting for some
The Regent Cocktail Club
The speakeasy vibes of the Regent are topped only by its affinity for honoring the classics with style. If your father is an old-school kind of guy, he'll find himself awash in a pre-Prohibition time warp where one can just sit back and admire the vest-wearing bartenders plying their technique in a song and dance that sways you along with it till the last drop hits your glass. They'll pour one of the bars favorite cocktails, named for and inspired by Hemingway, the Papa Doble ($14).
The Bend Liquor Lounge
If your father is a laid-back local, take him to the Bend. "Liquor in the front,
Repour is not the kind of bar you'd expect in the lobby of a hotel (in this case the Albion), but it has succeeded at becoming one of the
Boxelder Craft Beer Market
Albeit a beer bar, Boxelder is an intimate one with a really cool vibe. This 2016 Best of Miami winner (for Best Beer Selection) is for dads who are either beer lovers or trendsetters. Spend Father's Day bonding over the latest from local craft breweries. If your father is frugal, he'll appreciate the $3 pints of Cigar City Invasion Pale Ale, $5
If your father is on the adventuresome side, visit this popular downtown watering hole around sunset hour, when the tunes are easy and the crowds are more subdued and take the time to admire the proper cocktail menu and extensive chalkboard beer menu. The Corner will host a Father's Day happy hour from 4 to 7 p.m. featuring $3 canned beers and $4 wells. Snack out on grilled cheese sammies and Chicago dogs for $3 each.
If your dad's outfit of choice includes slacks, floral shirts, and
The Broken Shaker
Dad usually handles barbecue duties, but
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