Father’s Day is around the corner, and there’s no better time to show Dad how much he means to you than on June 17.
With events and deals all over the Palm Beaches, it’s easy to plan a fun-filled day with all of his favorite things. Read on for our favorite ways to spend Father’s Day this year:
Cool Cars and Great Eats at CityPlace
The fun never stops at CityPlace—and on Father’s Day, the entertainment options for Dad will be endless. Browse the car show from noon to 4 p.m. and let him drool over his dream whip. A display of hot rods, muscle cars, exotic imports, vintage rides, supercars and more will take over Rosemary Avenue. Then, fuel up at various CityPlace restaurants offering Father’s Day specials. Opt for a $5 cheeseburger at BurgerFi; a large Mighty Meaty pizza and beer of choice for $30 at Mellow Mushroom; or a Southern-inspired brunch buffet at The Regional Kitchen & Public House from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., where all fathers will receive a complimentary cocktail of choice.
700 S. Rosemary Ave., West Palm Beach; 561.366.1000; cityplace.com
Father-Son Staycation at the Hilton West Palm Beach
Book a stay at the Hilton West Palm Beach for a father-son staycation complete with a tomahawk steak dinner at Galley, a private golf clinic, a guided bike tour of the contemporary art of downtown West Palm Beach, a private tour of Culture Lab and in-room extras such as a deconstructed cocktail kit with local favorite Island Company Rum. The package starts at $350 and provides easy access to the vintage car show at CityPlace.
600 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach; 561.231.6000; hilton.com
Father’s Day Feast at The Beauty and The Beeeef
Want to reward Dad with a feast fit for a king? Take him to Wellington’s new over-the-top burger bar, The Beauty and The Beeeef. Dad can select what he’d like to devour from a menu of carnivorous dishes, meeting his match in offerings like the Epic Burger with its four beef patties, brie, bacon, peanut butter, porto mushroom sauce and even a fried KitKat sandwiched into a brioche bun. Mention secret Father’s Day password “Han Solo” for 50 percent off Dad’s meal.
10300 W. Forest Hill Blvd., Wellington; 561.612.4511; thebeautyandthebeeeef.com
Golf Lessons at PGA National Resort & Spa
Give Dad a taste of all his favorite things at PGA National Resort & Spa. Sign him up for a two-hour golf lesson ($275 per person) followed by some TLC at the Spa at PGA National, where a $350 gift card purchase comes with a one-night resort stay, and a $600 gift card purchase includes a two-night stay in a suite.
400 Ave. of the Champions, Palm Beach Gardens; 800.633.9150; pgaresort.com
Crown Him the Tie Champion and Give Back at Capital One Café
Bring Dad to Capital One Café from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for games, a card-making station, a tie-tying contest and complimentary ice cream pops, while supplies last. Care to give back? From June 17 to 23, help fathers in need by bringing donations of professional shoes and accessories (ties, belts, cufflinks, etc.) for the Suits for Success Father’s Day Donation Drive at Capital One Café.
701 S. Rosemary Ave., Ste. 101, West Palm Beach; 561.273.8275; capitalone.com/local/southflorida-westpalmbeach
Sizzling Steak Dinner at Okeechobee Steakhouse
Set Dad apart as one of just 14 lucky men who will dig into a sizzling tomahawk steak at Okeechobee Steakhouse. The esteemed restaurant is serving up oversized 38-ounce long-bone tomahawk ribeye steaks ($115) that have been dry-aged for 55 days before arriving onto Dad’s plate this Father’s Day. Best of all, the steaks will be paired with exclusive wines and bourbons. Would Dad prefer to fire up the grill at home? Visit the new 1947 Gourmet Meat Market for a selection of soaked 27-ounce, 55-day dry-aged bone-in ribeye cowboy steaks and high-end Rhineland Cutlery knives.
2854 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach; 561.683.5151; okeesteakhouse.com
Captain of the “Si” at Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa
Have you given Dad a run for his money and maybe a little stress along the way? Instead of picking out a new tie or grilling tool this Father’s Day, give him the gift of unwinding at the ocean-inspired SiSpa. The Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa will offer a special two-and-a-half-hour Captain of the Si package ($350) just for Dad, complete with a deep tissue massage, relaxation facial and gentleman’s manicure and pedicure.
3800 N. Ocean Drive, Singer Island; 561.340.1700; marriott.com
Barbecue at The Colony Palm Beach
Save Dad from slaving away at the grill and take him to the poolside Backyard BBQ event at The Colony Palm Beach ($38 for adults; $18 for children) from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Father’s Day. He can enjoy all his favorite grill items—and even a bourbon bar—with none of the prep work or cleanup. With live music and games, the event is perfect for the whole family to enjoy.
155 Hammon Ave., Palm Beach; 561.655.5430; thecolonypalmbeach.com
A Bright Father’s Day Trip
If you haven’t zipped through South Florida on the new Brightline yet, what are you waiting for? If Pops is a “planes, trains and automobiles” kind of guy, he’s sure to love a ride on this new ultra-modern high-speed train. Take him on a southbound adventure to Fort Lauderdale or the recently opened Miami station to explore.
501 Evernia St., West Palm Beach; 305.521.4800; gobrightline.com
Brunch Like a King at Eau Palm Beach
Treat Dad to the brunch of a lifetime at Temple Orange Mediterranean Bistro, the sophisticated eatery at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa. With ocean views and al fresco seating, he can sit back and relax as he digs into plate after plate of chilled seafood and his choices from the omelet and carving stations. Father’s Day brunch ($65 per adult; $25 per child aged 5 to 12; free for age 4 and under) will take place noon to 2:30 p.m. on June 17.
100 S. Ocean Blvd., Manalapan; 561.540.4923; templeorangerestaurant.com
Full-Body Health at Sozo Wellness
Sure, he’s the toughest and strongest guy you know, but even Dad needs a tune-up sometimes. Help him take back his health at Sozo Wellness, a lifestyle-focused studio offering neurophysical reprogramming, whole food supplementation, non-force chiropractic adjustments and corrective exercises to help reduce stress and pain. Any fathers who pay a visit to Sozo Wellness the week following Father’s Day (June 18 to 22) will receive $20 off their treatments.
480 Hibiscus St., Ste. 114, West Palm Beach; 561.513.8784; sozo-wellness.com
Fine Dining at Meat Market Palm Beach
Take Dad out to a memorable dinner at Meat Market, a ritzy favorite for steaks and sides in a stylish setting. The restaurant’s ongoing Signature Steak Sunday promotion will coincide with Father’s Day, so you can treat Dad to half-off signature steaks, including options like a 12-ounce filet mignon and a 16-ounce prime picanha with habañero chimichurri. Or, opt for the 16-ounce wood-grilled prime rib special complete with a peppercorn crust and smoked onions au jus for just $21. Pair it with a Head High Pinot Noir from Sonoma ($45) to make the meal complete. Best of all, if you purchase $100 in Meat Market gift cards for Dad, you’ll receive a $25 gift card for yourself.
191 Bradley Place, Palm Beach; 561.354.9800; meatmarket.net
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