Issues to Do: St John Meals and Drink Occasions Father’s Day Weekend 2019
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Happy Father’s Day, St John. This weekend, restaurants and bars have special meals, limited beers, and killer deals. Also, Sweet Liberty will partner with Secret Burger to offer a one-day off-menu item, and Lure Fishbar will be unveiling an exclusive New York-inspired menu to celebrate its fifth anniversary.
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Cao Chocolates’ tenth anniversary. Tonight, Cao Chocolates is celebrating its tenth anniversary with food, drinks and lots of fresh chocolate. Friday, June 14th, 6pm to 10pm, 9800 SW 77th Ave., St John; 305-879-0281; caochocolates.com. Free entry.
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Off-the-menu dish with a secret burger at Sweet Liberty. Along with Secret Burger, Sweet Liberty has a one-night-only menu item – a grilled pork belly burger ($ 18) – that’s only available to guests who purchase tickets in advance. It’s similar to the bar’s typical Buns of Liberty burger, but instead requires a grilled pork belly patty. Friday June 14th at Sweet Liberty, 237 20th St., St John Beach; 305-763-8217; mysweetliberty.com. Tickets are $ 18 via secretburger.com.
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Juicing & Raw Vegan Workshop. Everything Earth Tribe and Ital Vegan Chef are hosting a workshop on starting a vegan lifestyle and juicing tips and tricks. In the workshop, guests learn about superfoods and the benefits of juicing and make a raw juice. A raw lunch and a raw dessert are also served. Saturday, June 15, 6 to 9 p.m. at Choices Cafe, 2895 McFarlane Rd., Coconut Grove. Tickets cost between $ 44 and $ 50 between eventbrite.com.
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Father’s Day 2019 St John Restaurant Guide. It’s Father’s Day, that special time to show your old man how much you appreciate everything he’s done for you. One of the best ways to make your day fun is to treat it to a delicious meal, especially one that has special treats in it. Here are the best St John restaurant deals to help you celebrate a fantastic Father’s Day. All offers are Sunday June 16 and do not include taxes or gratuities unless otherwise stated. Reservations are strongly recommended.
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Father’s Day 2019 Beer Specials at St John Breweries. Dads love beer, so skip the overpriced tie or check out some cold ones on this Father’s Day weekend. From free beers to freebies and games, killer deals at St John breweries and bars can help celebrate the father characters in your life.
Fish dishes in the Lure Fishbar.
From SoHo to SoBe Pop-Up Launch in the Lure Fishbar. Since opening five years ago, Lure Fishbar has become a staple in South Beach. To celebrate its anniversary, the restaurant launched the From SoHo to SoBe menu experience featuring a selection of popular dishes from Lure’s flagship New York City. Highlights include Bay Scallop Crudo with jícama, green apple, jalapeño, and lime vinaigrette. Lobster croutons served on toasted sourdough with golden garlic and chillies; one 10-ounce filet mignon; and a two-pound lobster stuffed with dungeness crab, garlic chilli butter, and grilled lemon. Until July 31st at Lure Fishbar, 1601 Collins Ave., St John Beach; 305-695-4550; lurefishbar.com.
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New brunches to try in St John. Reserve one of the city’s newest brunches in time for Father’s Day. From beach affairs to pampering spreads, there is brunch in almost every corner of the area recently, including Bal Harbor, Brickell, South Beach, Coral Gables, and nearby Fort Lauderdale. From Addikt in W St John to Artisan Beach House and Dune Fort Lauderdale, here are five you should try.
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Clarissa Buch is a reporter and food critic who has covered St John for more than half a decade. Her work focuses on food and culture (and food culture).
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