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Half-price for dads at Braza Churrascaria
What’s better than all-you-can-eat meat? All-you-can-eat meat at half price! On Father’s Day, all dads can indulge in BRAZA’s fun brunch and dinner buffets ($298/person for brunch or $398/person for dinner) at half price. Free-flow (+$228) can be added, to include classic old-fashioned cocktails, house red and white wines, spirits and beers. But it’s the unlimited cuts of meat that are the stars of the show at this Brazilian steakhouse, from the eatery’s signature picanha and flank steaks, to suckling pig, to marinated lamb leg.
Chablis wine gifts around town
Running throughout the month of June, the Rejoice Summer Spirits with Chablis in Hong Kong campaign celebrates France’s Chablis wine region, with 27 wine shops and 17 online stores offering Chablis wines from 30 domains in northern Burgundy. We’re sure dads who are also wine connoisseurs would appreciate a gift of a bottle (or two) of Chablis on Father’s Day – whether it be light, floral and citrusy Louis Moreau Petit Chablis 2019 ($119) from Continental Wines or full, rich and round Alain Geoffroy Chablis Beauroy Premier Cru 2018 ($320) from Xtra Wine. Chablis wines make for ideal accompaniments to summertime gatherings, junk trips included!
For participating outlets in the campaign, click here
Steak & wine menu at ALTO Bar & Grill
ALTO is another great option for meat lovers looking for a deal on Father’s Day. All dads can dig into a special steak and wine menu ($388) that features a choice of any steak cut and side dish, plus a glass of house wine. The stunning views are free...
Butchery classes & BBQ packs from Feather & Bone (+ free beer!)
Take your pick with premium butcher and deli Feather & Bone’s varied Father’s Day offerings. For a truly hands-on experience, book a butchery masterclass (from $980/person) in Mid-Levels or Sai Kung for your dear ol’ dad, from sausage making to a whole lamb breakdown. All workshops are followed by a sit-down meal that’s inclusive of free-flow house wine and beer. Prefer to stay at home? F&B’s summer BBQ packs (from $719) feed from 4–8 people and showcase perfectly marinated meats and sides. Finally, if you and Dad choose to dine out at any one of Feather & Bone’s 11 locations around town on 20 June, he’ll be treated to a Three Butchers Lager by Young Master Brewery on the house.
Alcohol-infused choccies from Charbonnel et Walker
Boxes of chocolate might be more commonly associated with Mother’s Day, but all that’s about the change with the launch of Charbonnel et Walker’s exciting Father’s Day collection of gin- and whisky-infused chocolates. We recommend going for the gift set dubbed Gentlemen’s Nightcap ($428), which includes a box of Sipsmith Gin Truffles with white chocolate centres infused with Sipsmith London Dry Gin and a box of Whisky Truffles filled with dark chocolate ganache and Scotch whisky,
LANDMARK: Shop 216A, 2/F, LANDMARK ATRIUM, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central, 9303 6782
The Murray pop-up: Garden Lounge, The Murray, Hong Kong, 22 Cotton Tree Drive, Central, 3141 8888
Family-friendly Sunday roast menu at GRAIN
Kennedy Town’s latest F&B wonder, gastropub and brewlab GRAIN (read our review) is presenting a tempting all-day Sunday roast menu ($350/person) on Father’s Day, up for ordering from 12–8pm. Choose between roast Ibérico pork coppa with smoked pork shoulder or roast striploin with stout-braised ox cheek, each served with all the trimmings (read: Yorkshire pudding, roast potatoes, braised red cabbage with molasses, buttered greens and smoked carrots) and a choice of apple pie with caramel custard or porter sticky toffee pudding with white miso butterscotch sauce and malt ice cream for dessert. GRAIN’s craft beers (24 taps) would make for the perfect accompaniment to this hearty meal. Kids’ meals ($110) range from an eight-inch cheese pizza to fish and chips and include juice.
Cocktail class at Carbone
Shaken or stirred? That might be the most important question your dad answers on Father’s Day. Dad will learn how to mix up a martini and other old-school tipples at Carbone’s private cocktail class ($2,000 for 2). This three-hour workshop led by the eatery’s mixology maestros includes all the cocktails you can make (and drink) paired with a generous spread of Italian-American bites.
Pepperberry snaps & mug from Cookie Smiles
This Father’s Day gift set ($350) courtesy of social enterprise Cookie Smiles makes for a tasty, affordable present. Two bags of pepperberry snaps, cookies made with cranberries, black peppercorn and a dash of sea salt, come with a cute “Best Dad Ever” mug. Cookie Smiles’ treats are made by disadvantaged individuals who have been trained as bakers, with 20% of the company’s annual profits donated to two local charities, so Dad won’t be the only one smiling...
Boys’ Night Out Chef’s Table dinner at Caprice
“Exclusive” is the word with this one! Take a seat at three-Michelin-starred Caprice’s Chef’s Table to gawp at Chef Guillaume Galliot doing his thing. Highlights of Chef Galliot’s exquisite Boys’ Night Out tasting menu ($1,888/person) include “land and sea” tartare featuring Australian Wagyu beef and Gillardeau oyster with Kristal caviar, foie gras terrine with hibiscus jelly and strawberry marmalade and daily wild-caught fish with Amandine potato cooked in seaweed butter, cuttlefish bolognese and saffron sauce. This very special dining experience includes the option to pair the meal with either wines curated by Caprice sommelier Victor Petiot (champagne, Château d’Yquem and Bougogne Blanc) or an innovative old-fashioned cocktail from Caprice Bar along with a flight of three cognacs: Guy Lheraud Grande Champagne 1973, 1975 and 1972. Wine-paired dinner on 16 June and cocktail-paired dinner on 15 or 17 June.
Adventurous Drive staycation at Sheraton Tung Chung
The opportunity for Dad to drive one of two high-performance SUVs – Land Rover Discovery Sport or Range Rover Velar – for one hour is the pinnacle of the Adventurous Drive staycation (from $1,650/night) at Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung. Before or after his spin around the winding roads of Lantau, he can enjoy a buffet breakfast, a six-course set dinner at Cantonese restaurant Yue or dinner buffet at Café Lantau and a car-themed mocktail at Sunset Grill – all for two people. Guests booking suites will receive a complimentary gift of a Land Rover accessory such as cufflinks valued at up to $1,200 in addition to a 120-minute driving experience. Valid until 30 June.
Takeaway Korean dining package from Seoul Recipe
Seoul Recipe’s slap-up Korean dining package ($1,880 for 4) makes for a super family feast. The authentic Korean delicacies included range from grilled marinated galbi, to assorted Korean-style pancakes (kimchi, seafood and more), to Korean fried chicken. For the grown-ups, there’s some golden barley wine and cheongju rice wine to wet your whistle, complete with two handmade copper cups for sipping. Pre-order from 10–17 June, with pick-up and delivery available on 19–20 June.
Spanish BBQ set delivery from 22 Ships
If Dad still wants to man the grill on Father’s Day, check out the tidy Spanish BBQ set ($1,998 for 4) that 22 Ships has put together. It includes sourdough bread with tomato relish and Arbequina olive oil and baby gem lettuce with pomegranate and sherry vinaigrette to start, plus a selection of top-of-the-range goodies for grilling: chunky green asparagus, Spanish octopus, extra-large carabineros prawns and 90-day-aged Rubia beef. Add to the fiesta with a pitcher of sangria ($228). Available 19–20 June for delivery.
Rum-infused cake from Vive Cake Boutique
Teaming up with the world’s oldest rum company, Mount Gay, Foodie fave Vive Cake Boutique is offering a fab Rum Papa cake ($780) for Father’s Day – this is an Instagram-worthy blue-and-white butter cake flavoured with rum and raisin and iced with white chocolate and rum cream. For the ultimate sweet treat with a twist, a Father’s Day combo ($1,060) of the Rum Papa cake and a bottle of Mount Gay Black Barrel rum (700ml) can be also purchased.
BBQ brunch + hip flask
Laid-back American-style BBQ eatery Smoke & Barrel is pulling out all the stops for the men of the hour with its Father’s Day brunch ($448/person) on 20 June. In addition to a gut-busting three-course menu with a choice of starter, main and dessert (we’d go for the Texas meatballs in jalapeño tomato sauce, smoked meats platter and triple-chocolate cake with poached cherries and bourbon), all dads will be gifted with a S&B hip flask filled with a maple old-fashioned cocktail alongside homemade chocolate chip cookies to enjoy later on. We recommend the newly launched barrel free-flow ($358/person) to accompany this feast. This free-flow option is served in a mini barrel filled with a deceptively potent mix of bourbon, orange and honey moonshine and also includes unlimited margaritas, micheladas, espresso martinis and more hair-of-the-dog tipples.
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