Palm Beach

May 31, 2016

Father’s Day Weekend at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa

Father’s Day weekend, (June 18 and 19) at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa is offering dinner events from the sublime to the simple, plus the Florida resident summer special rate is in effect, which starts at $199/night. There is a fourth night free when booking three nights in an oceanview category or higher room. Make it a food & cocktail lovers weekend getaway starting with a Rare Small Batch Bourbon Dinner which includes pairings with Pappy Van Winkle 15-Year and Four Roses Limited Edition 2015 on Saturday night. Sunday recovery, begins with a buffet brunch fit for a king with hair of the dog cocktails anyway you like them made with High West Whiskey, Blue Coat Barrel-Aged Gin, and Belvedere Vodka. After a day at the pool, or spa, close out the weekend with Eau Palm Beach’s Kichen Cookout Pig Roast. Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa is located at 100 S Ocean Blvd, Manalapan, FL 33462. Details and how to make reservations is as follows:
Rare Small Batch Bourbon Dinner
Temple Orange Mediterranean Bistro
Saturday, June 18th
7-10 p.m.
$125 per person
Reservations required; call 561-533-6000
A five-course meal paired with such dad-coveted fine bourbons as Pappy Van Winkle 15-Year and Four Roses Limited Edition 2015 and featuring hearty fare from Eau Palm Beach Executive Chef Josh Thomsen, Sous Chef Audley Lee and Pastry Chef Robert Bellini. 
“Drunch”
Temple Orange Mediterranean Bistro
Sunday, June 19th
Noon-2:30 p.m.
$95 per person; $25 for children 5-12; children 4 and under are complimentary
Reservations recommended; call 561-533-6000
“Drunch” is back, featuring a warehouse-sized selection of fixings to complement High West Whiskey, Blue Coat Barrel-Aged Gin, Belvedere Vodka and all the tasty mixers for truly Dad-worthy drinks. Paired with a king-sized buffet including raw bar, sushi, and prime rib carving station, Drunch celebrates all the dads in your life with a day fit for royalty.
Breeze Ocean Kitchen Cookout
Sunday, June 19th
4-8 p.m.
$24 per person
 A whole pig roast pairs mojo slow-roasted pork with homemade kimchi and pickles, pico de gallo, mango salsa and tortillas. Live music along with $5 craft beer specials and $8 margaritas make it a dad-tastic party!

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