A Culinary Affair

For a most sophisticated culinary experience this Father’s Day, Sunday, June 19, take your Dad to Il Mulino New York, with its al fresco Romeo & Juliet balconies, free-flowing mimosas, Bellinis, Bloody Marys, Mojitos and Prosecco and a-la-carte specialties elegantly served tableside from noon to 4 p.m. From delicacies including a seafood tower with lobster tail, shrimp, and oysters to Costolette al Barbecue – barbecued baby pork ribs with mashed potatoes and Rigatoni alla Bolognese – braised veal and beef in a rich tomato sauce, it remains one of Miami’s most elegant Sunday brunch experiences.

Il Mulino Terrace

If Dad loves sushi and Japanese robata, treat him to Ke-uH for its Asian-fusion tapas concept in light-filled surroundings or on the expansive oceanfront terrace. Master Sushi Chef Oscar Noborikawa spent 14 years perfecting his art at the famed Nobu and uses the freshest Hamachi yellowtail, Uni sea urchin, Scottish salmon, Yellowfin, Bigeye and Bluefin tuna for his masterful sushi and pizza creations. We also recommend the grilled ribeye, baby back ribs, Wagyu sliders, and Kurobuta pork belly; there’s a reason Ke-uH has become a hot spot in Sunny Isles.