Just in time for Father’s Day, Jar has reopened its doors and sidewalk for dine-in and takeout. Chef Suzanne Tracht has specials for dad along with the restaurant’s traditional á la carte selections of starters, braised and grilled meats and fresh seafood. Father’s Day specials include char siu baby back pork ribs, tamarind BBQ baby back pork ribs, sautéed soft shell crab, market potato salad, celery root slaw and Jar’s fried chicken dinner with gravy and biscuit.
The menu can be ordered for takeout by visiting their website from 1 p.m.-4 p.m.; delivery can be arranged if ordered 24 hours in advance. Dinner reservations for inside and outdoors are offered from 5:30 p.m. Guests can reserve by calling the restaurant at (323) 655-6566 or visiting online.
Crustacean is also back in business for in-dining service starting this weekend, as well as offering exclusive Father’s Day in-dining and take-home menus on Sunday. Chef Helene An of Crustacean Beverly Hills is offering two exclusive dining experiences for Father’s Day:
Dine-in service, opening for the first time since the COVID-19 quarantine, featuring an exclusive Father’s Day prix fixe menu on Sunday, June 21, is $199. Cook-at-home menu to make with dad is $210.
Each menu features the restaurant’s Asian fusion staples, combined with heartier dish options for every dad, from the meat lover to the vegetarian. Each prix fixe menu offering is for two people.
Starting June 20, the Crustacean Beverly Hills dining room will be open for in-dining service and is currently accepting reservations.
For meat eaters, nothing quite says “I love you, dad” on Father’s Day like a Denny’s grand slam and a free bouquet of bacon. On Postmates from June 19 to June 21, you can celebrate by Postmating a free bouquet of bacon from Denny’s using the code BACONBOUQUET (with $25 minimum basket while supplies last.)
Pitfire Pizza Grilling Kit at $55 includes four individually trimmed hangar steaks (4 oz. each) topped with romesco sauce, four ears of corn on the cob with chili mint butter and parmesan as well as grilled flatbread with ricotta (par baked to finish on the grill) and a 1/2 gallon homemade lemonade.
The Superba Food + Bread Grilling Kit is $60 and includes six burger patties (Impossible Burger option available for an additional $8,) six Superba Bakehouse everything buns, fixings (cheese, pickles, onion, house sauce,) four ears of corn on the cob with chili lime butter as well as watermelon, cucumber and feta salad. Peach crumble and cream are for dessert.
AndSons has a couple of limited edition chocolate goodies (including boozy bars) for the holiday that are available for curbside pickup or free courier service this weekend. Ten percent of all Father’s Day purchases support SUMMAEVERYTHANG, a community center in South Central Los Angeles that delivers and donates organic produce from SoCal farms to local residents in need.
The Father’s Day Chocolate Bar Collection ($29.50) is a set of four handmade chocolate bars, including a Jameson Irish Whiskey Bar (duo of dark milk chocolate and white chocolate ganaches with Jameson Irish whiskey); a Campfire Bourbon Bar (dark chocolate Basil Hayden’s bourbon ganache, vanilla caramel and chocolate marshmallow); a Hazelnut Caramel & Orange Bar (roasted hazelnuts, vanilla caramel, milk chocolate ganache & candied orange peels); and a Peanut Butter Nougat Bar (dark milk chocolate ganache, salted butter caramel, peanut butter nougat).
The Father’s Day Grand Collection ($69.50) includes the set of four handmade chocolate bars above, plus andSons’ Sunset Boulevard Trail Mix (caramel milk chocolate almonds, dark chocolate pretzels, strawberry chocolate malt balls and white chocolate cranberries) and an assortment of French butter caramels in raspberry, mango and passion fruit.
This Father’s Day, though you might not be able to get together in person with those you love, Venezuelan premium rum brand, Santa Teresa 1796 is ensuring people can still have a memorable day, by bringing renowned bartenders to dads’ computer screens.
During the month of June, consumers who purchase a bottle of Santa Teresa 1796 on ReserveBar, will be invited to join the 1796 Virtual Speakeasy for a complimentary cocktail class via Zoom on Father’s Day. The 1796 Virtual Speakeasy offers fathers and sons/daughters, or a group of guy friends, the opportunity to spend time together, virtually for now, while gaining a deeper understanding of the dry taste of Santa Teresa 1796 rum with a top bartender.
Yael Vengroff (Spare Room), Niko Novick (The Nomad Hotel) and Jose Cordon (Felix Trattoria) will teach dads and loved ones how make traditional cocktails like an Old Fashioned, Manhattan and a rum-based Negroni.
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