Five Best Food and Drink Events This Weekend: Burgers and Beer; Fast Cars and Cigars; and More

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Even though, we've had ridiculous amount -- i.e. normal South Florida summer -- of rain for the past few weeks, there's a slight chance it might be clearing up for the weekend. Then again, who actually believes the forecast?

Regardless, there's a weekend full of festivities on the horizon. Whether you're looking to do something special with Dad, try your hand at some ethnic food, or just drink copious amounts of some beer, we have a list of the five most gluttonous activities in Broward and Palm Beach counties this weekend.

See Also:

- Father's Day in South Florida: Where to Take Dad in Broward and Palm Beach Counties

- RA Sushi Celebrates Five Years in Pembroke Pines With Break Dancing Ninjas

5. Hot Cars & Big Cigars

Boys nights out probably don't come around often enough. When you actually get the chance, you better make sure its worth your while. On Friday, Prime Delray Beach is hosting a night of luxury with sleek rides by Ferrari Maserati of Fort Lauderdale, premium cigars, high-class Hennessy XO cognac, and 16 ounce prime rib for $29.95. The first 30 men to RSVP get a free Herrera Cigar. And ladies can get Ketel One cocktails for just 5 bucks. The festivities start at 9 p.m. Prime is located at 110 E. Atlantic Ave. in Delray Beach. Call 561-865-5845, or visit primedelray.com.

4. DUNCAN and DJ Mack

If you're looking for celebrities, models, and food, Solita Delray Beach is presenting DUNCAN and DJ Mack at its new Velvet Room on Friday night starting at 10 p.m. The Italian restaurant will be holding bottle specials all night and live model mannequins showing off the newest and hottest swimsuits from Zamora Swimwear. Solita is located at 25 NE Second Ave. in Delray Beach. Call 561-899-0888, or visit velvetroomdelray.com.

3. Taste of Peru

Peruvian cuisine is, like, the new in thing. Executive Chef Chris DeGweck of Bistro 1001 is featuring a 4 course meal of Peruvian dishes with his own spin. The pairing takes place on Friday night at 7 p.m. The cost is $45 per person. RSVP as soon as possible. Bistro 1001 is located at 1001 Okeechobee Blvd. in West Palm Beach. Call 561-833-1234, or visit bistro1001.com.

2. Father's Day

In case you forgot, Sunday is the day of Dad. If you're looking for options to entertain your the one who helped to bring you into the world--and the guy who scared the crap out of your High School boyfriends--we have some options for you. All Duffy's locations are offering NY Strip dinners for Dad for just $11.99 for lunch and dinner. And, if you're looking for brunch, Tanzy is offering a number of specials, including an $18 12oz Ribeye and 2 Eggs any style with potatoes and $15 Shrimp and Crab Omelet with asparagus and roasted tomatoes, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. For a full listing of father's day options, click here.

1. PGA Craft Beer Festival and Burger Bash

Beer and burgers are awesome. Lots of beers and burgers paired with shopping: and you have a winner for the whole family. PGA National Resort and Spa will be hosting its Secnd Annual Craft Beer and Burger Bash featuring over 50 craft beers, a burger competition, live music, and shopping. Tickets are $40 in advance, $45 at the door. PGA National Resort is located at 400 Avenue of the Champions in Palm Beach Gardens. Call 561-627- 2000, or visit pgabeerandburger.eventbrite.com for tickets.

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