Skip the Cooking and Preorder Your Father’s Day Feast Now
(Sponsored) Celebrate Dad on June 21 with a ready-to-eat dinner starring prime rib, suckling pig or snow crab legs.
Photo: Courtesy of pagoda floating restaurant
J une 21 may seem like weeks away—because, well, it is—but when you’re working from home, the days kind of start to blend together, and … well, I don’t know about you, but at least for me time has become a bit of a fluid concept. (Was it just a three-day weekend? What did I even do? What day is it?)
While you could put off planning for Father’s Day until tomorrow, or next week, or even the week after that, why not do your future self a favor and start now? If your dad’s a meat eater and you have a big family, Island eatery Pagoda Floating Restaurant is now taking preorders for Father’s Day meals that cater to hungry carnivores. You can place an order online, by phone at 808-948-8354, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Pickup is on June 21, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., at 1525 Rycroft St.
Either a half or whole order of cooked prime rib plus garlic mashed potatoes, corn on the cob, macaroni salad and Sweet Treats cupcakes. Au jus and horseradish are included as well, of course. Half order (5–6 pounds) for $225, whole order (15–16 pounds) for $400.
Snow Crab Legs
Already cooked, you can choose whether you want your order hot and ready to eat, or cold to enjoy later, at pickup. Five pounds for $85, 10 pounds for $160.
Mountain View Farms Whole Roast Suckling Pig
A whole, 30-pound suckling pig roasted Chinese style and includes Chinese-style buns (similar to how Peking duck is typically served). $375
Roast Prime Rib and Snow Crab Legs
This meal serves 8–12 people and comes with a whole prime rib weighing 5–6 pounds, plus 5 pounds of snow crab legs. Au jus, horseradish and butter are included, of course. Sides include garlic mashed potatoes, corn on the cob, macaroni salad and Sweet Treats cupcakes. $395