Dads can be notoriously hard to buy for. So, this year, we turned to our Mable brands to drum up inspiration for easy to execute Father's Day ideas that are simple yet thoughtful gestures to show Dad you care. Bonus - all of these ideas can be hosted from home or outdoors, since your regular restaurant reservation might be out of reach this year.
Brunch & Bloody Mary Bar
Create a memorable brunch spread with a Bloody Mary bar complete with gourmet Bloody Mary mix, pickles, olives, proteins, and of course a perfectly salted rim. To really take your Bloody Mary bar to the next level, serve with charcuterie for make-your-own charcuterie skewers.
For the brunch, we suggest a full stack of pancakes and pure Vermont maple syrup.
Fresh Grilled Seafood Dinner
For grill master Dads, you can’t go wrong with a gift set of high quality sauces and spices from world renowned chefs. Let Dad test out his new spices on some of the freshest seafood in the North East from Red’s Best Seafood. The salmon collar is highly recommended, known to be the "Captain's Pick", as it is the most sought after cut of the catch.
Take a Hike
For the outdoorsy Dad, a well planned hike is a great way to spend Father’s Day. What constitutes well planned? We suggest you plan your route using an app like AllTrails, dress in multiple layers, and pack the right supplies (mostly, snacks).
Campfire & Gourmet S'mores
Share the gift of time and relaxation by gathering friends and family around a campfire to celebrate Dad, with a round of gourmet s’mores. Fire it up using these fire starters from STOKES, and elevate the classic s'more with organic marshmallows and bourbon cask-aged chocolate. If you’re looking to go all out, consider getting Dad a Solo Stove, the stainless steel fire pit that is practically smokeless.
Shop all of these gift ideas for Dad and more in the Father's Day Gift Ideas collection.
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