Dads deserve to be pampered, too. This Father’s Day, celebrate the main men in your life with thoughtful gifts and experiences. Perhaps it’s a day out on the water fishing or boating, or sitting in an air-conditioned movie theater to watch the start of the summer blockbusters. Gee Beauty and Dr. Barbara Sturm spas also offer men’s facials. Here are more ideas to spoil them. Happy Father’s Day.
Wild Fork Foods
A Father’s Day gift package from Wild Fork Foods is a great way to introduce him to this South Florida-born protein purveyor. Holiday themes range from athletic dad to surf ‘n’ turf with a twist. The farm-to-fork concept sources from premier partners for every imaginable type of seafood, pork, poultry and red meat including 17-day aged, blast-frozen beef. Ship or pick up locally.
The Breakers brings it for Father’s Day with a couple options. The Circle’s brunch features Cajun shrimp Benedict, slow-cooked spare ribs and more. Or celebrate at its Seafood Bar with direct ocean views and a cool aquarium bar. Its holiday special upgrades a classic combo with filet mignon and Madagascar jumbo prawns. Make it a weekend, especially with the resort’s complimentary summer incentives.
Converse x Todd Snyder
Converse x Todd Snyder’s Jack Purcell collection honors the badminton legend. Long before Air Jordans, his design for a canvas and rubber sneaker caused a sensation in 1935. In addition to the preppy collaboration’s limited-edition makeover of his classic footwear with a smile-patterned toe cap, there are Harrington jackets, rugby shirts, polos, joggers and caps sporting plaid and racquet club references.
Pickleball reached 4.2 million players last year, leading to a Top Golf-esque dining concept and Original Penguin becoming USA Pickleball’s official apparel partner. Get dad in the game with Delray Beach-based Swinton Pickleball’s starter bundle. Its super glam paddle, balls and bag reinvent typical attire and equipment. The founders also made a neoprene hybrid bag for balls and a bottle of wine.
Girard-Perregaux x Aston Martin
Indulge the dad who has everything with Girard-Perregaux’s inaugural watch model as Aston Martin’s official timekeeper. The 230-year-old Swiss watch maker issued less than 20 of the Tourbillion with Three Flying Bridges-Aston Martin Edition. The modern take on its original three bridges, a pocket watch dating to the 19th century, features lightweight, black DLC-suffused titanium and a completely transparent, floating effect.