This Sunday, June 20, 2021 is Father’s Day in Halifax. Do you have plans to treat your Dad this weekend? If you are still thinking of ideas, don’t worry, we’ve got your back! Read on to discover some experience-based and classic ideas in our Father’s Day gift guide.
Host a Craft Beer Tasting Event at Home
Open to in-store shopping, Bishop’s Cellar has a variety of local and imported craft beers. You can buy them in single cans, so pick up a few different ones and host a craft beer tasting event at home for the Dads in your bubble. All it takes is a few paper bags—paper for guesses and tasting notes—and, of course, the beer!
Satisfy Dad’s Sweet Tooth
Does your Dad have a sweet tooth? Pick up some treats from Sugah that he will be sure to like. Or, pre-order and choose from one of their convenient curated gift baskets. There might be enough in those baskets to share…just sayin’.
Celebrate Father’s Day with a Special Dinner on the Patio
Spend some quality time and conversation over a nice dinner to celebrate Father’s Day. If Italian fare is his favourite, you can’t go wrong with the best restaurant in Halifax—the Bicycle Thief. Sea Smoke is ideal if you’re looking for a large waterfront patio to enjoy some fresh seafood and cocktails.
If Gift Cards Are Your Go-to
There are so many options to choose from when it comes to gift cards for Father’s Day. This year, give him something you know he will use—especially now! Get him a gift card to the Hair Factory so he can get that haircut he has not been able to get for the past six weeks.
Pick up Coffee & Breakfast for the Early Riser
Whether you’re headed out of the city for a hike with Dad or perhaps a morning waterfront walk, pick up a few coffees and breakfast wraps from Daily Grind to enjoy along the way.
Plan a Father’s Day Takeout Feast
If your bubble is happy to celebrate at home, plan a Father’s Day Italian feast and order takeout from Ristorante a Mano. Family-friendly and celebration-worthy pizza, pasta, and salads are on the menu.
Follow it up with a beautiful cake from Piece of Cake Fine Bakery and Cafe.
Bishop’s Landing’s restaurants, retailers, and professional services are following Nova Scotia’s health and safety protocols to keep both employees and customers safe.