How To Celebrate Fathers Day

How To Celebrate Fathers Day

Looking to celebrate Fathers Day this weekend, but not too sure how? Leave that to us, because we want to take the stress out of Fathers Day so you and your family can spend more time enjoying it. Alongside our Fathers Day gift guide, we’re filling you in on some of the ways in which you can celebrate Fathers Day.

Book a meal

When restrictions were first lifted, it felt almost impossible to get a table anywhere. Many people just gave up and have kept the meals out to a minimum. However, you may be surprised at how much more availability restaurants have, now that the initial rush has died down a little. And whilst reservations will be harder to get on Fathers Day, there are many places that take walk-ins only, and with a little digging you can even still find bookings now. For football lovers, there’s football, food and beer towers at Hotel Football in Manchester, or for those interested in finer dining at a Steakhouse, there’s options like Marco Pierre White Steakhouse.

Make a meal at home

Booking a meal proving to be a little tricky? Or maybe Dad is working during the day and just wants a quiet night in? A meal at home is the way to go. Find out his favourite recipe, or look up something new online and make something handmade. Making the meal yourself can often be more sentimental and he may appreciate it just a little more knowing that it was made by you. If you’re struggling for ideas, we recommend Jamie Oliver’s recipes, with a complete guide to Fathers Day meals based on difficulty, so there’s something for everyone.

Experience the Outdoors

If your dad is the outdoors type, then maybe a walk around some of natures beauty is all he needs this Fathers Day. Places like the Peak District and the Lake District are great for something a little more special, or for those down south, there’s a wealth of beaches he may enjoy too. They can provide a relaxing day, especially for the dads that just don’t know how to take a break. Gift him a pair of practical trainers from On Running, and he’ll be all set for the day ahead, as well as future adventures to come.

Hire a boat

If you’re looking for something a little different to the norm, a canal boat can be a great option. Dad will be in his element manning a boat for the afternoon as he guides everyone to a stop at the pub for a pint and lunch, before voyaging back home again. Canal boat hires can be found up and down the country, so look up your local area online now to discover whats available. Or maybe you even want to venture to a new town for the day and explore it from the rivers.

Explore our Fathers Day Gift Guide now and head to a Tessuti store for any last minute gifting.Ā 

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