Father's Day Planning in Three Easy Steps

Cards, Gifts and Brunch for Dad


Show Dad or the father figure in your life how much you care in three easy steps on Father's Day this Sunday, all in time for brunch.

Start With a Card

Barnes & Noble (33 East 17th Street) has cards to buy, and a children's Father's Day story time reading of When Dads Don't Grow Up this Saturday, June 17th at 11 AM.

Choose from one of many card designs from Paper Source (75 Fifth Avenue), or DIY in-store with a card personalized for Dad.


Then Find the Perfect Gift

Dress up Dad with a gift from the award-winning men's shop Rothmans (222 Park Avenue South). Give him a new look for the summer with ties, shoes, shorts or even a gift card.

If Dad is the sporty type, Paragon Sports (867 Broadway) has the clothing, equipment and accessories to keep Dad's outdoor gear fresh.

Strand Book Store (828 Broadway) has this gift guide for every type of dad, from the dads who quote Lord of the Rings to the dad that just can't help making dad jokes.


Book a Reservation

City Crab Shack (10 East 16th Street) just opened in their relocated Union Square location to serve a perfect meal for Dads who love seafood.

Mandolino Ristorante & Pizzeria (137 East 13th Street) andFlorian Trattoria (225 Park Avenue South) are made for Father's Day with Italian-loving Dads, and both offer a stellar brunch.

Check out the Saturday and Sunday 12 -3 pm brunch menu at Headless Horseman(119 East 15th Street).

Share comfort food with Dad at Big Daddy's (239 Park Avenue South). Share burger's and milkshakes this weekend, or get him a gift card.

If you're looking for extra hospitality on Father's Day, look no further than Union Square Cafe(101 East 19th Street). See what we mean by reading their 3 star review from the New York Times.

Bring your brunch bunch! 🍽

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