Father's Day is approaching on Sunday, June 17, and shopping for gifts especially for the Dad who has everything can be challenging. Let Historic Downtown Duluth merchants help in finding the perfect gift!
The Best of Brews offers 32 craft beers in growlers on tap to go. If wine is your father's preference, the Park Cafe has a wonderful menu and a selection of specialty wines to accompany dinner or to buy for a gift. Sample some at the Wednesday wine tastings.
fyi Duluth design studio is hosting a Father's Day Trunk Show this week and has brought in gifts for Dad including fine wine accessories, bar glasses and implements along with items for Dads who golf, fish and hunt. An original pastel portraits of the kids by John Roach would be a priceless gift.
Historic Duluth has three collectibles shops -- Churchladies, Accessorize Again, and This, That & the Other -- full of interesting gifts.
Treat the Dad who works at home to a month of co-working space at The Work Spot, which offers coffee, Wi-Fi, a printer, work space, and meeting rooms. It's also a great place for him to network.
Spend time with Dad! Share a pizza at Steverino's and a class together at Luv for Art. Check out the classes available or customize your own class.
Take Dad out for a night on the town starting with dinner. PURE Taqueria has become a local favorite for serving up spicy cuisine and Margaritas. Steverino's hosts Trivia Night on Thursdays from 7 to 9 p.m.
"Eddie Owen Presents" at the Red Clay Theater is an awesome venue for live music. Eddie is continuing his tradition of presenting concerts with tickets at affordable prices.
Attending a performance at New Dawn offers community theater at its finest. Season tickets also are a neat gift for Dad. Buy two sets, and he can take Mom.
For a low-key evening, take Dad to Chocolate Perks without the kids. Enjoy live music with wine, coffee and chocolates.
Visit www.historicduluthga.net and link to Historic Duluth shops, restaurants, entertainment and events for more gift ideas.