Dad’s day is almost here. We’ve got you covered with a gift for every applicable gentleman in your life, from whiskey and barbecue to massages and Tunisian leather slippers. Better yet: you can find them all right here in Dallas.
Give Dad the gift of comfort this Father’s Day. Part of Mizzen+Main’s Leeward Collection, The Hampton is crafted from moisture wicking, performance fabric designed to keep you cool.
$125 at Mizzen+Main
Treat the dad in your life to more than just a new pair of running/workout shoes. With a $100 gift card purchase, he’ll receive a custom fit appointment, branded lifestyle t-shirt, and performance socks.
$100 at Dallas Running Company
Mizzen+Main short sleeve Leewards feature a more casual style while still being crafted from the crisp, traditional Leeward fabric you’ve come to love. Lightweight, moisture wicking fabric keeps you cool and comfortable.
$105 at Mizzen+Main
Located in Plano’s Legacy West, Peter Millar is your destination to find thoughtful gifts for father and son. Shop gifts in store from their Father’s Day guide. Explore refined menswear gifts featuring Italian fabrications and sartorial tailoring, plus enjoy a complimentary gift with purchase of $500 or more from June 1st to June 16th.
This cap comes complete with a specially designed front leather patch and a mesh threaded back guaranteed to remind a man of his love for the Lone Star State (and his love for you for getting him this awesome gift).
$24.50 at Texas Standard
These luxury trousers are made in Naples, Italy and offer a modern-classic fit in a 5-pocket model (jeans) or flat front trouser. Styled with a slim fit and pops of color, each pair is embroidered with a rendering of the mask of Pulcinella, the mischievous Neapolitan character representing their Italian heritage.
Available at Pockets
Is your dad as smooth as Texas Whiskey? Up his drinking experience with these leather coasters from Boulevard East. Authentic, classic, and proudly made in Dallas.
$18 at BLVD East
You don’t have to be a design junky to appreciate Botanicool’s geo planters, which you can track down IRL at Neighborhood Goods.
$17 by Botanicool
Off-duty Fort Worth firefighters built this solid steel grill, inspired by Argentine gaucho grills.
$269 by Circle J Fabrication
Crowned “American Whiskey of the Year” in acclaimed whiskey critic Jim Murray’s 2019 “Whisky Bible,” this extraordinary, twice-barreled Balmorhea Bourbon was heat-forged in the Texas Hill Country sun for three years in new American white oak barrels, then transferred to a second new American white oak barrel and aged for an additional two years. Only a limited number of bottles were released, so make sure to grab Dad one while you can!
Oak & Eden always adds a bit of a twist: a spire of American Oak, masterfully cut and carefully fired to a medium toast. Hand placed in every bottle, it “in-bottle finishes” the Bourbon, imparting sweet, fruity notes and hints of honey to this all-American Bourbon whiskey.
Dallas-based Admonish tends to do bespoke work, but they do have a few products handcrafted with their high-quality leather available for purchase, including the always-appropriate dopp kit.
$85 by Admonish
From the Dallas Cowboys’ locker room to practically every men’s department you’ve ever seen, this locally-based company has distinguished itself with luxe products that really work.
Because Dad deserves to see where Blood & Honey is made. Especially when live music and food vendors are involved.
Taught by a lead pitmaster, the class covers how to trim and cook brisket, pork ribs, and a beef rib, and includes plenty of barbecue and Rahr & Sons beer samples.