Show the fathers, grandfathers, father figures, and mentors in your life how much you appreciate them with a unique and thoughtful Father’s Day gifts from a small business. Here are 10 unique gift ideas for Father’s Day.
Book Larder #WomanOwned
For the culinary nerds, The Food Lab: Better Home Cooking Through Science is the perfect cookbook for dads who want fool-proof methods to cooking perfectly charred, medium rare steak, tastier and gooier mac and cheese, and more classic American dishes.
Bonus: act fast, and you may score a signed copy by J. Kenji López-Alt himself!
Custom Prints, $49
The Shoppe Seahurst #BlackOwned #WomanOwned
Show your dad just how much you care with a custom print from The Shoppe Seahurst. Choose between 30+ framed 8×11 prints ranging from heartfelt to chuckle-worthy messages for your Father’s Day gift.
Lucky Envelope Brewing #AsianOwned
The Peanut Butter Cream Stout from Lucky Envelope Brewing is a unique brew that is sure to impress any adventurous, beer-drinking dad. If he’s not a fan of peanut butter, Lucky Envelope also sells Coconut Coffee Imperial Stout and a Mango Lassi Milkshake IPA.
Saltstone Ceramics #LGBTQOwned #WomanOwned
Plant dads are dads too! This handmade hanging planter by Sarah Steininger Leroux hangs on a macrame rope and is a stylish addition to anyone’s plant collection.
If you live in the Seattle area, give Father’s Day gifts of a gift certificate to a local business! You can purchase a gift certificate from over 80 participating businesses by visiting our Gift Certificate Marketplace.
For your dad, we recommend Ada’s Technical Books and Cafe. It’s the perfect place for your dad to find gadgets, books on STEM, and other tech-related reads.
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