The COVID-19 vaccine is here and things are finally starting to reopen in metro Detroit and Ann Arbor but it’s still going to be a bit crazy this Father’s Day and you may not feel comfortable venturing out this year. So, why not celebrate dad from the comfort of your home?
Need some planning tips to make the ultimate at-home Father’s Day happen? We’ve got you covered with recipes, gift ideas, fishing spots and much more.
Dads can be pretty tricky to shop for. Of course, you want to get Pops something special but a new tie year after year can get, well, boring.
If you’re looking to get your dad something that tops years past, consider one of the ideas in our roundup of Father’s Day gift ideas — bacon bonbons anyone?
Not feeling store-bought this year? A handcrafted gift that comes from the heart is another option and we’ve got roundups to help get your creative juices flowing. Check them out…
Most restaurants will likely already be open when Father’s Day rolls around but we bet it’ll be crazy trying to get a seat for a while.
If you want to brave the crowds, we suggest taking dad to a kid-friendly bar or local brewery where he can sample some of the delicious beers our state is known for.
Want to avoid the crowds? You can’t go wrong with grilled chicken or sliders on dad’s big day.
Unfortunately, COVID-19 squashed many of the annual Father’s Day events this year but that doesn’t mean you can’t treat dad to a fun day — that is unless he wants to spend his day on the couch.
Outdoorsy dads might like a trip to a local fishing spot and more relaxed dads? They might enjoy a golf outing.
This post was originally published in 2020 and is updated regularly.
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