4 years Ago
Bill Cosby once said, “Fatherhood is pretending the present you love most is soap-on-a-rope.” Buying gifts can be hard, especially when your dad is the kind of man who has it all. This Father’s Day, IfOnly has put together a collection of unique gifts to help you show him how much you care. From the poker tables in Las Vegas to a hot air balloon ride over Mount Everest, these one-of-a-kind gifts will make his year.
A lot of people will tell you that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, so what better way to spoil Dad than with a few culinary delights? Treat him to an afternoon apprenticeship with legendary chef and “Top Chef Masters” star Jonathan Waxman, or help him stock up his wine cellar with a consultation from world-famous sommelier Rajat Parr. He can also put his mixology skills to use with this specially curated collection of cocktail recipes.
For years, your Dad has been an inspiring force – protecting you, believing in you, and making you feel like the most important person in the world. As he soars over the top of Mount Everest in a hot air balloon and becomes one of only a handful of people to see the summit of the highest mountain in the world, you will inspire him in ways he has never imagined.
With lessons from some of the best sports instructors in the world, you can repay Dad for all the lessons he taught you growing up. Let him learn from the legendary instructor that taught Jack Nicklaus with a private golf clinic, or help him practice his backhand with a private lesson from tennis pro and star coach Brad Gilbert. He can even live out his football dreams with this private training session from Hall of Famer Jerry Rice.
Chances are you have at least a couple memories that include Dad rocking out to a Beatles song, so treat him to premier tickets to Sir Paul McCartney’s final show and let him become part of music history as he watches one legend say goodbye to another at the final concert ever at Candlestick Park in San Francisco.
Even the man who has it all won’t have these impossible-to-get gifts, and we promise that Dad will love them even more than soap-on-a-rope. This year, he won’t even have to pretend.