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20 Unique Father's Day Gift Ideas in Dallas-Fort Worth


Struggling to find dad the perfect gift for Father's Day this year? We've curated a a list of Dallas-inspired Father's Day activities and gifts that will make this holiday the most memorable one yet. From sporting events, to cigars, dad approved restaurants and more, we have rounded up some of our favorites.

We even included activities for the dog dads in your life! So don't worry about a last minute shopping trip to the same old stores to get dad a new tie, we've got you covered!

1. TREAT HIM TO ALL-You-Can-EAt SEATS at a Rangers Game

Since the move to Globe Life Field, the All-You-Can-Eat seats at Texas Rangers baseball games have relocated to left field in the lower concourse, in sections 27-33. The closest entrance to these sections is the the TXU Electricity North Entrance by Texas Live. You'll go down the elevators to the lower concourse and they'll check your ticket one more time when you get down there to make sure you're in the right place, and give you an All-You-Can-Eat wristband. Prices for individual tickets start at $39, and entitle you to free grilled chicken sandwiches, hamburgers, footlong hot dogs, nachos, peanuts, popcorn, and unlimited soft drink refills.

TICKET DISCOUNT: Use our ticket links to get discounts on All-You-Can-Eat tickets! CLICK HERE!

2. Book a Round at Cowboys Golf Club

Etched into Grapevine's rolling hills, Cowboys Golf Club is the first and only NFL-themed golf club in the world, and one of the region's only all-inclusive world-class resort golf properties. The club is open to the public seven days a week for golf, dining, hospitality and private events, ranging from weddings and golf tournaments to corporate outings, fundraising galas, business meetings, holiday parties and other special occasions. Dad will absolutely love grabbing a bite a the Ring of Honor Kitchen at the turn.

3. Treat him to a manly massage

Did you know that most spas offer specific treatments just for men? Pamper dad with a massage, pedicure, scrub or facial this Father’s Day. Some of our favorites are the Adolphus spa which offers a full men’s manicure and pedicure, or the Hotel Crescent Court which has an array of men's services like their Sports Massage. The scrub is designed to increase circulation and purification with body brushing, exfoliation, therapeutic oils and mud. You can also just get him a classic Four Seasons Signature Massage at the Four Seasons in Las Colinas, because sometimes a basic massage is all he needs.

ALSO // We have an entire blog post on spas, click here to read more!

4. Head to TeXas LIVE to watch the US Open

If your dad plans to park himself on the couch this weekend to binge the US Open golf tournament, then take him to Texas Live for a change of scenery. This MASSIVE sports bar in Arlington has plenty of tvs, lots of beer and great food for you and dad to have a day out of the house watching (literally) every sport on.

5. Grab a beer and play some trivia at Four Corners

Looking for something more casual? Head to trivia at Four Corners Brewery Co where dad can grab a beer, and play team trivia with the family thanks to Geeks who Drink! Games begin at 5pm every Sunday and they run one of the best contests in town.

6. For the Dog Dads: Grab a beer and play with your pup at Mutts

Fur babies count too! For all the dog dads out there, Mutts is the perfect spot to bring your pup and celebrate. Mutts is an outdoor dog park and bar. They have beer, frozen margaritas, cocktails and food, so you can spend a whole afternoon with a drink in hand letting your doggo run around!

7. Indulge in Texas BBQ at Terry Black’s

Give dad a break from cooking and take him to Terry Blacks in Deep Ellum. This barbecue spot is a Dallas favorite and the perfect spot to spend the afternoon. We love their meats but even more their mac n cheese, cream corn and banana pudding for dessert! Get a Black's frozen margarita, it is fantastic.

8. Buy him some cigars from West Jax cigar lounge

Cigar connoisseurs unite at this premium cigar lounge located in the Fort Worth medical district! Dad will absolutely love the West Jax selection of cigars, or a visit to the joint to watch your favorite sporting event and enjoy a craft cocktail or two!

9. Treat him to a steak at Dakotas Steakhouse

If you want a fancier experience where dad can get a bottle of wine and a filet, then grab reservations at Dakota's Steakhouse. The swanky downtown joint is actually hidden underground, making for a really mysterious and cool dining experience. All you’ll see is an elevator, that will take you downstairs below ground level where you’ll find an intimate steakhouse, a bar and a beautifully vibey patio section.

10. Bowling and a movie at Strike + Reel

The Summer Movie Series at Strike + Reel is a bargain for the whole family. They've got a great lineup of family-favorite movies showing Monday-Thursday from June 19-Aug. 10 with tickets at just $5. Pair that with a great meal and a few games of bowling, and that's an outing everyone can get behind.

11. Throw some axes at Whiskey Hatchet

For the dads with kids over the age of 21, Whiskey Hatchet is the perfect Father’s Day activity! Bring mom and any siblings (over 21) too to throw some axes and see who will be named the best axe-thrower, because what’s a family event without some healthy competition? Stay for a while and order a cocktail, beer, wine or food!

12. see the fort worth Stock Yards and Get Ribs at Risky's

Take dad on a mini day trip to Fort Worth! Hit the classics like the Fort Worth stockyards, or see if there are any concerts he's into at Billy Bobs. Looking for more? We have an entire guide to the Stockyards, featuring our favorite spots you can't miss and dad will love. Find that HERE! But don't leave without gnawing on some ribs at Risky's Steakhouse.

13. Buy him some time at Texas Card house

Reserve dad some time at the new Texas Card House for some poker! To get through the legal loopholes around gambling in Texas, you can pay a membership fee and then pay an hourly or daily rate for a seat at the table. It's also BYOB! Just make sure if he has pocket aces and wins big, he pays you a cut.

14. Take him fishing at the Sound

The Sound is an area in Coppell with an amphitheater, shops, restaurants and even a dog park! Bring dad for a bite to eat and then enjoy fishing on their pond. It’s catch and release and perfect for a day out!

15. Get steaks to grill out at home from Cooper's

If dad prefers to be behind the grill, then grab some steaks from Cooper's Meat Market over by Trinity Groves and let him pick the finest cut. Since 1997, Cooper's has been one of the leading suppliers of Certified Angus Beef Prime and Choice Aged beef to DFW's most demanding connoisseurs of meat and gourmet foods. They've got plenty of appetizers, sides, casseroles, and beer and wine to complete the meal, too.

16. play mini golf and duffle board at ANOTHER ROUND in Oak Cliff

C'mon what dad doesn't love a good game of golf?! Get the whole fam hype for Father's Day at Another Round, a newly renovated indoor mini golf course with 18 over-the-top golfing holes, a full service bar and a duffle board space (in case your wondering, it's like shuffle board, but with a golf twist!)

17. Take Dad Shopping at scheels

Let us begin by saying, Scheels is iconic for more reasons than one. You can make a whole day out of this place with dad! Begin with shopping in the sporting goods and outdoors section, make your way to the fishing gear, then hit the Ferris wheel to close out the perfect Father's Day excursion with the fam!

18. Grab cocktails and enjoy live music at lockwood distillery

Take dad to the distillery to enjoy a few spirits. Lockwood Distilling Co. is a small distillery with restaurant tables inside as well as outdoor patio seating! On Friday and Saturday nights they even have live music! Celebrate Father's Day a little early with a Saturday night at the distillery with craft cocktails and tunes.

19. GRAB DAD A HAT BY true brVnd

Get dad dressed in the drip with True Brvnd. True Brand has hats, outerwear and shirts that are all decked out with a Dallas touch. If you're dad loves fashion or needs a little help from the fashionista,😉 True Brand has you covered...literally.🧢

20. go for a tour of at&T Stadium

Take an afternoon to throw the ball on the field or admire the works of art in AT&T Stadium. AT&T Stadium is more than the home of the Dallas Cowboys, it’s a world of facts and figures about the world’s largest domed structure, an art museum and even a classroom. The things you can do inside AT&T Stadium are endless, and with AT&T Stadium Tours, you can experience them all.

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