This comes after research from money.co.uk revealed Brits would spend big this Father’s Day, with increasing by 20% to £24 per gift since last year.
The Shibden Mill in Halifax, West Yorkshire, will be hosting a special Father’s Day breakfast on the Sunday, with free pints of ale for dads.
Furthermore, fathers will be treated with a feast fit for a king at Adam Handling’s the Loch & the Tyne in Old Windsor Berkshire. Sunday roast will be served, complete with all the trimmings, including side dishes such as ‘Beef Wellington, horseradish’ and ‘Pork belly, pear, rosemary’ creating using British ingredients.
The gastropub has also added a Tomashawk steak to the menu especially for the occasion, complete with all the Sunday roast sides alongside crispy bone marrow and chili butter.
You can also purchase the exclusive Father’s Day cocktail, ‘Bone Daddy’, which is made using tequila that has been fat-washed with the excess chilli butter and bone marrow. Dads will also be offered chilli seeds to take home with a recipe card, detailing how to make the chilli butter at home.
St Kew Inn, Bodmin, Cornwall will also be hosting a special meal, with the Smokey Sunday pork feast priced at £50 a head, and the meal will be followed by live music from shanty-singing band the Stowes at 3pm.
In addition, the Maltby-based Chadwicks Inn, South Yorkshire will be hosting a traditional Sunday lunch with fish and veggie options to pick from, and the Black Friar in Salford, greater Manchester, is treating dads to bottomless Boddingtons.
What’s more, plenty of venues are selling gift cards as last minute gifts for dads, including the Pipe and Glass in South Dalton, East Riding of Yorkshire. The vouchers are redeemable at the restaurant, bar or for an overnight stay.