It’s almost Father’s Day and anxiety can creep in when you’re trying to narrow it down to the perfect gift for the man who deserves it all. For the father who seems to have everything DFW has several businesses that offer unique items that help make this your best Father’s Day yet.
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3131 Turtle Creek Blvd., Suite 915
Dallas, TX 75219
Dallas’ exclusive jewelry concierge company, Nine-Eighteen, provides high-quality service, hard to find jewelry selections and custom-made designer collections to some of Dallas’ most elite. Owners Kim Burgan and Darin Kunz privately select each designer collection and guarantee that their pieces will be unique, top of the line and swoon worthy. Surprisingly enough, some of the most fashion conscious and savvy customers of Nine-Eighteen are the men who willingly soak up the private and intimate shopping experience. Currently, Nine-Eighteen has designer jewelry items in stock for the fashion-forward male; most notably its David Heston designer collection. Branded as “sophisticated, with an edge…”, the David Heston collection at Nine-Eighteen puts an edgier twist to classic menswear pieces and has a wide range of exceptional jewelry pieces making for one unforgettable Father’s Day gift.
The Gents Place
10720 Preston Road, Suite 2500
Dallas, TX 75230
Every man loves a good shave, but what happens when you mix a luxury shave with an upper body massage? The creation is pure bliss. For the father who is always on the go, The Gents Place is the perfect location to unwind, relax and escape to a lavish paradise. Men as well as women deserve to pamper themselves and this extravagant grooming and lifestyle club is committed to making your father look and feel his best at all times. Choose from a three to seven-course hair service or select a private pedicure service that includes whiskey and a television. During this “manly” pedicure, your father will enjoy the pleasure of a hot stone massage while he relaxes at his throne. For a pampering and grooming experience unlike any other, give your father the gift of The Gents Place.
Bon Ton Roule
6500 Camp Bowie Blvd.
Fort Worth, TX 76116
Voted as one of the top cigar locations in the DFW metroplex, Bon Ton Roule is the perfect location to buy a gift if your father is a cigar aficionado. French for “let the good times roll”, Bon Ton Roule stays true to its name and to its exclusive selection of cigars. Customers rave about Bon Ton Roule’s exceptional customer service, and staff members will go above and beyond in helping you narrow down your choices from the store’s vast assortment.
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2601 W. Mockingbird Lane
Dallas, TX 75235
Nothing makes a man feel more luxuriant than having his own customized or tailored clothing pieces. Servicing some of the top professionals in the Dallas and Fort Worth areas, J. Hilburn specializes in styling men in the finest of fabrics at an affordable price. Treat your dad to a pair of customized trousers or a specially-tailored suit for Father’s Day by hiring him his own personal J. Hilburn style consultant. J. Hilburn uses only the finest of materials for its clothing — usually from the elite mills of Italy. Give your father the treatment he deserves and upgrade his style and wardrobe with a special fitting from J. Hilburn.
Texas Motor Speedway
3545 Lone Star Circle
Fort Worth, TX 76177
Is your dad into NASCAR or has he always claimed that in his former life he was a race car driver? You can make his dreams come true with the ultimate NASCAR racing package at Texas Motor Speedway. Choose from a Richard Petty experience or a Mario Andretti experience that allows your racing obsessed dad to sit behind the wheel of an actual race car and get the adrenaline rush he has always desired. Give your dad the ultimate Father’s Day experience with a Texas Motor Speedway package that allows him to feel like the champion that he is and to fulfill his lifelong fantasy. Packages range in prices and can be quoted by calling the speedway.
Leah Frazier is a freelance writer covering all things Dallas. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.