The Art of Shaving
"The Royal Shave"
Any dad will tell you that there is nothing like an old-fashioned hot shave. And Father's Day is a great way to treat your Dad to this VIP treatment. Our recommendation is a gift card for the Royal Shave at The Art of Shaving in Beachwood Mall. This 45-minute treatment allows the master barber to deliver an indulgent grooming experience in a very manly setting. The $55 experience will definitely make an impression on dad. 216.514.5116,
The Brew Kettle
"Brew-On-Premise Gift Card"
Most of us have a memory of our first beer with dad. How about the first time you brewed beer with him? Well, The Brew Kettle Brewery & Smokehouse (8377 Pearl Rd.) can make that memory a reality. Grab a gift card and make an appointment — you will quickly become dad's favorite kid. The Strongsville staple has more than 100 different recipes of brews for your pops to choose from. And by the time you customize the label and bottle it, your dad will be bragging about you till Christmas. 440.239.8788
"Rusty Wallace Racing Experience"
Let dad take the wheel of a NASCAR race car. You heard us right. Sandusky Speedway is offering a Rusty Wallace Racing Experience. He can either do a one-hour 3-lap course, or a two-hour 10-lap option. Whether he chooses to ride shot gun or take the stock car out solo, this is an awesome gift. sanduskyspeedway.com
"Custom Engraved Baseball Bat"
It has been most dads' fantasy to have an engraved baseball bat since The Natural coined "Wonderboy." Bring that fantasy to life at Johnnyville Slugger (1826 West 25th St.) in Ohio City. Here you can get dad a custom engraved bat with everything from logos to pictures to signatures. This will be an instant walk-off home run of an idea. 216.470.4838
"Gun Rental and Range"
Sometimes dad just needs to get the lead out. And what better way than renting a Glock and blowing some holes through an Osama Bin Laden paper target? Stonewall Range (100 Ken Mar Industrial Parkway) in Broadview Heights allows you to get a gift card so your dad can rent a pistol, put some head sets on and get some frustration out. Go ahead. Make his day! 440. 526.0029
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