Delight your Dad this Father’s Day – Sunday 18th June


Father’s day is right around the corner so a little preparation might be a good idea to surprise your Dad with something special.

Start the day the right with brunch at Bill’s on Gandy Street, where the quirky atmosphere and delicious food will leave your Dad in a fantastic mood for the rest of the day! For a sweet tooth choose the buttermilk pancakes, or if you’re a savoury soul, go for the classic Bill’s breakfast; there’s something for the whole family. ALSO, If you share a video of your Dad dancing on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook using the hashtag #billsdancingdads, you could be in the chance to win one of five Red Letter Day vouchers worth £100. So put some music on and grab a camera! Find out more, as well as the T&C’s here.

For an exciting and fun way to involve the little ones (8-12 years old), book Digi Makers Father’s Day Card workshop. Children can design and personalise their cards using 2D software, and with all materials provided, it’s a fantastic personalised gift! The workshop takes place at Exeter Library on Saturday 17th June, booking is required.

An alternative personalised pick could be Marks & Spencer’s made to measure shirt . Design it all yourself online, including the fabric, collars, cuffs and buttons before entering his measurements (that might be the tricky bit if it’s a surprise), and their clever technology will do the rest.

Why not just keep it simple and raise a glass for your Dad at Café Rouge, Princesshay, where you will receive a complimentary bottle of house red, white or rose when booking a table of 4 or more. Don’t forget to book!

For a special dinner with a complimentary tipple for your Dad, choose between Zizzi’s, Bella Italia or Las Iguana’s. Or if he’d prefer a free pair of slippers, then book your table with The Cosy Club, where he can keep his toes ‘cosy’ when he orders a main meal. What’s not to like?

If your Dad is a fan of blue music, why not book some tickets to go and see Laurence Jones on Sunday evening at Exeter Phoenix. Said to be the ‘future of blues’ this is a great alternative and a perfect treat for your musical dad.


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