Best Places To Take Dad On Fathers Day – Top Five
Your dad, pops, the old man, he's been there for you your whole life, now it's time to be there for him on this special day. Whether your dad's an outdoor type, tech savy, or appreciates some of the finer things in life, this list will help guide you on where to bring your dad on Fathers Day.
If your dad can't get enough gadgets in his house, make sure you bring him to Brookstone in the Mall of Acadiana. They've got plenty to choose from, and most likely something that your dad doesn't have but will definitely want. From massage chairs, to iPod and iPad accessories to grill accessories and more, it's a great way for your dad to relax and possibly bring out the kid in him again. Just around the corner from the Food Court, Brookstone will be a wonderful diversion on Fathers Day.
If your dad is into sports, then be sure to bring him to Fabacher Field in Youngsville on the Friday or Saturday before Fathers Day and take in a exciting game of baseball with Acadiana's own Cane Cutters. Ticket prices range from $6-$10 per game, and with the beautiful Fabacher Field as the setting, you'll be up close to the action. Better yet, pick up some season tickets and catch even more games.
For the man who appreciates a fine cigar, then bring dad to Piper's Haven on Congress Street. Renee Girard has amassed a huge selection of quality cigars from across the Americas as well as the Caribbean. From Fonseca to the Montecristo and plenty of other labels, there's bound to be a style, size and flavor that will fit your dad's taste.
If your dad is the outdoors type, from hunting to fishing or any other sporting activity, be sure to visit Academy Sports and Outdoors. Their huge building is stocked with everything for the outdoorsman. From aisles and aisles of fishing tackle, hunting gear, camping supplies and even exercise equipment to keep him in shape, there's bound to be something that would make him a happy camper. Let dad roam the store hunting for items he may need or didn't know he needed.
For something a little different, take a lil trip down HWY 90 and visit Avery Island. You can visit the Tabasco factory, or take a tour of the gardens and jungle areas and be surrounded by some amazing wildlife, which owes it's existence to the work of 'Ned' McIlhenny. It's a great way to get out of the busy, hectic life and take a moment to relax and enjoy some peace and beautiful scenery.