Is your dad that guy who always says, “Save your money, you don’t need to get me anything?” That’s my dad. He is the hardest guy to buy for when it comes to any holiday. While he says “don’t give me anything,” I want to give him a little token of my affection and gratitude. After all that he’s done for me and my family and my brother and his family, a little something is the least I can do. If your dad is like mine then we have a few good ideas to make your Father’s Day gift-giving easier.
50 Places To Drink Beer Before You Die book Travel and beer make a great combination. This book features the best places to imbibe while taking in the local flavor. From Asheville to Prague, this book has Dad covered. $24.95
Beer Snob glass For the beer aficionado comes the perfect glass. If Dad considers himself a connoisseur of beer then pick up one – or many – of these glasses and pair them with his favorite import brews. $14
Pale Ale Gummies These sugary treats are sure to delight Dad’s sweet tooth. While technically not beer, these gummies have a fresh citrus flavor with a smooth finish. $8.50
The New Camp Cookbook Help Dad up his cookout game with this beautiful new cookbook from Linda Ly. Take him from hot dogs to tin foil seafood boil faster than you can say Sasquatch. $25
Stanley 8-oz Flask On those cold nights a little nip of something will keep Dad warm. It doesn’t get more durable than Stanley, so you can count on Dad having this for years to come. $30
Adventure Awaits Travel Candle Scent is one of the best memory inducers, so why not give him a candle that reminds him of all the adventures he’s had and all of the adventures left to come? $16
This is NPR book A look at the first 40 years of NPR, this book is an intimate glimpse of all the stories that shaped our history from the people who were on the ground and on the air. Dad will be entertained and inspired. $29.95
Alarm clock The early bird gets the worm, so help Dad start his morning on time with this handsome alarm clock in a deep navy blue with brass accents. It’s as good looking as dear old Dad! $42.50
Philosophy Pencils For the dad that waxes poetic about every subject, these are the pencils for him. Every discipline has its own very special terminology. Inspire Dad’s love of philosophy with words like Eudaimonia, Akrasia, and Dialectic this Father’s Day. $19
Owner Amy Rutherford started Red Barn because she wanted to deliver a service — to provide both old and new in one place. No longer will busy shoppers be limited to reproductions or forced to shop multiple flea markets for the look or gifts they want. The trick in blending old and new, vintage and modern, classic and quirky, is balance. And Amy’s knack for mixing rustic antiques with urban chic has created a look that is both fresh and familiar.
Red Barn Mercantile opened its doors in September 2007 with a single vision in mind: providing old and new to offer our customers signature whole-room designs at great prices.
We’re more than a furniture boutique and provide more personalized service than a big box retailer. We work hard to bring you the highest quality furniture and gifts, the most unique conversation starters, wall hangings and accent pieces, whether they come from off-the-beaten-track flea markets, or the latest designers.
1117 King Street
Alexandria, VA 22314