The Best Father’s Day Food Gift Ideas

MAKE DAD’S DAY WITH LEGENDARY FOODS SHIPPED TO HIS DOOR

Brique French Toastery
Brique French Toastery’s “Rock” French Toast

Father’s Day is Dad’s special day – not only an opportunity for him to kick back and take some time all to himself, but also an opportunity for us to show him how important he is to us. It might seem like a good idea to take him out to a Father’s Day brunch or a steakhouse dinner, but just like with Mother’s Day, overpriced prix-fixe menus and tough-to-snag reservations can easily derail even the best-laid plans. 

Which is why the best Father’s Day gift of all is a food gift that will arrive on his doorstep just in time for his big day! No matter what his favorite foods and Father’s Day goals are – be they indulging in breakfast in bed or an extravagant brunch, spending the afternoon grilling Prime steaks or burgers, digging into a barbecue feast, or treating himself to something sweet – it’s all shipping straight to his door!

For a Leisurely Breakfast or Brunch

Brooklyn Bagel’s Par-Baked Bagel Brunch

Brooklyn Bagel’s Par-Baked Bagel Brunch

Since its founding in 2002, Brooklyn Bagel & Coffee Company has emerged as one of New York’s top bagel shops. All of these classic New York bagels are hand-rolled and kettle-boiled the old-fashioned way and shipped alongside Nova and cream cheese for the perfect Bagel Brunch. By par-baking their bagels before quickly freezing and shipping them to your door, Dad can start off his big day with a literally fresh-baked New York bagel!

Read More: Best New York Bagels

Brique French Toastery

Brique French Toastery’s “Rock” French Toast

Invented by Racquel “Chef Rocky” Rockquemore-Breiz while serving as personal chef for Dwayne Johnson in 2020, these colossal slabs of French toast went viral after he shared his love for them on Instagram. This world-famous French toast starts with brioche, which is dunked into creamy cinnamon-spiced custard before being cooked to a perfect golden brown. Just reheat and top with Peanut Butter Coconut Maple Syrup, Vanilla Bean Whipped Cream, and oven Toasted Coconut Chips!

Commander’s Palace’s Shrimp & Grits Dinner

Commander’s Palace’s Shrimp & Grits

Commander’s Palace is one of New Orleans’ most legendary fine dining restaurants and the winner of seven James Beard Awards, and this Shrimp & Grits is one of its most iconic dishes (yes, shrimp & grits is a breakfast dish!). It’s made with wild-caught Louisiana shrimp and creamy Creole cream cheese grits, along with a rich & buttery sauce.

Pine State Biscuits’ The Reggie Biscuit Sandwiches

Pine State Biscuits’ “The Reggie” Biscuit Sandwiches

This biscuit sandwich might just be America’s most indulgent breakfast dish! From Portland’s renowned Pine State Biscuits (where locals line up daily for a taste of their flaky, buttery biscuits), their legendary “The Reggie” Biscuit Sandwich is stacked with fried chicken, cheddar, bacon, and gravy – be sure to add on a fried egg!

For an Afternoon at the Grill

Shake Shack’s Shackburgers

Shake Shack’s Shackburgers

You know and love restaurateur Danny Meyer’s fast food icon Shake Shack, but did you ever think that you could cook up their legendary ShackBurgers at home? These start with a patty of fresh-ground, custom-blend beef from Pat LaFrieda, which is grilled and topped with melted American cheese, creamy ShackSauce, and optional lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles, and bacon.

Seaside Market’s Cardiff Crack Tri-Tips

Seaside Market’s “Cardiff Crack” Tri-Tips

Seaside Market in Cardiff by the Sea, California, is home to California’s famous “Cardiff Crack,” a Tri Tip roast cut from the bottom sirloin that’s so addictive it has attracted an intense cult following. Choose from Burgundy Pepper or Spicy Chipotle marinade and grill until perfectly medium rare!

Chef Francis Mallmann’s Traditional Argentinian Asado Kit

Chef Francis Mallmann’s Traditional Argentinian Asado Kit

Chef Francis Mallmann is synonymous with Argentinian cuisine. In fact, he’s South America’s most famous celebrity chef! The chef, TV host, and cookbook author is perhaps the world’s most renowned ambassador of traditional Patagonian-style open-fire barbecue, and his Traditional Argentinian Asado Feast is perfect for the grill. It’s overflowing with skirt steak, dry-aged boneless ribeye steaks, and Argentinian chorizo, served alongside Domino Sliced Potatoes, ratatouille, chimichurri, and salsa criolla.

Broken Arrow Ranch’s Wild Game Sausage

Broken Arrow Ranch’s Wild Game Sausage

Founded by Chris Hughes back in 1983 as a restaurant wholesaler, Broken Arrow Ranch field-harvests its game meats from nearly 40 Texas ranches with a mobile processing unit and ages the meat for 30 days before butchering. It’s the go-to for fine dining restaurants including Thomas Keller’s Per Se, and this Wild Game Sausage Pack is a perfect way to sample wild game including venison and wild boar.

For a Luxurious Dinner

Topsail Steamer’s Father’s Day Seafood Steamer Pot

Topsail Steamer’s Father’s Day Seafood Steamer Pot

North Carolina’s Topsail Steamer makes it easy to host a seafood boil – no matter where you are – by sourcing the best local seafood, doing all the prep for you, and packing it all into a bay-bucket steamer pot. Pour in a bit of beer or water, steam it on your stovetop, then spread your feast out on the paper tablecloth. 
This special Father’s Day Steamer Pot comes complete with Local North Carolina Shrimp, Cold Water Snow Crab and Lobster Tails, and two pounds of Andouille and Kielbasa. It also includes sweet corn, red bliss potatoes, and a homemade seasoning of your choice!

Joe’s Kansas City Bar-B-Que’s Ribs, Brisket, & Burnt Ends

Joe’s Kansas City Bar-B-Que’s Ribs, Brisket, & Burnt Ends

Founded by champion competition pitmasters in a former gas station over 30 years ago, Joe’s Kansas City is today one of Kansas City – and America’s – best BBQ joints. This BBQ combo pack includes the trifecta of Kansas City smoked meats: Joe’s nationally-acclaimed ribs, legendary sliced brisket, and authentic Kansas City burnt ends.

Blue Ribbon’s Complete Fried Chicken Dinner

Blue Ribbon’s Complete Fried Chicken Dinner

Blue Ribbon opened as a casual Soho Brasserie in 1992, and since then it’s become one of New York’s most beloved restaurants and has spawned more than 20 bars and restaurants nationwide. Fried chicken is their most famous dish, and this Fried Chicken Dinner partners it up with creamy mashed potatoes, sautéed collard greens, chicken gravy, and wildflower honey.

Sparks Steak House’s Filet Mignon Dinner Kit

Sparks Steak House’s Filet Mignon Dinner Kit

For more than 50 years, Sparks Steak House has represented the gold standard in iconic New York City steakhouses, recognized worldwide for its selection of top-quality aged beef, fresh seafood, and fine wines. This Filet Mignon Dinner Kit is fit for the king that Dad is: two 16-ounce filet mignons along with creamed spinach, hash brown potatoes, and a little cheesecake for dessert!

For an Indulgent Dessert

Guy Fieri’s Dessert Trash Can Nachos

Guy Fieri’s Dessert Trash Can Nachos

We’d expect nothing less from the Mayor of Flavortown! These Dessert Trash Can Nachos are a pile of sweet & savory goodness that starts with crispy cannoli chips, which are stacked with mini pretzels, chocolate toffee pieces, and brownie pieces & layered with whiskey dark chocolate and whiskey salted caramel. And, of course, it’s all piled high inside Guy’s signature trash can!

_Not Fried Chicken_ Ice Cream Bucket

Life Raft Treats’ “Not Fried Chicken” Ice Cream Bucket

A six-time finalist for the James Beard Awards’ Outstanding Pastry Chef, Chef Cynthia Wong has turned her attention to the wide world of ice cream with Life Raft Treats, and this Not Fried Chicken” Ice Cream is her signature offering: an intricate ice cream creation, complete with waffle ice cream, a chocolate-covered cookie “bone” and a coating of white chocolate and crushed corn flakes! It’s crispy, crunchy, creamy, salty, sweet, and as fun to eat as it is insanely delicious.

Read More: What is Not Fried Chicken Ice Cream

The Elegant Farmer’s Original Apple Pie Baked in a Paper Bag

The Elegant Farmer’s Original Apple Pie Baked in a Paper Bag

What started in 1946 as a small, family-run Wisconsin dairy farm has grown to become a Midwestern icon. This Original Apple Pie Baked in a Paper Bag is their signature item: it’s made with mounds of juicy Ida Red apples, and the unique cracked crust has a similar texture to a sugar cookie. Being baked in a paper bag makes the top crust uniquely crunchy while keeping the traditional bottom crust amazingly light and flakey. There’s nothing else quite like it!

Mike's Pastry Cannolis

Mike’s Pastry’s Famous Cannoli Kit

Mike’s Pastry is a Boston icon, and one of the best Italian bakeries in America. Cannoli are its signature dessert, and this Cannoli Kit includes sweet ricotta filling (choose from plain or chocolate) on the side, so you can fill the crispy shell yourself to keep it crisp and crunchy.

Read More: What is a Cannoli: Explained

And that’s just the beginning! Find more great Father’s Day food gifts on Goldbelly, and give him the best day ever!

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Dan Myers

Dan Myers is Goldbelly’s Senior Content Manager and Senior Editor of the Goldbelly Blog. He joined Goldbelly in 2020, and as the company’s primary copywriter he also writes copy for all brand marketing initiatives including marketing emails as well as on-page descriptions for all new merchants and products.

Before joining Goldbelly, Dan spent seven years as Deputy Editor for The Daily Meal, a food and drink website. During his time there, he wrote everything from news briefs to major tentpoles including the 101 Best Restaurants in America and the 50 Best Burgers in America, forming a base of knowledge that has served him well at Goldbelly.

Prior to joining The Daily Meal, Dan founded and spent several years running a neighborhood blog called Here’s Park Slope, based out of the neighborhood in Brooklyn. Its primary focus was on the opening and closing of local businesses (especially restaurants), and it was named Brooklyn’s Best Neighborhood Blog by The L Magazine.

Dan graduated from NYU with a degree in Communication & Mass Media, and still lives in Brooklyn with his wife Janie and French Bulldog, Nugget.