If your dad – like most dads – fancies stepping out into the backyard and firing up the BBQ on a nice sunny day, Nuba’s limited Father’s Day BBQ Kit may be THE thing to make his inner grillmaster tingle, but also save a bunch of prep work.
All you need to do is the grilling and the feast is all set. The kit feeds up to 4 and even comes with 4 bottles of 33 Acres Craft Beer to toast the special day.
Pick up on June 21 or June 22 at your local Nuba | Pre-order here
If your dad enjoys spot prawns: Chef Omori has crafted a limited BC Spot Praw Sunomono and a Fiddlehead Goma-ae with Spot Prawn Head Dashi Miso Soup. It is available dine-in and only through June 19th to June 21st.
P.S. if dine-in isn’t your thing yet, their take-out menu has many delicious options.
If dad is the type to wave off any “grand” or fancy celebratory dinners, Trattoria’s Dinner for Four pasta platter sit in the smack middle of being simple and schmancy. The platter is made up of truffle spaghetti with 4 meatballs, 8 pieces of crab and lobster ravioli, and penne bolognese.
It is rounded off with a salad, tiramisu for dessert, and your choice of a bottle or red and white wino.
Pick up or dine-in only on June 21 at Burnaby/Kitsilano locations | Pre-order by phone here.
If brunch is dad’s thing, then bring home Glowbal’s popular brunch buffet home! Like the real-deal buffet, you get a little bit from every station. Like the classic eggs benny and BBQ baby back ribs from the carving station & entrees; pasta salad and sliced smoked salmon from the seafood & salad station; and baby sugared donuts and mini assorted pastries from the breakfast pastry station.
The only difference? No line to wait at and not having to worry about someone taking the last mini tiramisu…
Each package serves 2 people and is designed to be shared. Simply order more packages if you have a family of 4 or more.
Note: EVERYTHING in the menu above is included in the package. 2 of each.
Pick up only on June 21 or delivery via. Door Dash/Uber Eats | Pre-order here.
Our pick of the BEST sushi spot in the city. Fresh fish and mean hand rolls. Their dons are also really well received (they sell out QUICK fyi). If you’re lucky, you’re within the delivery radius. If not…it’s still worth it to go pick it up yourself.
These 7 options should help you nail down what tasty meal to celebrate Father’s Day. But if you’re still looking for more options to choose from (and end up with decision paralysis), our Vancouver food bucket list may be your solution.