Business Spotlight

Father's Day 2018

Jun 13, 2018
Father's Day is just around the corner, and in case you're still looking for that perfect dad present, many of the stores in Lincoln Square can help you find a special something in time for Sunday or make reservations for delicious dad day plans and more.
 
Your one-stop shop, The Shops at Columbus Circle, is a great destination for gifts: 

Bose, on the 3rd floor
Shop a great selection of audio entertainment accessories at Bose. Upgrade Dad's music experience with a portable Bluetooth speaker or noise-canceling headphones.

Devialet, on the 2nd floor
Splurge on your favorite father with the Phantom, a one-piece music system that wirelessly streams high-resolution audio, incorporating the work of multiple pieces of equipment.
 
The Art of Shaving, on the 2nd floor 
Pick up great, luxurious personal care items for Father's Day at The Art of Shaving, like straight razors and shaving cream bowls, as well as high-quality shaving kits.

To pick up something fashionable for dad, like a tie, a new pair of summer shoes, or a stylish shirt, check out shops including J. Crew Men'sRobert GrahamThomas PinkHugo Boss, or Ted Baker, all at 10 Columbus Circle.
 
Elsewhere in the district: 

Best Buy, at 1880 Broadway (62nd Street)
Another great spot to shop for fun gadgets, Best Buy is offering some shopping deals for Father's Day. Gift a new flat screen TV, a Google Home Mini, or really spoil him this year with an Oculus Go--a virtual reality headset.

 Apple Store, Upper West Side, at 1981 Broadway (67th Street) 
A hip spot for tech-savvy dads, purchase the Apple watch or iPad he's been pining after.

Kiehl's, Since 1851, at 154 Columbus (67th Street)
Help dad's skin and hair stay suave with facial scrubs, grooming oil, and more.

For more fashion options to push dad into a stylish summer, shop Brooks Brothers at 1934 Broadway (65th Street), Banana Republic at 1976 Broadway (67th Street), Gap at 1988 Broadway (67th Street), or  Century 21 at 1972 Broadway (66th Street).

A number of our neighborhood's quality restaurants offer delicious Sunday brunch, a great way to celebrate with your father one-on-one or with the whole family. Listed below are some spots you can make reservations at for this weekend with mouth-watering menus: 
 
Atlantic Grill at 49 West 64th Street (Broadway), Asiate at the Mandarin Oriental, New York, Bar Boulud at 1900 Broadway (64th Street), Cafe Fiorello at 1900 Broadway (64th Street), Landmarc at Time Warner Center, Lincoln Ristorante at 142 West 65th Street (Columbus Ave), Jean-Georges at 1 Central Park West (Columbus Circle), The Smith at 1900 Broadway (63rd Street), P.J. Clarke's at 44 West 63rd Street (Columbus Ave), and  Rosa Mexicano at 61 Columbus Ave (62nd Street).

Check out our Where to Eat in Lincoln Square brochure for a list of restaurants in the area and reserve your Father's Day brunch in our delectable district!

If you're looking for a Sunday activity to plan with your family for Father's Day, Lincoln Square also has you covered. Take everyone to celebrate the day at the American Folk Art Museum, on Broadway between 65th and 66th Streets, our free, local museum showcasing self-taught American artists. This week, a brand new exhibit opened titled Charting the Divine Plan: The Art of Orra White Hitchcock (1796-1863)which explores the confluence of art, love, science, and religion in the extraordinary art of Orra White Hitchcock, one of America's first female scientific illustrators. Be some of the first to see it this weekend! 
 
Or, if dad is more of a movie buff, take him to a film at the Film Society of Lincoln Center between Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues on 65th Street, enjoy new release Summer 1993, a Spanish drama of family and childhood, or 1969 film The Damned, which chronicles the downfall of a wealthy German family doing business with the Nazi Party. 
 
Also on Lincoln Center's campus, Lincoln Center is offering free guided tours of the iconic campus each Sunday in June at 1:30pm to celebrate New York Music Month. As Father's Day is Sunday, June 17, grab the family and take a free tour, maybe even after a delicious local brunch!
 
Happy Father's Day!
 
Photo credit: The Art of Shaving