Where to feed him:
Intercontinental Adelaide Restaurant: Say thank you to your dad this Father's Day with lunch or dinner at one of InterContinental Adelaide's award winning restaurants. All fathers receive a complimentary glass of either Shaw and Smith Sauvignon Blanc or Leconfield Cabernet Sauvignon. –www.intercontinental.com/adelaide
The Stamford Grand: Spoil Dad this father's day with breakfast in bed followed by an afternoon of indulgence in The Promenade Restaurant. Bring him along to lunch or High Tea with both menus featuring some classic combinations just for Dad. Time: First sitting 12.30pm – 2.30pm, Second sitting 3pm – 5pm Cost: High Tea $34 per person (minimum 2 people), Buffet Lunch $42 per person – http://www.stamford.com.au/sga/
Jetty Road: Come to any one of the number of great restuarants on Jetty Road to celebrate what your Dad does for you. They have so many great restuarants to choose from. Does your Dad like Pizza, Pasta or does he prefer a great pub meal? Then afterwards take him across the road and treat him to a hot chocolate from Bracegirdles. – http://jettyroadglenelg.com/
Myer has a range of specials for father's day this year. Pick up something that he will love at a great price. Visit Myer online for more details – http://www.myer.com.au/
Westfield Marion: Great gift ideas for Dad, whether he loves sport, business or is the most trendy Dad going round. Check out Westfield Marion's present ideas – http://www.westfield.com.au/au/shopping/mens-fashion-accessories/style-file/fashion-trends
Rundle Mall: With over 1000 retail stores and services you are sure to find something that will catch your Dad's eye. – http://www.rundlemall.com/
Things to do:
Dad loves the footy?
Head over to Adelaide Oval on Father's Day, as the Oval hosts its first AFL clash before the redevelopment is complete. Port Adelaide takes on Melbourne in their Round 24 clash from 2.40pm. The game should be extremely competitive with both teams desperate for a win. Don't miss this Father's Day spectacle that will give South Australia a taste of top level football in the heart of the city. Cost: $25 for SACA members, $26.50 for an adult, $20.35 for a concession and only $2.50 for ages 6-15. Children under 6 get in for free. – http://www.adelaideoval.com.au/
Is your Dad a thrill seeker?
The Royal Adelaide Show is on again this Father's Day. So gather the family together, crack open your piggy bank and shout Dad a day at the show. Buy him some hot donuts, take him on a ride and watch the fireworks as the day comes to an end. Make sure you get a few showbags out of it! – http://www.theshow.com.au/showground/royal-adelaide-show/royal-adelaide-show-home.jsp
Does he like a beer or two?
McLaren Vale Beer Company: McLaren Vale Beer Company is South Australia's leading craft beer producer. It's inaugural award-winning product, Vale Ale, is an Australian style Pale Ale that was the leading SA medal winner at the 2010 Sydney Royal Beer Competition. – http://mvbeer.com/