You definitely don't remember the first time you met your dad, but he remembers the first time he met you. Dads are our role models, and on a day like Father's Day, it's important that we celebrate everything they've done from that first time they met us. Here's what you can do for Dad on this special day.
Cooking Class at EATALY
Traditionally, it's mom who cooks, right? Not these days. Treat dad to a cooking class the whole family can enjoy at EATALY where you'll learn how to become a master in the kitchen. Book a class to learn different dishes from traditional homemade pasta with sauce to other more intricate meals served in EATALY's restaurants. At the end, you'll get to eat it and toast to a glass of champagne, but even more fun, you'll be spending time cooking with the family.
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Go to a Football Game
Maybe Dad hasn't had time to get to as many games as he anticipated this year. As football season is soon coming to an end, take him to a game before it's over. Whether he's a fan of Milan, Roma or Napoli, all teams have games at the end of the month, making this a perfect opportunity to spend some sports time with Dad. What better way to celebrate than by cheering for your favourite team?
Shopping on Montenapoleone
While balancing the many duties of life, fathers don't always have time for shopping. Maybe they pretend not to like it, but we know the truth. Spend some time in the sun strolling down Montenapoleone in Milan and enjoy the simplicity of walking and window shopping with Dad. As you pop in and out of stores, be sure to remind yourself that it's not every day you get to shop with dad. Perhaps, buy him something nice... and maybe something for yourself too.
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Dinner at Filippo La Mantia
With an atmosphere inspired by the Italian tradition of family, Filippo La Mantia is the perfect upscale choice for a family dinner on Father's Day. The trendy restaurant offers a selection of Sicilian-inspired food that the whole family will love, and private rooms are available for booking if you'd like to keep dinner intimate. Enjoy an evening of unique flavours different from your typical Milanese restaurant experience.
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Bake a Homemade Italian Dessert
Whether you decide to do something fancy or not, at the end of the day, it's all about family. Make new traditions, and keep some old. Spend some time at home with Dad by simply making his favorite dessert with him - whether it's tiramisu, cannoli, panna cotta or something else, sometimes the best messes can be made in the kitchen. Enjoy the simplicity of baking with Dad and enjoy family time while delving into your delicious creations at the end.
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