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There Are No Ties or Sweater Vests in This Father’s Day Gift Guide
You will find bacon-flavored olive oil, though. By Sarah Zlotnick
Comments () | Published June 11, 2012

Another Father’s Day, another boring set of golf balls, dress socks, or polo shirts thrown dear old Dad’s way. Not this year though! Really. Well + Being’s got a great guide to relaxing massages and other spa specials in Washington, and Best Bites has the food-and-drink-obsessed front covered. And here on Shop Around, we rounded up a stylish little group of games, knickknacks, and grilling and homeware tools. Wooden iPhone cases, leather camera straps, portable ping pong—it’s all here.

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