Best Father’s Day gifts on Roman Road
If you are looking for inspiration about what to get your dad on Father’s Day, you will be surprised what you can get on Roman Road. Here is our selection of the best Father’s Day gifts on our doorstep.
Whether your dad wants a steak, a bottle of red, an accessory for his Vespa or a new pair of socks, we’ve brought you the ultimate Father’s Day haul from the high street.
Zee and Co, 454 Roman Road
If you want to splash out this Father’s Day you don’t have to leave the Roman to do so. Pick up this Eight & Bob aftershave for a cool £130. Lucky dad.
For more information, visit Zeeandco.co.uk
Scootech, 452 Roman Road
Scootech is the only Vespa stockist in east London, so it’s only right you swing by to get a classic, old school Vespa helmet (£139).
For more information, visit scootech.co.uk
Paradise Cycles, 63 Roman Road
The guys in Paradise Cycles know their wheels. They can give your dad an hour-long tutorial on how every cog and spoke work (a voucher is £35 and will get you a 1-on-1 session).
For more information, visit paradisecycles.co.uk
Peckover Butchers, 195 Roman Road
Treat your dad to a perfect steak this weekend, cut fresh by Gavin and delicious with these condiments (a steak will cost between £5-8 and the condiments are £2.75).
For more information, visit their Facebook page.
Roman Tackle, 624 Roman Road
If you find this photo as overwhelming as we do, invest in a voucher so your dad can pick his own fishing accessories. Roman Tackle has it all and will get him one step closer to bringing back some dinner.
For more information, visit nashtackle.co.uk
Snap Store, 465 Roman Road
Use Father’s Day as an excuse to mooch around this beautiful print and homeware shop. We picked out this The East End in Colour by David Granick (£16.95), Bethnal Green print (£22.95) and one of owner Helen’s humorous Father’s Day card (£2.40).
For more information, visit snap-store.com
Whistles Boutique, 168 Roman Road
Socks are a Father’s Day classic. These colourful pairs from Viyella are a step up from the everyday (£10 per pair). For more information, call 020 8981 2044.
Impulse Shoes, 579 Roman Road
Stock up on some Birkenstocks for your dad’s summer holidays. Impulse has some great colours, and options made from entirely vegan materials (£55). For more information, ring 020 8980 2151.
Symposium, 363 Roman Road
Giuseppe is the perfect drinks-menu-tour-guide in this very special wine shop and restaurant. For Father’s Day, he’s picked out these colourful Italian pale ales (£3.35 each).
For more information, visit symposiumlondon.co.uk
Barüch, 452 Roman Road
It’s hard to settle on one thing when you’re in Baruch. For your dad, we think the spicy Meraki cotton haze body wash is right on (£16).
Skin and Tonic, 604 Roman Road
If you want your dad to get primped and preened, buy him a voucher (worth as much as you want) from Skin and Tonic, where they can sort him out with a facial, a massage or even a full body wax.
For more info, visit skinandtonicbeauty.com
Rockafella, 81 Roman Road
Do you want to make your dad a bit cooler? Rockafella has you sorted. Pick up designers gems like this Diesel wallet (from a selection).
Ginger White, 103 Roman Road
If you’re after something more sentimental, Ginger White are brilliant at printing and bespoke framing to make your dad’s walls beautiful.
For more information, visit gingerwhite.co.uk
Lofty’s, 539 Roman Road
It’s hard to pick a favourite when Tony’s shop is bursting with amazing pieces. He chose this chess board coffee table (£129). For more information and an up to date list of products, visit www.facebook.com/loftysfurniture.
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