It's Friday night, Father's Day is on Sunday, and you haven't gotten him a gift yet. You're not alone.
Sur La Table Stainless Steel Herb Grill Grid - on sale for $24, and an easy way to "fancy up" grilled meats with fresh herb flavor.
You say he doesn't have a grill? Get him one: the Weber Smokey Joe model is a good starter – small and inexpensive, it's $29 at Walmart. You can't beat that.
Pick up a sixer of his favorite beer, and present it cold in this Six Pack Tote from Built NY – only $23, it saves you from wrapping paper and will be used for years to come. This Camo pattern would be a big hit with any huntsman (and it's manly enough to compensate for the fact that you're basically giving him an insulated man-purse for his beer…).
And if you don't have the time (or the money) to purchase one of these items, why not go back to basics – serve him up some breakfast in bed with a homemade card and a big hug. Pull out his favorite sections of the Sunday paper. Set the DVR to record the US Open for him. Ask if there are any things on his "to do" list that you can take care of for him. It's these little gestures that will add up to big appreciation. After all, that's what Father's Day is about – reminding Dad just how much you appreciate him.