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The Ultimate Father’s Day 2021 Gift Guide in Montclair

by Jordan and Joelle Hernandez
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With the weather warming up, summer weekends starting, and life resuming, it is easy to forget Father’s Day is right around the corner. Every special guy deserves a special gift on this day whether he goes by dad, grandpa, uncle, cousin, godfather, stepdad, or friend. Show your love with a local gift. We have rounded up some of the best gifts in town for dad. Read on to check out a list of gift ideas that can be purchased in Montclair for Father’s Day.


100% Recycled Cotton Crewneck Sweatshirt from &son | 43a Church Street


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Calling all the chill dudes out there. A relaxed sweatshirt is perfect for any activity dad is looking to do, and he will be giving back to the environment while doing it. &son boutique was created by a mother-son duo. The shop blends urban and suburban styles together. Each piece has a one-of-a-kind feel.

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Outerwear from Heratij | 30 S Fullerton Avenue


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Summer is the best time to do outdoor activities with your leading man. To be sure he is outfitted in proper attire, check out outerwear pieces from Heratij. If the plans call for a day with dad indoors, Heratij can keep him stylish with their line of jeans and flannels.

ZZ plant from Moss + More | 246 Bellevue Avenue

Moss + More

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#PlantDad is growing in popularity on social sites which means a plant for dad could quite literally build his social status. The ZZ plant is simple to care for, requiring little maintenance to make it easy for your loved one. A plant can brighten any room or day making it a great gift for Father’s Day.

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Custom suit from Mr. Killion | 182 Glenridge Avenue

Mr. Killion

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For the dads in need of a dapper look, a custom suit is the way to go this Father’s Day. Mr. Killion provides a custom experience for each customer with material imported from all over the globe. If the father figure in your life already owns a custom suit, Mr. Killion is the spot for accessories to add to his look.

Build a beer case gift pack from Montclair Brewery | 101 Walnut Street, Montclair

Montclair Brewery

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Montclair Brewery is known for its custom beers. Let dad try all there is to offer with a custom beer case gift pack. The case is full of sweet surprises and personality. Each kit is stocked with a select number of beers and a variety of Montclair Brewery merch.

Cigar glass from Giftbar | 465 Bloomfield Avenue


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Sometimes a few little gifts come together for the perfect present to give dad. Giftbar has all the small gadgets and knick-knacks any guy would enjoy. The cigar glass lets dad indulge in both a drink on the rocks and a cigar at the same time. Enjoy responsibly.

Loose-leaf teas from The Tea Company Café | 8 South Fullerton Avenue

The Tea Company Café

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For the dads that are more tea guys than coffee, The Tea Company Café boasts an extensive collection. A loose-leaf tea will give rich flavor and a robust taste that is sometimes missing from a traditional teabag. Be sure to check out the tea accessories if it is dad’s first time with this form of tea.

Cufflinks from Jafajems | 550 Cookman Avenue 


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Jafajem’s, known for its assortment of textiles, furniture, decorative and personal accessories, and gifts, has a collection exclusively for men. Cufflinks make a suit go from common to custom. Snag a pair for dad that upgrade his look instantly.

Man cave neon light from Pazzazed | 11 Midland Avenue


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Any dad hailing from or currently residing in New Jersey needs a locally sourced gift from Pazzazed. Most items in the store are dedicated to the Garden State and a whole Father’s Day collection can be found to simplify the shopping process. For the spunky man cave, a neon light can bring in the flavor it’s missing.

The latest read from Montclair Book Center | 221 Glenridge Avenue

Montclair Book Center

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With more than 9,000 square feet of new and used books, there is bound to be one dad will enjoy. From memoirs to cookbooks, novels to short stories, take a stab at finding one dad can get into or grab a gift card and give him the joy of shopping on his own.

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A night at The George Hotel | 37 North Mountain Avenue

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An enjoyable vacation does not have to be far away from home. With luxurious and sophisticated suites, The George Hotel will treat dad the R&R he deserves. Rooms are available for a solo trip or dad can choose to bring the whole family along. Either way, treat him to a quick getaway here.

Organic fair-trade coffee from Java Love | 49 Church Street

Java Love

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If your dad runs on coffee, Java Love Roasters is the only stop needed for his gift. With a commitment to organic, fair-trade, naturally farmed, and Rainforest Alliance coffee beans, a few bags of joe are great gifts to feel good about giving to dad and giving back to the environment. An extensive list of unique blends can be found in-store or on the site.

Hot stone massage at Hand & Stone | 648 Bloomfield Avenue

hand and stone

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Hand + Stone Massage and Facial Spa offers customized massages and facials to help you work the stress away and reduce toxins. Each massage and facial at Hand + Stone Spa in Hoboken is customized to meet the needs of the client, offering the best and most personalized spa experience. For the overworked man in your life, a stone massage might be just what they need. A hot stone massage is a form of massage therapy that follows the same principles of Swedish Massage with the addition of heated stones, which help lead to deeper relaxation.

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