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Fathers Day Durban

Create A Magical Father’s Day


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“Any man can be a father but it takes someone special to be a dad!” – Anne Geddes

Fathers Day In Durban

Father’s Day In Durban

Sunday 19 June is Father’s Day and it’s Dad’s turn to be spoilt!   The Big Easy Durban Wine Bar and Grill is pulling out all the stops with a Father’s Day Jazz Brunch.

The family day will combine a sumptuous Brunch Buffet, including an la carte selection, with Jazz sounds being provided by the Natalie Rungan Duo – for R295 per person. Make your reservation early!

If you’re still looking for the ideal gift, visit the Big Easy gift shop beforehand and choose from the range of Ernie Els golf items, Ernie Els and Big Easy wines and other popular Big Easy memorabilia. A door-to-door delivery service is included for wine purchases ONLY.

Fathers Day In Durban

For more suggestions on how to make this day special for your Dad, why not try one of these:

MAKE YOUR FATHER’S DAY GIFT UNIQUE: Personalise a keychain, mousepad or coffee mug with a special photograph for him to remember you by every time he uses it. Or create a mock-up front page of a newspaper with Dad as the headline story – get family members to contribute to the “articles” featuring fun times.

SHARE AND MAKE MEMORIES: Get everyone to share a poem or story about a Special Dad memory – and read it out over lunch! Include loved ones from overseas in the Father’s Day get-together. Get siblings living far from home to send a videoed message especially for Dad – have the tissues ready!

SPECIALISE THE SUNDAY ROUTINE: Sponsor his Sunday round of golf and then order a car to collect him and transport him to his favourite restaurant where the rest of the family will be waiting.

To book, telephone 031 336 8166 or email bookings@bigeasydurban.co.za

Fathers Day In Durban


About Meredith Haywood

Meredith Haywood
I'm the Editor and Creative Director of 5 Star Durban, I Instagram a bit, I cook sometimes, but mostly I write, and edit... a lot... I'm a philanthropist at heart, and I can't resist fluffy bunnies, kittens and puppies... recently I have started to ponder what owning a goat in a flat could be like...

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