With this handy gifting cheatsheet compiled to suit almost every budget and dad-personality, you'll be prepped to handle even the pickiest of pops come June 16th.
Bonus: All these presents were made in the Bay Area, of course. Happy almost-Father's Day!
$200 and Under
(Courtesy of Golden Gate Furniture)
Ideal for the engineer who is also part history buff (or vice versa), this custom-made gift is as close as you can get to owning a part of a true San Francisco icon. In 1993, the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District replaced a significant amount of the pedestrian handrail, which the Golden Gate Design & Furniture Co. later acquired. Made from an actual part of the Golden Gate bridge, this industrial-style coffee table ($3150 with glass or $4300 with a wood table top) incorporates new steel with the old and features the pedestrian handrail cap of the old bridge as a striking base. Limited to 140 pieces only. // Golden Gate Furniture, One Rankin Street-Studio 417 (Bayshore), by appointment only, goldengatefurniture.com