Coach’s Daddy & Me baseball gloves: Play ball with matching gloves from luxe label Coach, which celebrates its 75th anniversary this year. Hand-stitched using century-old techniques, the gloves come in adult and child sizes for budding baseball fans. $250-$350. 625 N. Michigan; Coach.com
Loaded Bloody Marys: Mimosas take the cake for Mother’s Day, but Father’s Day is all about the Bloody Mary. Among our favorite over-the-top local libations is The Lobby at The Peninsula’s (108 E. Superior) signature Bloody Mary ($45, pictured), stacked with a mini sirloin burger; Bub City’s (435 N. Clark) create-your-own version ($10/trip to the Bloody Mary bar); and Public House’s (400 N. State) classic version — but ask f0r the loaded up skewer and get a smoked chicken wing, bourbon-glazed shrimp, asparagus and more ($11, $15 with skewer).
Little Activists’ onesies: New dads can become role models early with these infant one-pieces, created by the brand-new Chicago company. Each is stamped with a do-gooder message like “Litter bugs me” or “No animals were harmed in the making of this human.” Starting at $25. Littleactivists.com
Eight & Bob Eau de Toilette: There’s just something about a father’s scent. Make sure it’s always a good one with this cologne — with notes of citrus, sandalwood and cedar — available at Madison Hall in the Chicago Athletic Association Hotel. $195. 71 E. Madison; Madisonhallchicago.com