The holiday season is predictable, occurring around the same time each year, and yet it always seems to sneak up on us. Suddenly we’re thrown into a shopping frenzy trying to find the perfect gifts in a short timeframe. Whether you’re a master procrastinator, or simply forgot someone on your list, we’ve got you covered. Below are our top NYC picks for finding last minute holiday gifts.
This Danny Meyer restaurant is known for it’s delicious breakfast fare and sandwiches, but it’s also a great gift for the one with the sweet tooth on your list. Those who have had their crullers know that Daily Provisions does sweets right. Their Sweets Box comes with black and white tarts plus an assortment of cookies and brownies.
New York cheesemonger Murray’s offers a variety of options at several price points. Choose from gourmet cheeses, jams and serving accessories perfect for your favorite host. For those with a more discerning palate, go for the pate sampler.
This Milk Bar cookbook by Christina Tosi is for novice and experienced bakers alike. Not only will they be able to recreate Milk Bar favorites like the cake truffles, but easy microwave mug cakes too.
Ready to start 2021 off with good vibes? These energy clearing and energy magic kits from Species By The Thousands will have recipients ready to manifest their best life in no time.
Is there anything more quintessential New York than an everything bagel? This kit from Farm Steady is a great choice for home bakers bored with making sourdough or those that miss living in NYC.
This sweet and savory gift basket from Brooklyn purveyor The Greene Grape is perfect for self care Sundays. Hot sauce lovers should also check out the Brooklyn heat basket with an assortment of locally made sauces and jams.
For the person on your list that constantly needs a bobba tea fix, Tea & Milk’s DIY kit has them covered. Locations in Astoria and Chelsea Market make it easy to pick up a gift when you’re short on time.
For that trendy friend who loves unique home goods with history, check out BLK MKT Vintage. The Brooklyn shop offers e-gift cards for those pressed for time, making it easy for recipients to pick out their own decor.
With an impressive collection of wooden eco-friendly toys and crafts, you’re sure to find something for your favorite little person at this Tribeca shop.
The renowned toy store reopened in 2018 with plenty of interactive displays for kids and adults alike. Who could resist dancing on that giant piano? Reserve online for in store pick up and check out the tree at Rockefeller Center while there.
For the person who has everything, consider making a charitable gift in their name. New York Cares connects you with several local charities online, making it quick and easy to make a donation.