Holiday Gift Guide: The New Yorker

Welcome to #GiftGuide week, where we bring you carefully curated picks for everyone on your holiday shopping list with a New York City twist. This New-York centric gift guide is for anyone that’s ever been to the Big Apple. Whether you’re seeking a gift for a long-time resident, a total newbie or even a tourist, there’s something in here for everyone.

City Guide to New York book

CITIX60 Guides: New York, $10: This book is awesome because local artists and creatives give their insider tips and recommendations on what to do, see and eat around the city. Great for tourists and locals.

maptote nyc zip pouch

Maptote New York City Zip Pouch, $17: Represent every city hood with this adorably quirky zip pouch.

serendipity 3 hot chocolate

Serendipity 3 Frozen Hot Chocolate, $17: If you’ve every been to Serendipity 3, you know it’s the best frozen hot chocolate on earth. Gift it to your loved ones and they’ll be making this seasonal treat all year long.

havens kitchen

Haven’s Kitchen Cooking Class, $75+: Treat your loved one to a cooking class in one of the world’s biggest foodie cities.

new york necklace

Dogeared Gold Dipped New York Necklace, $62: Sport your state all day err’day.

Commune and Memoir

Commune and Memoir NYC shirt, $30: These NYC in a word shirts are make a fine addition to any wardrobe. For more info, check out our interview with designer and founder Laura De Valencia.

chelsea market cookbook

Chelsea Market Cookbook, $23: Cook like a New Yorker with this Chelsea Market cookbook, which features 100 recipes from the standout food hall.

new york mug

Sisters of Los Angeles New York Mug, $15: …because New Yorkers love their coffee.

canned air

Canned Air from New York City, $10: More of a gag gift, yes. But if you know a New Yorker that lives elsewhere and misses the big city, this is a funny thing to gift ’em.

all the buildings in new york book

All The Buildings In New York Book, $20: This illustrated guide through NYC makes a charming coffee table book — especially for artists.

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