If there’s one thing we know about this city, it’s that Seattle is full of foodies. That means you’ll probably be navigating buying at least one food-centric gift this holiday season and foodie gift ideas can be hard. We’re here to help with a few ideas that can either inspire your gifting decisions or set you on the right path.

From bottle pairings to food tours, tasting experiences, and more. Here are 10 delicious gift ideas for the Seattle foodie in your life.

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Chef Guided Food Tour of Pike Place Market

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This tour has been rated the “best of the best” by TripAdvisor users. The experience has received over 420 five-star reviews. Customers get to stop at nine different market businesses throughout the 2-hour tour in Pike Place Market, which is described as one of the city’s “most famous landmarks.”

Where: Purchase online, tour at Pike Place Market
Cost: $63.49

The missing kitchen item from Sur La Table


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It’s hard to go wrong with anything from Sur La Table. For the chef in your life who wants that one very specific kitchen gadget, pan, or object, a trip to Sur La Table is a great choice. The store has a wide selection of items in all sorts of price ranges as well as knowledgeable staff who can help you make the right choice.

Where: 84 Pine St
Cost: Varies by item

A wine subscription from La Dive


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Capitol Hill’s La Dive has a subscription service that allows you to choose from 2, 4, or 6 bottles per month. They’ll select their favorite natural wines for your enjoyment. On the first Monday of each month, you can head over to La Dive to pick up your wines in the shop.

Where: 721 E Pike St
Cost: $42-$120

MarketSpice Rainy Day Tea Gift Box

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One of Pike Place’s most magical shops offers a perfectly Seattle tea gift box that the tea lover in your life is sure to enjoy. The box comes with a ribbon pack of Sunset In Seattle herbal loose tea, Seattle Surprise black loose tea, the signature black MarketSpice Cinnamon-Orange Box, and a fun umbrella infuser to brew your loose tea in.

Where: Purchase online
Cost: $35.95

Taylor Shellfish Raw Bar Experience


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We’re lucky in Seattle to have access to some of the best oysters in the nation. We’re even more lucky to have local oyster purveyor, Taylor Shellfish Farms. This holiday season they’re offering the Taylor’s Raw Bar Experience which includes 15 Taylor Pacific Petites, 15 Virginica Oysters, 15 Kumamoto oysters, a shucking knife, gloves, mignonette sauce, Tabasco sauce, and lemon.

Where: Purchase online
Cost: $150

A bottle & book from Drink Books


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For the person in your life who loves wine and books, you can’t miss a trip to Drink Books. The store pairs natural wine bottles with the perfect book. It’s a two-in-one gift that won’t soon be forgotten and a great way to introduce people to both new reads and drinks,

Where: 5817 Phinney Ave N
Cost: $65 per pairing

The perfect local cookbook


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With the vast number of recipes online, cookbooks can sometimes feel a bit antiquated. However, there’s lots of knowledge and individual, unique recipes that you can garner from them. An example being Renne Erickson’s newest cookbook, Getaway: Food & Drink to Transport You. It’s full of Renee’s favorite recipes from across the world.

Where: Purchase online
Cost: $40

A selection of Rachel’s Ginger Beer

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Coffee isn’t the only beverage that Seattle is known for. We’re lucky to have the delicious Rachel’s Ginger Beer right here in our city. They have an assortment of flavors from original ginger beer to blood orange, black currant, and more.  Best of all, you have the option of purchasing a 4 pack with flavors of your choosing.

Where: Purchase online
Cost: $78

Fran’s Chocolates


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A box of Fran’s Chocolates is pretty much the most classic gift for the local sweet tooth in your life. You can choose from an assortment of pre-created boxes or go in-store to purchase a custom box of your choosing. From 7 pieces to  165 pieces, there’s much to try.

Where: Online or in store
Cost: $17-$275+

A bag of locally roasted beans


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While Seattle may be known for being the birthplace of Starbucks, our city has so many amazing small-batch roasters. Examples of just a few include Elm Coffee Roasters, Stamp Act, Blossom, Broadcast, and more. Bags of coffee are available online and in select stores around Seattle.

Where: Online or at your nearest local coffee shop
Cost: $18+

We hope the Seattle foodie gift ideas help you out. Happy Holidays!