If your loved one loves going out, they’re going to love these gifts.
A restaurant date on February 14 can be special, but add to that charm with these gifts from and inspired by top restaurants. Edible products, cooking tools, chef gear and more will hit the right notes with restaurant enthusiasts who love everything restaurants.
Here’s what to gift restaurant lovers this Valentine’s Day:
Carbone Fine Foods’ Spicy Vodka Pasta Gift Set
A seat at Carbone is hard to snag, but a bottle of Carbone’s signature red sauce pops off easily for a Carbone-inspired date night at home. This set includes two jars of Spicy Vodka sauce, the famous hand-painted Italian rooster platter used at Carbone, a Pyrex measuring cup, two boxes of De Cecco Rigatoni and an easy recipe card. $160, Amazon.com
Missy Robbins’ Brooklyn restaurants are both acclaimed and impossible to snag a seat at. And while a coveted reservation at Lilia may be a great Valentine’s Day gift (good luck), fans from anywhere in the country can enjoy Chef Robbins’ Italian flavors with a curated pantry gift set from her new gourmet shop in Williamsburg. This kit includes the restaurants’ go-to ingredients including olive oil, balsamic, calabrian chilies, dried pepperoncini, simple sauce, pecorino romano, parmigiano reggiano, fennel pollen, dried chickpeas, anchovies, and capers. $241, misipasta.square.site
Momofuku Dinner For Two
David Chang’s world famous Momofuku restaurants are now pantry friendly thanks to Momofuku Goods. This date night ready bundle showcases the brand’s biggest hits including soy and scallion noodles, chili crunch, fancy chopsticks and Raaka chocolate for dessert. If you can boil water, you can make this impressive feast. $83, shop.momofuku.com
Schmidt Bros. x COTE Korean Steakhouse Harmony Set
Dine like you’re in Manhattan, Miami or your own kitchen with this special collab offering both Eastern and Western cutlery. This steak knife set celebrates the world’s only Michelin starred Korean steakhouse, Cote, with four high-quality German stainless steel blades to slice through prime cute, along with six sets of black textured chopsticks. $200, schmidtbros.com
Aesop Hand Wash
The unofficial yet very official hand soap of every trendy restaurant in the 2020s, this iconic pump belongs next to any restaurant enthusiast’s sink. The sustainable, vegan product is designed to cleanse and exfoliate hands, and just leave diners feeling clean and smelling good. And yes, the bottle is refillable $41, aesop.com
Roscioli Wine Club
Going to the famed Roscioli in Rome would be super romantic, but the next best thing is sipping their imported Italian wines at home (or wherever). The Roscioli Wine Club curates organic, sustainable and existing bottles, to pair with Italian fare or sip on a cozy date night. Reds only, or mixed packages are available at various pricing tiers. Starts at $235, roscioliwineclub.com
Essential Hedley & Bennett Apron
Give your boo a “yes, chef” moment in the kitchen with a unique Hedley & Bennett apron, as soon on top chefs in restaurants all around the world. Choose from various colors, patterns, denim or brand collabs. For a special twist, add your own patch or embroidery at home for a hyper personalized gift. $85, hedleyandbennett.com
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