Whether you're celebrating Valentine's Day, Galentine's Day, Palentine's Day or Listen to "Single-Ladies" 47 Times Day, we have your gifting needs covered. There's everything from artisanal chocolates to memorable experiences for a party of one, because you're the only person who will truly never leave you.
For your friend: "Beauty Chocolates" are a better option than repeating the Sephora gift card move yet again.
For your lover: Turn a box of chocolates into a whiskey-fueled experience with the Whiskey Pairing Collection from SF-based Recchiuti Confections.
For yourself: Stay awake as you marathon-watch the classic BBC Pride and Prejudice (wait, is that just me?) with coffee-spiked chocolate.
The Liquid Courage
For your friend: Winter rosé from Oregon's Hazelfern Cellars pairs well with everything—roast chicken, butternut squash, voodoo dolls of your ex—and proves that summer isn't the only time for pink wine.
For yourself: Turn your house into a speakeasy with Flaviar, a subscription liquor service that brings you tastes from a collection of more than 15,000 rare bottles.
For your friend: You may not have a forever love, but at least you have each other. Sign up for a class together, like this one that pairs bites with wine from "romantic regions."
For your lover: As if the parade of savory dishes from the two-Michelin-starred Jungsik isn't enough, the Valentine's Day meal at this NYC restaurant wraps up with a five-course dessert tasting menu. Sneak peek: It involves rose-shaped raspberry sorbet, chocolate mousse cake and Korean deep-fried honey pastries.
For yourself: There's a long weekend coming up, so take your mind off the fact that everyone's pairing up like it's Noah's Ark, the Sequel by planning a solo vacation. This tiny home resort should be the perfect size.
The Tangible Object
For your friend: This rose gold Joule will match their smartphone, inspire cooking experiments and never let them down with an overcooked steak.
For your lover: If this isn't the year you put a ring on it, at least show how timeless your love is with an equally classic gift—a Polaroid from the 1970s, restored by a small Brooklyn company.
For yourself: This lighter-weight cast-iron pan won't break your heart or your wrist.
The Food Item
For your friend: Cheeky title, two types of chocolate and sparks of popping candy—Bang Candy Co.'s Love Bites have it all.
For your lover: These giant, soft-baked treats from Bang Cookies will make any sweet-toothed sweetheart cry tears of happiness. The espresso chocolate chunk and s'mores are office favorites, but the strawberry jam-stuffed chocolate cookie is a holiday-appropriate hero.
For yourself: Feeling a little salty about being alone? Take it out on your margarita rim with Magic Unicorn Sea Salt.
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