The solutions for the remaining people on your gift list lie in Andersonville, along a seven-block stretch loaded with gifts for the cook, the entertainer, the collector and more.
1. Haymaker Shop: Pick up a bamboo recipe holder ($35) for a cook, a bamboo wine rack ($45) for the collector, a wooden pizza peel ($54) for the pizzaiolo, and a Winter Session denim apron ($65) for the under-10 chef.
2. Room Service: Find decorative vintage highball glasses, colored glass carafes and cordial glasses at this antique and modern furniture shop.
4. Great Lake: Stellar pizza isn't the only draw at this miniscule restaurant. Shop for cedar plates ($44), linen bread bags ($18), food-focused letterpress greeting cards ($50) and pantry provisions, like local popping corn ($6), from the shop's sundry shelves.
5. Urban Orchard: Snag edible stocking stuffers from this well-appointed new gourmet market, which stocks local Dark Matter and Metropolis coffee, Rare Bird jams and curds, Co-op Hot Sauce and Food for Thought preserves.
6. Middle Eastern Bakery & Grocery: Handy holiday-entertaining-ready snacks abound at this small market, stocked with house-made harissa, superb imam bayildi (roasted eggplant with tomatoes) and garlicky tzatziki.
7. The Wooden Spoon: This cookshop is your source for Le Creuset, chef's knives and kitchen gadgets.
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