Eat and Drink Valentine's Day gifts for NYC food lovers By Melissa Kravitz firstname.lastname@example.org Updated February 5, 2016 4:29 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Does your Valentine love food more than you do? It's fine, Cupid is a food lover, too. Celebrate Valentine's Day with these food-centric gifts for those who love the tastiest parts of life. Giant Valentine's Day Chocolate Perfect Man Photo Credit: IT'SUGAR This 10-inch tall man is perfect for the person who loves chocolate more than people. He'll never break up with you, but you can break him into delicious bits. $19.99, itsugar.com Farm to People Dinner for Two Photo Credit: Farm to People Unless you find grocery shopping super romantic, you and your Valentine will fall in love with this dinner for two. With ingredients from Brooklyn, Connecticut and beyond, you get a date night and meal in one cute gift curated by Farm to People. $95, farmtopeople.com Veuve Clicquot Clicq’ Call Photo Credit: Veuve Clicquot Forget the singing cards, this special box of Veuve Clicquot rosé lets you record a special message to a loved one. Sing a song or tell a secret -- the recording plays when the box is swung upon and can be re-recorded for non-stop V-Day surprises. Oh, and the Champagne is pretty good too. $69, Sherry-Lehmann and local liquor stores. Delicacies Chili Pepper Bracelet Photo Credit: Delicacies This epicurean-inspired jewelry line lets you pick a favorite ingredient to wear to every meal. Spice things up for your loved one with an aphrodisiac inspired bracelet and feel good that the purchase of each helps provide 20 meals to children struggling with hunger through No Kid Hungry. $75, delicaciesjewelry.com Man Crates Valentine's Jerky Heart Photo Credit: Man Crates For those who don't want chocolate, this meaty gift is perfect. Flavors include ghost pepper jerky, root beer jerky, whiskey maple jerky, sesame ginger jerky and more. $30, mancrates.com Custom Selfie Cookie Cutter Photo Credit: Etsy / Copypastry For someone who loves baking almost as much as your face, this is really the perfect gift. Submit a portrait, and your beloved can make sweet treats for you all winter long. Also available for couples' portraits. $50, etsy.com. Raw Bar in a Box Photo Credit: Island Creek Oysters Aphrodisiac season is on! Surprise your loved one with a shipment of the best raw bar the East Coast has to offer. Each box is packed with 50 Island Creek Oysters, 20 Littleneck Clams, 1 pound of Billy Bennett's Famous Cooked Shrimp, a jar of WaldoStone Farm Mignonette and a bottle of Floyd and Fred's Hot Lime Sauce. Your date night just got so much better. $150, islandcreekoysters.com. Bodum Chambord French Press for Two Photo Credit: Chambord Breakfast in bed may be a little ambitious but waking your love up with fresh coffee is totally doable in a matter of minutes. A French press coffee maker is much more romantic (and makes tastier coffee) than a timed coffee machine, and you can even brew it overnight for iced coffee! $30, whisknyc.com. Customized Initials Mug Photo Credit: Darby Smart Simplicity is key in this adorable enamel mug, shatterproof and built to last a lifetime. Just customize with your initials and your mug will be decorated in Montana and shipped right to you. $19, darbysmart.com. Silver Chinese Takeout Container Photo Credit: Shoptiques If your love of Seamless rivals your love for each other, this is the perfect gift for your couch-adoring boo. $70, Shoptiques.com Rustic Pallet Tray Photo Credit: Etsy / Piggy Pallets Bring breakfast, lunch and dinner in bed with this simple but stylish -- not to mention practical! -- pallet tray. $16, etsy.com. Le Creuset Petit Heart Cocotte Photo Credit: Le Creuset Le Creuset's cookware is some of the best in the world and notoriously expensive, but just like your love, it should last pretty much forever. This small cocotte is perfect for a single serving of chocolate molten cake to warm up your Valentines Day. $25, lecreuset.com. 'Cookbook Book' Photo Credit: Phaidon Buying yet another cookbook for a food lovers' kitchen is an easy gift, but who has room in a New York City apartment? This 'Cookbook Book' is a gorgeous coffee table hardcover ideal for paging through when searching for recipe inspiration. We know you're going to eventually find it online, anyway. $59.95, phaidon.com Food Pun Card Photo Credit: hennyhomeslice via Etsy Share your love of food and drink and love of your Valentine with these adorable handmade food pun cards. $7, etsy.com Tonic Making Kit Photo Credit: UncommonGoods.com Up your Valentine's cocktail game with this DIY tonic kit. You may not be into homebrewing, but making your own mixers is totally doable. The kit comes with cinchona bark from Mexico, star anise from China, juniper berries from Albania and a necessary Mason jar. $30, UncommonGoods.com. Stewart & Claire Chapstick Photo Credit: Stewart and Claire If you're planning on puckering up for V-Day, get your food-loving kissing partner a gift that combines favorite things! This organic chapstick, in flavors like Old Fashioned and Coconut, is perfect for anyone with discerning tastebuds. And nice lips. $6, stewartandclaire.com. Food for Thought Placemat from Kate Spade Photo Credit: Kate Spade Just a quick reminder to kiss the cook for the romantic meal he or she cooked up! These place mats keep you neat and make a table for two a little bit more adorable. $16, KateSpade.com. By Melissa Kravitz email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.