This year, bypass the generic box of chocolates and gift your valentine something as one-of-a-kind as your love. Browse the Krrb Valentine’s Day gift guide for unique goodies to ship to someone special, we even have a few recommendations. If you’re in New York City, stop by these three pop-up events and handpick a present that is sure to delight.
This love-happy fest is the brainchild of Bianca Miraglia, owner of Uncouth Vermouth and Samantha Rothenberg, owner of Violet Clair Illustrations. This market is geared to those who can legally drink with locally made spirits, wine and beers. Pick up a bottle or two from Red Hook Winery to share with your significant other. You can also paw through sophisticated jewelry for men and women from Coyote Negro and handmade lingerie from Daisy and Elizabeth.
Greenpointers is back for the third year with their Valentine’s pop up. See some of the regulars including Mike’s Hot Honey and Pie Corps with sweet and spicy treats. There are plenty of letterpress cards, jewelry and sweet tokens of love to pick from for your loved one. Lovebirds can also get their photos taken by Gustavo Ponce, get a love haiku by Lisa Markuson and relax with a massage by human@ease.
If music is the way into your sweetheart’s heart, check out Brooklyn Flea’s vinyl pop up. Stop by this Saturday and Sunday or Valentine’s Day weekend to search through rare 45’s by Knitting Factory, Partisan Records and Sepiatone Records among many more. Whether you lean towards ballads or punk, records are a great gift for your love one.