Photo: Amber Fouts

Locally Made

From cookbooks penned by local chefs to handcrafted letterpress postcards, there’s no shortage of artisan souvenirs to be found in Seattle. 

  1. This leak-proof, insulated, stainless steel growler ($54.95) from Miir is perfect for a trek to the mountains. 3400 Stone Way N; miir.com
  2. Butter Home is a tiny boutique filled with handcrafted wares, like this alder cutting board ($40) in the shape of the Evergreen State. 1531 Melrose Ave, Ste C2; butterhomeseattle.com 
  3. Send greetings from Seattle with a distinctive letterpress card ($6) handcrafted by Pike Street Press. 1510 Alaskan Way; pikestreetpress.com
  4. Pick up a Torch Illumination soy candle ($9.99) at one of Seattle’s Made in Washington locations in Westlake Center or Pike Place Market. *400 Pine St and 1530 Post Alley; madeinwashington.com 
  5. Find artisanal culinary products like Bradley’s Bourbon Barrel Aged Big Gin Kina Tonic ($16) and honey from Urban Bee Company ($8.75) at urban apothecary SugarPill. 900 E Pine St; sugarpillseattle.com
  6. Jam to local band Death Cab for Cutie’s second album We Have the Facts and We’re Voting Yes ($19.99) from record store Easy Street Records. 4559 California Ave SW; easystreetonline.com
  1. Nothing says Seattle like an ultradurable vintage flannel work shirt ($145) from Filson’s flagship store. H1741 First Ave S; filson.com
  2. Chock-full of insightful prompts, the list maker in your life will love a copy of Moorea Seal’s The 52 Lists Project ($16.95) from her namesake boutique. 2523 Third Ave; mooreaseal.com
  3. Take the Pacific Northwest taste home with Seattle chef Renee Erickson’s debut cookbook A Boat, a Whale & a Walrus ($40) from Elliott Bay Book Company. 1521 10th Ave; elliottbaybook.com
  4. For the chef at home, bring back a piece of Seattle with a screen-printed tea towel ($25) made by Oliotto from local artists’ workspace and gallery Venue. 5408 22nd Ave NW; venueballard.com
  5. Snag a Seattle Rainiers 1955 tee ($30) from vintage sportswear staple Ebbets Field Flannels for the baseball fan in the family. 119 S Jackson St; ebbets.com
  6. After a tour of the Theo Chocolate factory, pick up a sweet souvenir, like a Scrappy’s Chocolate Bitters sampler ($22). *3400 Phinney Ave N; theochocolate.com

*Visit Seattle Partner

Photo: Amber Fouts

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