Need a Last Minute Gift? A Very Forward Guide to Hanukkah Gifts
No idea what to get your brother-in-law for Hanukkah? Looking for a last-minute gift for that dinner party you forgot about? We’ve got you covered. Here’s a round-up of stylishly Jewish gifts for everyone on your list.
For the new parents: a wooden menorah, so little ones can practice before playing with fire.
My First Menorah from Pottery Barn, $24.
For the pet parent: Because Jewish dogs need kosher bones.
Jewish Dog Toy from Modern Tribe, $11.
For the competitive one: There’s always one person way more into dreidel than anyone else. Give them an edge with these carved wooden dreidels.
Alma Wooden Dreidels from Modern Tribe, $30.
For the faraway friend: a candle that smells like Hanukkahs of yore.
Hanukkah Candle from Homesick, $29.95.
For your edgy friend: when supermarket menorahs are just too basic, try lighting the candles on a T-Rex’s back.
Gold T-Rex Menorah from Etsy, $39.
For the perennial Shabbat host: “A chutzpah-filled party game,” The Chosen One is the Jewish version of Cards Against Humanity, perfect for Friday-night gatherings.
The Chosen One card game, $35.
For the foodie: Splurge-worthy olive-oil to make latkes and even more delicious.
Alziari Olive Oil from Williams Sonoma, $44.95.
For the strong Jewish woman in your life: A notorious RBG mug to brighten up the morning.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg mug from Etsy, $16.99.
Irene Katz Connelly is an intern at the Forward. You can contact her at [email protected]