Holidays Ideas Everyone Will Love!

The holidays are quickly approaching and we have got you covered with the perfect gifts for everyone on your list.

Make your gift a fun family affair with ARTECHOUSE. ARTECHOUSE is a hands-on new-age destination for arts, music, film, and technology, located in Miami Beach. Artechouse welcomes audiences of all ages for a one-of-a-kind immersive art experience. With their new Infinite Space collection created by artist Refik Anado that launched in October, visitors have the opportunity to challenge their conventional experiences of time  ​and space. The exhibit features Anadol’s world-renowned installation “Infinity Room,” which has been seen by more than two million people around the world. Tickets for adults cost $24, Students & Senior tickets cost  (65+) $20, and Children ages (2-14) cost $17. Purchase tickets here.

Give the foodie in your life the hottest gift with a handcrafted holiday basket. Bartaco, the casual eatery that presents fresh upscale street food, has the essentials you need for a memorable basket. Their three savory hot sauces are sure to spice up any meal, the habanero, jalapeno, and Roja hot sauces ($20 for the pack) are sure to make your loved ones holiday season a memorable one. Bartacos’s signature dragonfly highball glasses are guaranteed to make this year holiday toast worthwhile ($20 a set).

Fork over the gift of Malibu Farm to the chef in the family.  Filled with luscious, vibrant photography, Malibu Farm Cookbook priced at $40 is a stunning sensory gift experience that will transport you right to the edge of the Pacific. From the beloved restaurant, the cookbook features more than 100 recipes from the Malibu Farm chef herself Helene Henderson. The book celebrates fresh produce, meals for sharing, and the beauty of coastal California. Complete your gift by adding on Malibu Farm’s selection of merchandise that includes t-shirts, hoodies, baseball caps, the classic Malibu Farm mason jar or Juice Carafe. Prices vary from $19.99 to $49.99.


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