Food & Drink

8 Giftable Bar Accessories That Cost Less Than $100

While buying someone a bottle of their favorite spirit makes for a great gift, those bottles eventually dry up. If you want to give something that lasts a little longer, a new tool or accessory is always a nice way to spruce up a loved one’s bar cart. Whether your giftee is a seasoned cocktailian or just starting out on their bartending adventures, one of these eight gifts is bound to please.

Post Studio Medium Triangles Tray ($30)

A mix of mid-century modern and Pop Art inspired Post Studio designers to create their home accessories collection, inspiration that perfectly translates in this pretty serving tray. Fill it with garnishes next time you have people over for G&Ts.

Rabbit 5-Piece Coaster and Stand Set ($40)

These chic white coasters are perfect for the bartending minimalist whose house is so clean, you’re not sure how they have time for anything else. The set of four coasters even includes a handy stand to keep them tidy when not in use.

SNOWE Whiskey Set ($98)

Every whiskey fanatic will go crazy for this whiskey set, which comes complete with a crystallized decanter and four rocks glasses. Throw in a bottle of cheap but delicious booze if you really want to bring the holiday cheer.

Pier 1 Aspen 8-Piece Punch Set ($72)

This party-ready set has everything you need to serve the best holiday punches this season. It includes a punch bowl, ladle and six glasses, all designed with a timeless look that will always be in style.

CB2 Dwayne Etched Scorpion Double Old Fashioned Glass ($6.95)

Anyone who sips from this glass looks like a boss—the etched detail makes the scorpion almost look 3D. Grab a set of two or four for that whiskey drinking friend.

Fitz & Floyd Gold Luster Ice Bucket ($24)

Not only is this ice bucket perfect for every holiday and New Year’s celebration, but it’s also elegant enough to entertain guests year round. Pick out a nice pair of tongs for an extra special touch.

Kikkerland Graffiti Cocktail Shaker ($27.50)

Lovers of cocktails and art will appreciate this statement piece, which was the winner of the Philadelphia University / Kikkerland Design collaboration project. There’s even a handful of recipes printed on the back, so you can whip up a cocktail in no time.

W&P Design Metal Straws ($17)

Plastic straws aren’t sustainable, and paper straws get soggy and crumple, so treat your Highball-loving friend to this reusable metal set from W&P Design. Choose from gold, copper or silver to match their personal preferences.