GREENWICH VILLAGE — Need some Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or other holiday gift ideas? Your local neighborhood shops have plenty ofgreat stuff that'll help you cross a few people off the list.
GIFT CERTIFICATE FOR A MASSAGE AT GREAT JONES SPA
Gift Certificate for a Massage, $145 to $205
Great Johns Spa
29 Great Jones St.
The perfect gift for your stressed bestie or hard-working employee, massages at Great Jones Spa run $145 for 60 minutes and $205 for 90 minutes. Make sure to tell your gift recipient to block out a few extra hours to take advantage of the spa's water lounge, which includes a sauna, a steam room, a hot tub, a "cold plunge" and an array of lounge chairs to relax in.
GROOMING SAMPLER FROM C.O. BIGELOW
Grooming Sampler, $50
414 Sixth Ave.
Whether your grandfather resembles Mark Twain or your boyfriend is a bartender in Williamsburg, the finely-crafted beard and 'stache care goods from Brooklyn Grooming sold exclusively at the Village's iconic C.O. Bigelow store are sure to please. The sampler costs $50 and includes travel size bottles of various oils and balms. Or mix and match your own set — combs, oils, soaps and balms range from around $20 to $40 apiece.
SKEIN OF YARN FROM PURL
A Skein of Yarn, $22
459 Broome St.
The spacious Purl store at 459 Broome St. in SoHo is a paradise for anyone with a knack for knitting, so your pal probably already knows and loves the place — but may not have gotten their hands on Purl's newest yarn. Dubbed Gentle Giant, the cozy Merino wool is just $22 a skein. Follow Purl on Instagram for free pattern suggestions, and maybe you can send your friend some inspiration and end up with a cozy handmade thank-you gift.
STOCKING STUFFERS FROM SOCKERBIT
Candy and Ornaments, $3.50 to $15
89 Christopher St.
There’s no better place to stock up on stocking stuffers than Sockerbit, the pristine Swedish candy shop on Christopher Street. Adorable ornaments, from felt gnomes to wooly animals, range in price from $3.50 to $15, and mix-and-match candy goes for $12.99 a pound. Perfect for sweet-tooths of all ages. And there’s a guilt-reducing bonus: Sockerbit’s candies are free of transfats, genetically modified ingredients, and artificially coloring.
HANDMADE HAT FROM GOORIN BROS.
Handmade Hats, from $150 to $350
337 Bleecker St.
The ideal gift for the dapper dude (or doll!) in your life — or really anyone you know who can rock a hat. Goorin Bros.' Dean the Butcher hat (pictured above) is handmade in the U.S., so it's also a great gift for people who are into locally sourced, artisanal things that can't be eaten.