The Best Gifts For Seafood Lovers: Holiday Gift Guide 2023

THE MOST LEGENDARY FRESH SEAFOOD GIFTS FOR THE SEA-FOODIES IN YOUR LIFE

Pike Place Bardi Snow Crab
Pike Place Fish Market | Bairdi Snow Crab

We’re gifted with a wide assortment of gifts for every food explorer in your life, including seafood lovers. Whether you want to share the gift of a clambake, seafood boil, or DIY sushi supper.

No matter if the folks on your holiday gift list like their seafood boiled, baked, fried, or steamed, we’re hooking you up with the perfect gifts for every seafood lover. From regional favorites like Maine lobster rolls and Maryland crab cakes to seafood meal kits to heat-and-eat seafood chowders, we have just what you need to get crackin’ on your holiday shopping list.

What to Get Someone Who Likes Seafood

The perfect gift to get for someone who likes seafood is fresh seafood. The best gifts for seafood lovers include:

oes Stone Crab A La Carte Claws

Joe’s Stone Crab A La Carte Claws

Since 1913, Joe’s Stone Crab has been serving South Floridians and the world the very best stone crabs. Joe’s Stone Crab’s A La Carte Claws at-home seafood feast includes:

  • Stone crab claws
  • Mustard sauce
  • Bibs to wear

Read More: What Is Stone Crab?

Blue Ribbon DIY Sushi Kit

Your loved ones can recreate the Blue Ribbon experience at home with the New York restaurant’s DIY Sushi Kit. This sushi kit includes everything needed to make 4-5 rolls. The kit includes:

  • Seasoned sushi rice
  • Soy sauce that has been aged for 24 months
  • Freshly grated wasabi
  • Bamboo sushi mat.

Whether you want to make fresh tuna rolls with Grade “A” Tuna, salmon nigiri with Norwegian Salmon, or yellowtail sushi with Japanese Hamachi, this kit has it all and more.

Blue Ribbon DIY Sushi Kit
Hancock Gourmet Lobster Co Maine Lobsterman’s Catch

Hancock Gourmet Lobster Co. Maine Lobsterman’s Catch

Treat your favorite foodies with a lobsterfest with Hancock Gourmet Lobster Co.’s Maine Lobsterman’s Catch. This ultimate taste of Maine includes:

  • 4 Maine lobster tails
  • 16 shrimp
  • 30 mussels
  • 8 sea scallops
  • Veggies, including corn and baby potatoes

This gluten-free meal for 4 is sure to be a crowd pleaser.

Iggy’s Lobster Bomb Dinner

Iggy’s Lobster Bomb Dinner is so delicious you will want to buy two — one to give and one to keep. 

This taste of Rhode Island is freshly baked French bread bowls filled to the brim with rich and creamy lobster bisque packed with hunks of lobster meat. It’s like sending a warm food hug to your loved ones whether they live across the country or down the street.

Iggy's Lobster Bomb Dinner
Topsail Steamer Full Steamer Pot (1)

Topsail Steamer Full Steamer Pot

Get steamy this holiday with the Topsail Steamer Full Steamer Pot. This interactive gift is a great way to gather family and friends to enjoy a festive feast. 

This seasonal seafood boil is a bay-bucket steamer pot filled with

  • Andouille Sausage
  • Littleneck clams
  • Shrimp, snow crab
  • Sweet corn
  • Red potatoes
  • Seasoning.

Eventide Oyster Co. Brown Butter Lobster Roll Kit

Treat yourself and your favorite foodies to a quintessential Maine meal. Portland, Maine’s Eventide Oyster Co. has created a delicious spin on traditional Maine lobster rolls with their James Beard Award-winning Brown Butter Lobster Rolls

The Brown Butter Lobster Roll Kit includes lobster meat, fluffy steamed bao buns, and nutty brown butter vinaigrette for making four fantastic — and unique — lobster rolls.

Eventide Oyster Co Brown Butter Lobster Roll Kit
Boatyard Bar & Grill’s Maryland Crab Cakes

Boatyard Bar & Grill The Plebe – Maryland Crab Cakes

Maryland’s Boatyard Bar & Grill hand makes “All Killer, No Filler!” crab cakes that will please every palate. Boatyard Bar & Grill’s The Plebe Maryland Crab Cakes includes a quartet of individually wrapped 6 oz. Maryland crab cakes with jumbo-lump crabmeat from the Chesapeake Bay.

Louisiana Crawfish 10 lb. Boiled Cajun Crawfish Pack

Gift a memorable meal that gets everyone involved with Louisiana Crawfish’s Boiled Cajun Crawfish Pack. Simply unbox and get the party started with 10 lbs. of freshly boiled and seasoned Cajun crawfish from Natchitoches, Louisiana.

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Chef Thomas Keller's Regiis Ova Caviar The Temptuous Trio

Chef Thomas Keller’s Regiis Ova Caviar The Temptuous Trio

Looking for an extra impressive gift? Chef Thomas Keller’s Regiis Ova Caviar’s The Temptuous Trio is perfect for caviar lovers and the caviar curious. Michelin-starred Chef Thomas Keller’s gift set features sustainably harvested, farm-raised caviar from sturgeon.

This boxed set includes a trio of 30g tins of Ossetra, Royal, and Baerii caviars, a hand-carved mother-of-pearl spoon and a black, branded caviar tin opener.

TAO Satay Miso Sea Bass Kit

TAO’s Satay Miso Sea Bass Kit is perfect for globetrotting gourmands. The legendary Pan Asian New York City restaurant marinates Chilean Sea Bass before searing it and serving it over wakame seaweed salad with TAO’s signature misoyaki (miso teriyaki) sauce. 

The kit includes everything to make 8 skewers but don’t blame your gift recipient if they refuse to share this awesome appetizer.

TAO Satay Miso Sea Bass Kit

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Dan Myers

Dan Myers is Goldbelly’s Senior Content Manager and Senior Editor of the Goldbelly Blog. He joined Goldbelly in 2020, and as the company’s primary copywriter he also writes copy for all brand marketing initiatives including marketing emails as well as on-page descriptions for all new merchants and products.

Before joining Goldbelly, Dan spent seven years as Deputy Editor for The Daily Meal, a food and drink website. During his time there, he wrote everything from news briefs to major tentpoles including the 101 Best Restaurants in America and the 50 Best Burgers in America, forming a base of knowledge that has served him well at Goldbelly.

Prior to joining The Daily Meal, Dan founded and spent several years running a neighborhood blog called Here’s Park Slope, based out of the neighborhood in Brooklyn. Its primary focus was on the opening and closing of local businesses (especially restaurants), and it was named Brooklyn’s Best Neighborhood Blog by The L Magazine.

Dan graduated from NYU with a degree in Communication & Mass Media, and still lives in Brooklyn with his wife Janie and French Bulldog, Nugget.