Costco is known far and wide for its excellent deals and bulk buys. Many of us have turned to the retail giant to stock up on snacks, kitchen necessities—even furniture. But even die-hard fans may not realize the store is also a treasure trove of fancy finds. Costco’s gourmet food selection is loaded with restaurant-worthy offerings, like huge jars of caviar and 12-pound packs of prosciutto. Because honestly, don’t we all deserve to score our day-to-day necessities and our most indulgent splurges in the same place?
Costco’s gourmet food selection may not be as vast and varied as its snack selection, but its array of fancy foods does not disappoint. Seafood favorites—like whole Dungeness crab ($149.99) and cold water lobster tails ($199.99)—are abundantly on offer. Steak is available in 44 different formats (and at 44 different price points), with Costco’s Wagyu beef 41-pound locker pack topping the indulgence charts at a whopping $1,999.99. As if that weren’t enough, the store even sells vintage Dom Perignon.
Now, let’s be real—very few of us are going to integrate any of these luxurious finds into our day-to-day routines. (Lobster may be delicious, but who wants to triple their weekly grocery spend?) Still, knowing we can score these gourmet delights—if we ever decide we want them—is its own kind of empowering. Because it means “treating yourself” is no longer a matter of taking a trip to a fancy restaurant near you. Indulgence is a thing you can gift yourself, whenever the moment seems right—no reservations (or leaving the house) required.
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Japanese Wagyu Beef Filet Mignon Steaks
Wagyu beef is rumored to be one of the tastiest, tenderest meats around. It’s considered special even when it’s in burger patty form, so we can only imagine how incredibly indulgent a Wagyu beef filet mignon would be.
Dom Perignon Rose 2006 & Riedel Champagne
Dom Perignon is the kind of thing most of us only dream of tasting. But Costco is here to make even our wildest wishes a little more attainable. This sparkling wine comes with two champagne flutes to serve it in.
Plaza Osetra Golden Farmed Sturgeon Caviar
Costco might not be the first place you’d look to find caviar, but the store offers 12 different versions of the gourmet snack. The most expensive costs a whopping $1,299.99. But this smaller tub offers a more affordable (albeit still luxurious) way to try the tasty treat.
D’Artagnans Duck Magret Breast & Duck Leg Confit
Duck may seem untouchably fancy, but Costco makes it easy to stock up on the incredibly rich meat. This 5-pound pack comes with six duck breasts and six duck confit legs—enough to feed a crowd (or you, six different times).
David’s Cookies Premier Chocolate Cake
What’s a gourmet meal without a seriously indulgent dessert? This decadent, 7.2-pound chocolate cake is sure to satiate any sweet tooth. And since it serves 14, you can easily enjoy it for weeks (or at least, days) on end.
Northwest Fish Cold Water Lobster Tails
Lobster tails are a seafood restauant go-to, but thanks to Costco, you can just as easily whip them up in your own kitchen. This multi-pack comes with 30 wild-caught, cold water lobster tails—all of which promise to be incredibly delicious.
Cello Riserva Artisan Parmesan Cheese Wheel
Cheese lovers will be delighted to learn that Costco sells straight-up wheels of Parmesan. This massive cheese weighs in at 20 pounds. And it promises all the sweet and nutty flavors you’d expect to find in an aged, artisan Parmesan.
Northwest Fish Sea Scallops
Scallops can be tender in texture, delicate in flavor, and absolutely delightful all-around. Buttery and light when cooked, these sea scallops are sure to please—and you can stock up on 6 pounds of them at once.
Godiva Dark Chocolate Ganache Hearts
Those looking to indulge without dropping a ton of cash will surely appreciate this Godiva 4-pack, which offers an array of Belgian chocolates for a mere $60. No, this isn’t a Michelin star-worthy dessert. But it is decidedly delicious. And really, who doesn’t love dark chocolate ganache hearts?
Japanese Wagyu Boneless Ribeye Roast
Costco has so many Wagyu beef variations on offer that we’d be remiss to mention just one. The store’s Wagyu beef filet mignon 8-pack is all kinds of indulgent, but this 12-pound Wagyu beef ribeye roast is, too. Pick your favorite—or go all in, and buy both.
Full Thread Spanish Saffron
Sometimes all you need to render your cooking a little more gourmet is a few fancy spices. And what better place to start than with saffron, regarded by many as the most expensive spice in the world? Quality saffron can fill any dish with delightful aromas, but it’s particularly great in pastas and paellas.
Northwest Fish Dungeness Crab Sections
Costco’s Dungeness crab is harvested from the icy waters of the Pacific Nortwest—and frozen when it’s at the peak of freshness. This 10-pound pack comes with fully cooked crab sections that are ready to eat the moment it’s dethawed. So not only can you enjoy delicious Dungeness crab from the comfort of your own home—but you don’t even have to cook it yourself.
Comvita Raw Manuka Honey
Manuka honey is incredibly tasty—enough to elevate any dish it’s paired with. Serve this gourmet treat with fancy cheese, drizzle it atop a smoothie bowl, or eat it straight out of the jar. Its rich sweetness makes it worth indulging in with some regularity (and its price point makes it one of the more accessible options on this list).
Fratelli Beretta Mt. Olive Boneless Prosciutto
You already love prosciutto—so why not buy 12 pounds of it and slice it yourself? This go-to charcuterie addition is delicious when bought in a pre-sliced pack, and it’s even tastier when you’ve carved it yourself.
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