• Broadway panhandler New york
  • Broadway Panhandler isn’t your average kitchenware store. The family-founded and operated shop takes pride in offering a vast selection of kitchen items for everyone from the most experienced chef to the first-time novice. Customers can find inexpensive novelties and top-of-the-line technology - sometimes in the space of a single shelf - and are encouraged to ask the knowledgeable staff for advice. The store strives to cater to all of the… More info
    65 East 8th St, Manhattan, New York, NY 100003
  • Cut brooklyn New york
  • Joel Bukiewicz treats the fabrication of kitchen knives as an art, and his creations speak to the care and attention to detail that goes into each one. He works on them one at a time in his Brooklyn workshop, producing five to eight knives a week. The available knives are on display on his shop and online, and are usually snapped up within 48 hours by home cooks and professional chefs alike. In addition to two lines of kitchen knives and a line… More info
    461 3rd Ave, Brooklyn, New York, NY 11215
  • Whisk New york
  • Overwhelmed by the endless options of spatulas, mixers and kitchen accessories? Whisk can help you out. The shop, which has locations in Brooklyn and Manhattan, has exactly what you need - and if they don’t, they’ll get it. Both locations have a modest amount of space, which means that they must be extremely selective in the products that they offer. The knowledgeable and close-knit staff carefully curates the selection of kitchenware in the… More info
    933 Broadway, Manhattan, New York, NY 10010
  • Brooklyn kitchen New york
  • In 2006, Taylor Erkkinen and her husband, Harry Rosenblum, had a whole bunch of ripe grapes in their backyard, but no jars or pectin to make jam with. After having to leave Brooklyn to get supplies, they decided to fill a need in their community and started the Brooklyn Kitchen. The store began in a modest space, but after the success of their cooking classes in 2008 they moved to a much larger space on Frost Street, which they currently share… More info
    100 Frost St, Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY 11211
  • A cook's companion New york
  • Jennifer Baron is exactly how you’d imagine a Wisconsin native and kitchenware store owner to be. That is, friendly, knowledgeable, loquacious, and perhaps above all, practical. Except Baron’s store is located in Brooklyn Heights. She told us that the idea for A Cook’s Companion was sparked in the 1990s when she had to take the subway into Manhattan just to get a spring-form pan. To solve that dilemma, she opened A Cook’s Companion in 1997 and… More info
    197 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY 11201
  • Whisk New york
  • Enter through a charming wrought-iron fence, and you'll find yourself amongst every tool you could imagine for your kitchen, and a few more to boot. Founded in 2008 and co-owned by Williamsburg locals Natasha Amott and Jocelyn Patten, Whisk is an oasis for local cooks. Here, you'll find Mac knives, the Japanese brand that nearby butcher Marlow & Daughters uses to carve its meat, rows of pots and pans–including Staub cast iron cookware, the… More info
    231 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY 11211
  • Korin New york
  • Owner Saori Kawano came to New York in the '70s and worked as a waitress in a Japanese restaurant for three years. She describes her business as the only logical solution to the aspirations that came from her working experiences. Combining her knowledge of the restaurant business and her longtime interest in ceramics, she contacted her old neighbor back in Japan, a tableware exporter, to send her a catalog. And that's how it all began. Growing… More info
    57 Warren St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10007
  • Cake supply New york
  • N.Y. Cake Baking Distributor is a museum of baking supplies, catering to everyone from amateurs to seasoned professionals. Joan Mansour, an award-winning cake decorator and instructor, opened the store more than two decades ago (at the time known as the Chocolate Gallery; it has since shifted its focus more toward baking). Now Mansour’s daughters, Jenny and Lisa, run the show, and have expanded the business successfully enough to open a West… More info
    56 West 22nd St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10010
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