The 10 Best Kitchenware Stores in New York

The 10 Best Kitchenware Stores in New York

 

Kitchenware could be anything from a fish fillet knife to baking supplies, from a knife sharpener to a state of the art whisk - whatever you're in need of, look no further! New York has a host of kichenware stores eager to equip you with all the implements you need to prepare all of your favorite dishes...and eat them! Stocking nothing but high quality, beautifully designed kitchenware, these New York shops are museums in their own right. Check out our favorites below. 

 

  1. Cut Brooklyn

    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…

    461 3rd Ave, 11215 New York

  2. Whisk

    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…

    933 Broadway, 10010 New York

  3. Brooklyn Kitchen

    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…

    100 Frost Street, 11211 Brooklyn

  4. A Cook's Companion

    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…

    197 Atlantic Avenue, 11201 Brooklyn

  5. Korin

    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…

    57 Warren Street, 10007 New York

  6. Fishs Eddy

    In 1992, Julie Gaines and her husband Dave Lenovitz bought a massive collection of chinaware that had survived a barn fire and brought it back to their Flatiron antique shop. Their purchase was such a hit that today Fishs Eddy…

    889 Broadway, 10003 New York

  7. Cake Supply

    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…

    56 West 22nd Street, 10010 New York