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Mon-Sat, 10am-8pm; Sun, 11am-7pm
Nearby Subway Stops
N, R at 23rd St.; 6 at 23rd St.; F, M at 23rd St.
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Slightly larger than the Brooklyn original, the second location of this playful kitchen shop continues to traffic in bright colors and innovative designs. There are cast-iron and stainless steel basics, but also items like leaf-green artisanal mixers, red-orange stockpots, indigo oval ovens, and pink teapots. In the back right corner—before the turquoise shelves of the baking section—Messermeister and Kikuichi knives come in a rainbow of handle colors. Exacting coffee brewers and mixologists will be pleased by the array of presses, kettles, and even a Perlini cocktail carbonator, too. Don’t miss the store’s 3-D printer, which can make custom cookie cutters.Registry
Aesthetic-minded foodies will thrill at the selection at this cozy shop, which stocks everything from SodaStream seltzer makers (from $80) to little mortars and pestles (from $12). Cute anchor napkin rings are $6 each, and there’s a full selection of wares for amateur mixologists, too.
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