Grayl water-filtering cup, $70, at Brooklyn Outdoor Provisions
Cucina & Tavola
Sambonet oven-safe terra-cotta serving pieces, $100 each, at Cucina & Tavola
Rosenthal Quadrondo by Thomas mugs, $5 each, at Cucina & Tavola
Rosenthal Studio Line patina nine-inch bowl, $35, at Cucina & Tavola
Brooklyn Outdoor Provisions
This fitness-gear shop brings high-end camping equipment ($100–$400) and athletic apparel ($40–$200) to an otherwise industrial Brooklyn neighborhood. Active types should look for Nemo Losi three-person tents ($350) and Gregory oversize hiking backpacks ($329), while runners will find Saucony lightweight sneakers ($120). The store also offers free events and workshops, including yoga classes every Sunday evening (6–7pm). Mention TONY for 20 percent off all purchases through January 31. 198 Utica Ave between Park and Sterling Pls, Crown Heights, Brooklyn (718-576-6080, bkoutdoor.com). Mon–Thu 11am–8pm, Fri 11am–4pm, Sun noon–6pm.
Cucina & Tavola
European design companies Rosenthal (rosenthalusa.com) and Sambonet (sambonet-shop.com) partnered with cookware manufacturer Paderno (paderno.com) to launch this kitchen-supply outlet shop, whose name means “kitchen and table” in Italian. By teaming up, the trio is able to keep prices low (up to 80 percent off retail) on its dishware ($1–$10), cooking supplies ($13–$200) and dining-room decor ($5–$50). Foodies can browse the industrial, warehouselike space to find Paderno nonstick paella pans ($135), Rosenthal serving bowls ($8) and Sambonet oven-safe terra-cotta serving pieces ($85–$155). 235 Grand St between Driggs Ave and Roebling St, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (718-963-3131, cucinatavola.com). Mon–Fri noon–8pm.
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