The Brooklyn Kitchen
Photograph: Cinzia Reale-Castello
Time Out says
Posted: Tue Jul 24 2012
This everything-cooking store is a two-level facility: The first floor shills essentials for every home chef, including bulk food ($2/lb for bulk flour), knives ($25–$300), and pots and pans (vintage Pyrex starts at $25), as well as coffeemakers and food processors. The second floor, meanwhile, is reserved for bakers (an entire wall is devoted to cookie cutters). The store also houses two teaching kitchens for classes and private parties, and an in-house butcher shop (the Meat Hook) ensures that shoppers browse to the scent of freshly made sausage.
The Brooklyn Kitchen 100 Frost St
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