La Terrine

Shopping, Kitchen and bath Upper West Side
 (Photograph: Jakob N. Layman)
Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanLa Terrine
 (Photograph: Jakob N. Layman)
Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanLa Terrine
 (Photograph: Jakob N. Layman)
Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanLa Terrine
 (Photograph: Jakob N. Layman)
Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanLa Terrine
This kitchenware wonderland may pull at your purse strings, but its array of fine linens, utensils and dinnerware will make your tablescape the envy of every party. Wander through this shop, filled with wooden shelves housing an array of luxe home goods, including Laguiole candy-colored flatware ($24–$28 each) and Kim Seybert seersucker napkins ($12). Vietri carafes ($60–$99)—handblown in Italy from recycled glass—and Mariposa eight-ounce martini glasses ($28) are popular buys for those revamping their bars. Shoppers have recently clamored for Lunares aluminum containers ($55), which hold entire cartons of ice cream and help keep them frozen during dessert time—or however long it takes you to polish them off yourself.


Venue name: La Terrine
Address: 280 Columbus Ave
New York
Cross street: at 73rd St
Opening hours: Mon–Sat 11am–7pm, Sun noon–6pm
Transport: Subway: 1, 2, 3, B, C to 72nd St
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Beautiful collection of authentic Italian and French ceramics/dinnerware/accessories; with rotating exhibits of local ceramicists and their ware. The staff is gracious, helpful and knowledgeable. There are but a handful of European ceramic "art de table" boutiques in New York and La Terrine is at the top of my list, having lived for many years in Italy and France. It's a treat to see these pieces here.

Arrogant staff, terrible service and an owner / manager who is a bored hedge fund wife. Definitely will not repeat.