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Whisk

Shopping, Kitchen and bath Williamsburg
Recommended
4 out of 5 stars
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If Julia Child were alive, we suspect she’d coo with pleasure over this brightly lit, well-stocked kitchen store (and not just because they sell aprons with her friendly visage screenprinted on them). Both cooking novices and seasoned chefs will find an abundance of supplies to keep a kitchen running smoothly, including essential pieces like quality pots by Le Creuset and Calphalon; knives by J.A. Zwilling Henckels; and quirky items you didn’t even know you needed, like a salt shaker shaped like a dove.

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Venue name: Whisk
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Address: 231 Bedford Ave
Brooklyn

Cross street: between North 3rd and 4th Sts
Opening hours: Mon–Sat 10am–8pm, Sun 11am–7pm
Transport: Subway: L to Graham Ave
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Average User Rating

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Oh, lord. This place is situated right across the street from Bedford Cheese Shop. Combined, these two stores make you want to become the next top chef. Whisk is a very bougie, high-priced, yet extremely well-stocked shop with quality kitchenware. Le Creuset, a Kitchenaid mixer, french presses in all sizes...you name it, Whisk has it. And in addition to big-name and big-investment options, Whisk also has the little things you need for your kitchen, like tiny ramekins and teaspoons and cookie cutters. Honestly, this place is just fun to peruse, but it can be a great spot to get gifts for others (or yourself). I've been eyeing the fancy 3-tiered lunch boxes as of late.