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Manhattanites seeking creative kitchenware no longer have to schlep to Williamsburg, thanks to the second location of this popular store. The space is a third larger than the original, clocking in at 1,400 square feet, and stocks goods from more than 23 local and international brands. An expanded bar area and vintage-candy-store–inspired baking section will serve up a greater variety of new products. Expect to find everything to suit your cooking needs, including super-luxe Mauviel copper sauté pans ($350), Lynne’s Whim printed aprons ($25) and Whisk heart-shaped tea infusers ($5 each). There’s also a wide selection of cookbooks, where you’ll find classics such as Mastering the Art of French Cooking by Julia Child ($30) and new favorites like Food Lovers’ Guide to Brooklyn by Sherri Eisenberg ($15).