New Yorkers tend to shop for their kitchen and dining equipment at various different locations. While some New Yorkers adorn their kitchens with pricey accouterments from the upscale Williams Sonoma stores (http://www.williams-sonoma.com/) which specialize in high end kitchen appliances and utensils, others head to the home departments of popular New York City department stores like Macy’s (http://www.macys.com).The Macy’s home store is called ‘The Cellar’ and it is located at the basement level of the chain’s flagship store at Herald Square. The Cellar carries all the leading brands which specialize in kitchen equipment like Oxo, Cuisinart, Kitchen Aid, Pyrex, Corningware etc. Like Macy’s, the flagship Bloomingdales store on 59th Street and Lexington Avenue is also equipped with a well stocked homewares department on the 6th floor which carries brands like All Clad, Calphalon, Le Creuset, J. Henkel Knives, complete dining sets from leading brands, and much more. Both these department stores have periodic sales when a lot this kitchen equipment goes on sale. So if you look out for the sales you can actually score a lot of your kitchen and dining needs at half price.
Another popular shopping destination for kitchen and dining equipment is at the stores that belong to the Crate and Barrel Chain (http://www.crateandbarrel.com/). This store offers a wide variety of kitchen and dining equipment like serving dishes, dinnerware, flatware, cookware, bake ware, cutlery, kitchen gadgets and much more. These products are available at a wide range of price points that range from cheap to expensive. Crate and Barrel also offers a lower priced line at its CB2 stores (http://www.cb2.com/).
The stores that belong to the Bed, Bath, and Beyond (http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com) chain of stores are yet another popular source for Kitchen and dining equipment as they carry a large inventory of all kinds of appliances and equipment and the store is known for its excellent returns policy.