There are very few places that I can spend time browsing for hours. Sur la Table is definitely one of them.
When I visit, they always offer me a nice coffee drink to enjoy while I check out all of their fantastic cooking tools.
They have an incredible selection of high-end coffee makers and other small appliances. We have a built-in coffee maker in our kitchen, so there is no need for this in our house, but if we did not have an integrated unit, we would consider one of these excellent options.
Anything you may need to prep, serve or enhance a cooking experience can be found here.
Each season, they change up their collection of dishes, glassware, and linens. I already have so many sets of dishes that I really try not to buy more items. Sometimes, I just pick up a set of salad plates to give some of my existing dishes a different look. My only problem is that I am running out of space to store my extensive collection.
They also have some great condiments, and cleaning items. I get my Maldon Sea Salt there and even a “can’t live without” dish scrubber that has an area to fill with your favorite dish soap. Check out the article featuring Maldon Sea Salt and why it is an excellent choice. Some friends brought me a box of this a while back, and now I cannot live without it. They have a great selection of flavored and unflavored salts to choose from.
They carry a wide variety of cookware including Le Creuset, Staub, All-Clad, Demeyere and more. Have I mentioned that I LOVE my All-Clad cookware? When we remodeled our kitchen, we added an induction cooktop. This is such a great option if you cannot access gas in your area, and the All-Clad works very well.
Their selection of cookbooks is limited, but they have some of the latest and greatest.
If you have not visited Sur la Table in your area, you just must take some time to wander through to see all of the essential cooking tools that they carry. Some locations even offer cooking classes.