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Brooklyn Kitchen
Kitchen Supply Store
Today 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
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100 Frost St Brooklyn, NY 11211
100 Frost StreetUSNew York11211
Kitchen Supply Store, Culinary SchoolToday 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 8:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 8:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 8:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 8:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 8:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 8:00 pmSunday 12:00 – 6:00 pm
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Industrial-chic go-to for high-end kitchenware, locally sourced groceries & meats plus classes.- Google
"Great facility for fun cooking classes."
"Extensive kitchen supply store."
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scott storkamp
9 months ago
Amazing, fun classes. Try Ken's "Knife Skills" class. Fun, and the best in town. Learned more from him than any other cooking class I've taken. Also Millicent gives a fantastic "Eggscellence" class. Good supply of very nice knives for sale and even meats and poultries. Great facility for fun cooking classes.
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Leslie Salas
3 years ago
Great place for those who love to cook and eat. They have specialty ingredients, cookware, and a counter with a range of natural meats. They also hold a lot of classes on everything from knife techniques to butchering to home brewing (and speaking of home brewing, they have an extensive corner of home brewing supplies in a corner upstairs). They also have a small but varied cookbook corner. All in all, a wonderful store.
Brian Wilkie
3 years ago
Do not patronize this place! This is what Brookyn is becoming: an idea, a marketing scheme by and for trust-funders. Do yourself a favor and take your business to someone who understands the value of customer loyalty and isn't just riding the wave of tattoos and fixies that has infested our wonderful Borough. I just threw up in my mouth thinking about it. These people are unprofessional, disorganized, unintelligent, and frankly have squandered what could have been a wonderful opportunity. Three boos for Brooklyn Kitchen and the Meat Hook.
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Roman Hans
3 years ago
Absolutely unreservedly five stars. Brooklyn Kitchen has gone from a slightly-embarrassing little store on Lorimer to a don't-miss stop on Frost, and high-fives to them for that. This store should be the first stop for visiting foodies, on the cutting edge of everything edible with their nose-to-tail butchery and bulk oil/vinegar sales. Definitely the place to go for gifts! If you're single, check out the personals ads just to the right as you enter. A single computer professional will make me an Israeli feast if I bring the wine? Well, okay!
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Fred Alluso
a year ago
The Brooklyn Kitchen is more than just a destination to pickup some groceries, it's also a culinary experience. I've done plenty of shopping here, but the best of my experiences came in the way of a cooking class. The chef was assisted by one of the owners and together they guided and taught a class of about fifteen customers. It was four hours of learning, shopping at the local farmers market and then returning to the classroom to prepare our simply delicious five course meal. Highly recommended.
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Paul Irving
2 years ago
Brooklyn Kitchen and The Meat Hook which is located in the same space are both great places to shop. Brooklyn kitchen has tons of equipment at reasonable prices and their grocery section is very nice though the selection is somewhat limited. The Meat Hook is a good quality butcher which is convenient to have on location.
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Emily Hanhan
4 years ago
The staff here is fantastic, the vast array of kitchen supplies is outrageous, and the classes are wonderful. Anything you could imagine doing in your own kitchen, Brooklyn Kitchen can outfit you to do it. While the prices don't always compete with Amazon, supporting an awesome local business wins out in the end. Definitely worth the hike from the subway!
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Lara Ruth Ziobro
3 years ago
Extensive kitchen supply store. How have I missed this until now? It's tucked a bit out of the way, but it is worth the trip. They also have lots of cooking classes and competitions in the back room here - a wonderful open space with stoves.


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