The Top Kitchen Shops in Seattle Bellevue


!--paging_filter--pLocated in the former Dish It Up space on Ballard Avenue, strongCulinary Essentials /strong(Ballard, 5320 Ballard Ave. NW; 206.789.1334), originally an expansion of Bellevue’s J Culinary Essentials (now closed), serves up plenty of tableware and cooking gear, including Man Law barbecuing tools. brbrLong a bastion for the cooking crazed, strongJ.F. Henry/strong (West Seattle, 4445 California Ave. SW; 206.935.5150;a href="" target="_blank" carries the Northwest’s largest selection of dinnerware (more than 200 patterns!), as well as cooking gear, linens and handy, handsome items such as Kentucky Spring salad tongs ($19.95) made from cherry, maple and walnut. brbrstrongMrs. Cook’s/strong (University Village, 2685 NE Village Lane; 206.525.5008; a href="" target="_blank" brims with a tasty inventory suited for cooks of all levels, with items such as an Emile Henry flame top tagine ($135) to a Lékué microwave rice cooker ($35), as well as cute aprons, glasses and teapots. brstrongbr/strongFind a tempting surfeit of gadgets, glassware, bakeware, cookware (a veritable Le Creuset gallery) and classes at strongSur La Table /strong(Pike Place Market, 84 Pine St., 206.448.2244; Bellevue, The Bravern, 11111 NE Eighth St., 425.450.4010; Kirkland, 90 Central Way, 425.827.1311; a href="" target="_blank"

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