It's been around for years and not everyone knows it. Now it has moved to a new location. Bridge Kitchenware is a mecca for cooks who want fine kitchenware sold by people "who really know the field."
You won't find cheap colanders or Chinese restaurant supply like you find on the Bowery, this is heavy-duty French-style cookware. Only "the good stuff." "If it's not at Bridge, you can't get it."
"The Dean and Deluca of kitchenware," Bridge is for people "who want the genuine article in their kitchen and don't mind spending the money to get it." "They have everything," especially fine copper pots and pans. Definitely highlight it on the kitchen map.
NYMag says: The Manhattan restaurant business might grind to a halt without Bridge.
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(Note: This is an update. First reviewed at Apartment Therapy, 3.08.05)
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