Le Creuset, All-Clad, and More Top Brands Are 50% Off Right Now at Williams Sonoma — See the Best Memorial Day Deals

published May 20, 2024
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We’re sure you have your list of must-shop brands you’re hoping to snag on sale this Memorial Day shopping period. Whether you’re after an All-Clad pan, a Le Creuset Dutch oven, or a new coffee maker, the hunt for the best discounts can become tedious. That’s why we recommend heading to Williams Sonoma, whose own Memorial Day sale is already live. Now through May 27, the retailer is offering up to 50% off all kinds of kitchen items, not to mention an extra 20% off select clearance items when you use code EXTRA at checkout. And these are no under-the-radar brands. Instead, you can save big on top-of-the-line cutlery, cookware, and countertop appliances, including the best-selling pieces you might’ve been eyeing for a while. If you need help getting started, have a look at our top sale picks below. Everything isn’t bound to stay in stock for long, so hop on this rare opportunity to restock your kitchen without spending a fortune.

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Williams Sonoma
was $205.00

Le Creuset will never disappoint when it comes to gorgeous cast-iron cookware. We love the skinny grill for an indoor grilling option year-round. It’s the ideal size for grilling burgers, steaks, and even veggie kebabs. And, unlike some other grill pans, the iconic Le Creuset enameled exterior means that it’s stylish enough to take from stove to table.

2 / 11
Williams Sonoma
was $199.95

Designed with efficiency and quality in mind, the Enfinigy drip coffee maker touts state-of-the-art features, including a precise brewing temperature, a powerful showerhead, and a blooming function that releases carbon dioxide from the coffee grounds. The sleek glass carafe included with the machine has a 12-cup capacity, so you can make enough coffee to share with your WFH-coworkers or roomies — and it’ll stay toasty all through your morning Zoom calls, thanks to the machine’s keep-warm function.

3 / 11
Williams Sonoma
was $235.00

The secret power of All-Clad's cookware is its signature D5 construction: This saucepan has five alternating layers of aluminum and stainless steel that make it heat up quickly and diffuse that heat evenly so you don't end up with any hot spots or burnt food. Its bottom edges are curved to just the right degree so you can easily reach them with spoons, spatulas, and whisks, and the angled handle design makes the saucepan comfortable to carry and move around your cooking area.

4 / 11
Williams Sonoma
was $349.95

Even tiny outdoor spaces will be able to accommodate this compact pizza oven, which is a must if you want to elevate your summer gatherings. It's completely portable thanks to its small size and removable chimney, plus you can set it up on any tabletop. And of course, you can't beat that stone-baked pizza taste, though you can use the oven to heat up a variety of eats.

5 / 11
Williams Sonoma
was $90.00

One of the most versatile pieces in Joseph Joseph’s new cookware collection, this 8-inch frying pan boasts a nonstick and nontoxic ceramic coating and an inward-folding handle for ultra-easy storage. Use it to cook eggs, braise meat, and more. The pan is even oven-safe up to 450ºF!

6 / 11
Williams Sonoma
was $39.95

The AeroPress is for the coffee lover who's very particular about the quality of their daily cup of joe. Designed by a retired Stanford engineering lecturer, the AeroPress brews one to three cups of either regular or espresso-style coffee in just about a minute. Plus, cleanup is quick and easy.

7 / 11
Williams Sonoma
was $300.00

We're huge fans of Staub stoneware because not only are the brand's bakers and casserole dishes supremely stylish, but they also spread and retain heat like a dream, keeping their contents warm from the oven to the table. The enameled interiors also won't absorb moisture or food stains, prolonging the years of use you'll be able to get out of this dish set, which includes a square lid.

8 / 11
Williams Sonoma
was $219.95

Tackle all of your cutlery needs in one go with this nifty set from Zwilling, which includes a 4-inch paring knife, 5-inch serrated utility knife, and 8-inch chef’s knife. Each knife’s ultra-durable stainless steel blade and ergonomic handle ensures that your hand won’t get tired even after a decent amount of chopping. They all can be tossed into the dishwasher for easy cleanup, though handwashing is recommended.

9 / 11
Williams Sonoma
was $284.00

If you’ve been dealt a tiny kitchen but are dying to own a Le Creuset Dutch oven, consider the small-space-friendly French version, which boasts a spacious cooking capacity. A major bonus? It costs way less than the Dutch oven, too. Given its optimal size and price, we even called it “the Goldilocks of Dutch ovens” in our review.

10 / 11
Williams Sonoma
was $129.95

It used to be that you had to choose between a quick meal or a healthy one, but that's no longer the case thanks to appliances such as this advanced air fryer oven. Instant Pot's Vortex Plus has a huge capacity — 6 quarts to be exact — so you can fill it with enough chicken, veggies, or potatoes for the whole family and have it ready to eat in no time. In addition to air frying, the oven can also reheat, broil, bake, roast, and dehydrate.

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Williams Sonoma
was $179.95

Just like its name suggests, this find is an essential for one-pan meals. All-Clad is known for its tri-ply construction, but this pick has five alternating layers of aluminum and stainless steel for unbeatable heat distribution. The sides are rounded, and the surface area is wide so that stirring is a breeze.