Sur La Table

★★★☆☆
The first Sur La Table store opened in Seattle's Pike Place Market in 1972 selling hard-to-find kitchenware imported from France. Since then the company has expanded to more than 75 stores nationwide, a direct-mail business distributing millions of catalogs each year, an e-commerce site, a gift registry, and a cooking class program. Sur La Table continues to carry many of the same products from France that it carried when it opened, but now offers tools from around the world to prepare any cuisine. Sur La Table remains committed to its roots by continuing to provide exceptional customer service and a broad assortment of premium-quality products.
  • 75 Spring St

    New York, NY 10012

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  • 212-966-3375

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On my last trip to Papyrus I spotted this cute little store and instantly fell in LOVE. I typically shop at William and Sonoma for all my baking needs but this little place is defiantly their runner up. When I first arrived I felt it might be a little out of my price range but I soon found out that most of their items are competitively priced. \n\nBeing the baker that I am I went right to the baking section. I was pleased to see that they carry names like Wilton. They had several unique baking sheets, like a giant whoopie pie sheet and a twisted donut sheet. I found both to be ridiculously cute but completely unnecessary so I kept walking. \n\nWhen I saw their cookie cutters I was jumping for joy. Im a cookie fanatic and they had several cutters for $1. Yes, folks $1. I didnt even know you could get something in NY for $1, considering that most dollar stores charge more than a $1 for their items. \n\nWell anyway I enjoyed my trip due to the decent prices and nifty selection. \n\nIll be back. \n

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★★★★☆

On my last trip to Papyrus I spotted this cute little store and instantly fell in LOVE. I typically shop at William and Sonoma for all my baking needs but this little place is defiantly their runner up. When I first arrived I felt it might be a little out of my price range but I soon found out that most of their items are competitively priced. \n\nBeing the baker that I am I went right to the baking section. I was pleased to see that they carry names like Wilton. They had several unique baking sheets, like a giant whoopie pie sheet and a twisted donut sheet. I found both to be ridiculously cute but completely unnecessary so I kept walking. \n\nWhen I saw their cookie cutters I was jumping for joy. Im a cookie fanatic and they had several cutters for $1. Yes, folks $1. I didnt even know you could get something in NY for $1, considering that most dollar stores charge more than a $1 for their items. \n\nWell anyway I enjoyed my trip due to the decent prices and nifty selection. \n\nIll be back. \n

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On my last trip to Papyrus I spotted this cute little store and instantly fell in LOVE. I typically shop at William and Sonoma for all my baking needs but this little place is defiantly their runner up. When I first arrived I felt it might be a little out of my price range but I soon found out that most of their items are competitively priced.

Being the baker that I am I went right to the baking section. I was pleased to see that they carry names like Wilton. They had several unique baking sheets, like a giant whoopie pie sheet and a twisted donut sheet. I found both to be ridiculously cute but completely unnecessary so I kept walking.

When I saw their cookie cutters I was jumping for joy. I??m a cookie fanatic and they had several cutters for $1. Yes, folks $1. I didn??t even know you could get something in NY for $1, considering that most dollar stores charge more than a $1 for their items.

Well anyway I enjoyed my trip due to the decent prices and nifty selection.

I??ll be back.

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★★★★☆

On my last trip to Papyrus I spotted this cute little store and instantly fell in LOVE. I typically shop at William and Sonoma for all my baking needs but this little place is defiantly their runner up. When I first arrived I felt it might be a little out of my price range but I soon found out that most of their items are competitively priced.

Being the baker that I am I went right to the baking section. I was pleased to see that they carry names like Wilton. They had several unique baking sheets, like a giant whoopie pie sheet and a twisted donut sheet. I found both to be ridiculously cute but completely unnecessary so I kept walking.

When I saw their cookie cutters I was jumping for joy. I??m a cookie fanatic and they had several cutters for $1. Yes, folks $1. I didn??t even know you could get something in NY for $1, considering that most dollar stores charge more than a $1 for their items.

Well anyway I enjoyed my trip due to the decent prices and nifty selection.

I??ll be back.

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I ordered a set of 6 authentic British Imperial pint glasses from Sur La Table online for $36. They were described to have the official crown seal as was also depicted in the picture. What they sent me instead were 6 cheap Arcoroc glasses. No crown symbol, just some generic lettering at the top. I searched the price of those... yeah, comes out to be $33 for a case of 48. Do the math and they are earning 750% profit by advertising a prestigious glass company and instead sending out cheap generic dollar store handouts. I have written them an email about their false advertising and have received no reply. Use caution when shopping at their online store. No it wasn't a mix up, they don't have Arcoroc glassware listed anywhere in their catalog. At least they shipped them well.

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I ordered a set of 6 authentic British Imperial pint glasses from Sur La Table online for $36. They were described to have the official crown seal as was also depicted in the picture. What they sent me instead were 6 cheap Arcoroc glasses. No crown symbol, just some generic lettering at the top. I searched the price of those... yeah, comes out to be $33 for a case of 48. Do the math and they are earning 750% profit by advertising a prestigious glass company and instead sending out cheap generic dollar store handouts. I have written them an email about their false advertising and have received no reply. Use caution when shopping at their online store. No it wasn't a mix up, they don't have Arcoroc glassware listed anywhere in their catalog. At least they shipped them well.

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I was so happy to find Sur la Table in NYC. I was a long time customer at the the Chicago store and became a customer of the Spring St store the day I moved to the city. The product selection is great and the staff is warm and attentive. The people who work there seem to be accomplished home cooks/former pros and can answer any questions you may have.\r\n\r\nManagement does leave much to be desired. I recently purchased a stove top espresso maker and when I used it for the first time it leaked at the base. Instead of just replacing the maker I was subjected to an obnoxious game of twenty questions at the hand of the store manager Henry. To make a long story short he came to the conclusion that despite the fact that I have been using an espresso maker for about 20 years I suddenly took to burning this one beyond being functional.\r\n\r\nIn the end I received a replacement but only after being chastised for something that I did not do. I have since shopped in the store and had Henry help me which has brought me to the following conclusion. Henry uses a smug, all knowing exterior to hide the fact that he knows less than his ""subordinates"" (I spent 8 years of my life in Chicago working for someone with this same personality disorder).\r\n\r\nIf you want a great experience look for Julia or Craig, They are real cooks and attitude free and they always are willing to help me when I am in the store.\r\n\r\n

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★★★★☆

I was so happy to find Sur la Table in NYC. I was a long time customer at the the Chicago store and became a customer of the Spring St store the day I moved to the city. The product selection is great and the staff is warm and attentive. The people who work there seem to be accomplished home cooks/former pros and can answer any questions you may have.\r\n\r\nManagement does leave much to be desired. I recently purchased a stove top espresso maker and when I used it for the first time it leaked at the base. Instead of just replacing the maker I was subjected to an obnoxious game of twenty questions at the hand of the store manager Henry. To make a long story short he came to the conclusion that despite the fact that I have been using an espresso maker for about 20 years I suddenly took to burning this one beyond being functional.\r\n\r\nIn the end I received a replacement but only after being chastised for something that I did not do. I have since shopped in the store and had Henry help me which has brought me to the following conclusion. Henry uses a smug, all knowing exterior to hide the fact that he knows less than his ""subordinates"" (I spent 8 years of my life in Chicago working for someone with this same personality disorder).\r\n\r\nIf you want a great experience look for Julia or Craig, They are real cooks and attitude free and they always are willing to help me when I am in the store.\r\n\r\n

Pros: Gorgeous store, wonderful salespeople.

Cons: Obnoxious management.

 

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