POPSUGAR Food Shopping What's Your Favorite Kitchen Store of 2008? What's Your Favorite Kitchen Store of 2008? by partysugar 12/10/08 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Yesterday we asked about where you like to shop for groceries and today our Best of 2008 coverage continues. Now we want to know where you prefer to buy kitchenware. So fess up: where do you like to buy pots, pans, tablecloths, placemats, servingware, etc.? Source Read More Kitchen StoresBest Of 2008KitchenwareStoresPollShopping POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Get inspired with our daily newsletter Love and Sex Food DIY Vegetarian Home Tech Sign up with By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. Vaadsfweytes 6 years Definitely Williams Sonoma! I've been an avid Williams Sonoma lover since I was tiny. lol I can stay there for an hour once I walk in. However, I wouldn't purchase plates or silverware there, though. colormesticky 6 years I sometimes go to Sur la Table on my lunch break just to browse. I love that place. They have beautiful serving dishes. Shadowdamage 6 years When I was in the USA it was Williams Sonoma and Bed, Bath And Beyond (they have a pretty nice selection). Scotland doesn't have the huge assortment that England had in terms of shops but I have some catalog favorites for sure: For gadgetry and such, Lakeland Limited is great (by mail order) and Cucina Direct is pretty good also. chiefdishwasher 6 years I love most of them but they are too expensive. Kohls has quality stuff but really good deals. Last year I got my daughter the 5 qt. Kitchen Aid for less than $200. Now that was a deal. hyzenthlay20 6 years Tuesday Morning for me. I've been stocking up on the great Calphalon baking pans over the past couple of months. Now I've got a bread pan, a square cake pan, two baking sheets, two round cake pans . . . they're awesome, and all cost less than half what Calphalon is supposed to cost! Woo hoo! Spectra 6 years I LOVE Williams-Sonoma, but it's so darn expensive that I only shop there a few times a year. I always think it's funny when I watch Ina Garten talk about all this kitchen equipment she gets from the hardware store. I want her "hardware store" in my neighborhood because my hardware store doesn't have much. AmberHoney 6 years NapaStyle and I have a M. Chiarello panini grill :) CiaoBella2 6 years William Sonoma, but I also shop at 2 local independent stores that have hard to find and eclectic kitchen items. starangel82 6 years Target or Bed, Bath, and Beyond... They are in (relative) driving distance and I can afford to shop there! mrsld 6 years I love sur la table. But can only afford to shop there occasionally. Live 2 miles from a Crate & Barrel outlet so that gets most of my dollars. Dana18 6 years I love William & Sonoma, Crate and Barrel is another one of my faves. The always have the hard to find items. tlsgirl 6 years TJ Maxx and Target for me. Otherwise I wouldn't be able to afford the groceries necessary to use my new kitchenware. DivaDivine 6 years I love HomeGoods/TJMaxx. I've been able to find everything from Wolfgang Puck Cookbooks to fancy Provencal salt pigs and Ralph Lauren tablecloths for a steal! I'm all about the look for le$$. fleurfairy 6 years I'm obsessed with Williams-Sonoma. ilanac13 6 years i have to say that target has been my go to place this year - that or Linen's N Things (i know - bankrupt) or Bed Bath & Beyond since they have the things that i want and not as expensive. gabiushka 6 years Target gets the job done for me. sonya-ina 6 years I love William Sonoma, but since it's so pricey, I only buy things I really need from there. I just bought my Mom an offset icing spatula from there for $32... good grief! beep 6 years I love TJ Maxx. shoneyjoe 6 years It certainly isn't my *favorite*, but Meijer is where I can afford to shop for gadgets and still buy food at the end of the day.