• Shop Wasserstrom for Kitchen Goods

    by  • March 29, 2011 • Recipes & Meals, Reviews • 4 Comments

    When we need a kitchen tool, the first place we stop is right in the neighborhood at Wasserstrom Restaurant Supply. You can see it from I-71 between Hudson and Weber Road exits, but few home cooks know the restaurant equipment store is open to the public.

    wasserstrom restaurant supply showroomIn fact, individuals are quite welcome for the warehouse shopping experience. The large show room at Wasserstrom has few frills beyond the free popcorn at the door. The sales staff is friendly and always accommodating to questions.

    Wasserstrom carries nearly everything a standard restaurant could need and in turn nearly everything a home cook could want.  Our kitchen is filled with Wasserstrom purchases: commercial grade hand blender, cylinder sausage stuffer, chinoise, stainless steel work tables, glassware, flour storage bins, and plastic squeeze bottles.  There are home cook recognizable name brands represented at Wasserstrom but everything is of the highest functional quality.

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    There is a clearance section in the back corner that is not to be missed.  Everything from single glassware pieces to beverage coolers are available with discount prices.

    Next time you’re in Columbus and in need of a pot or cooking thermometer or parchment paper or walk-in cooler, check out Wasserstrom.

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    4 Responses to Shop Wasserstrom for Kitchen Goods

    1. Alison
      March 29, 2011 at 9:29 am

      Love that place! I have been meaning to stop by there to pick up a small pitcher, so Calvin can serve himself at the dinner table. Thanks for the timely reminder!

    2. March 29, 2011 at 9:51 am

      Would love to see more of these types of places featured! There’s a couple of restaurant supply companies around town, and you’re right about people being unsure of weather or not they’re open to the general public.

    3. Lindsey
      March 29, 2011 at 10:55 am

      Mike did a project or mini internship (?) there in college, he’s a fan. I had no idea they were open to the public, I’d love to check it out!

    4. March 29, 2011 at 9:02 pm

      Thanks for posting this! I was just wondering 3 days ago about whether Wasserstrom was open to the public. Now I know, and there goes our budget! :-)

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