Kettle & Cord, Crown Heights’s homeware store, has a range of exciting initiatives planned to help the community during the Yom Tov season.
Tishrei is a busy time for everyone, so Kettle & Cord has planned an array of exciting in-store offerings to help people during the Yom Tov season.
Custom Gift Packaging: Whether you’re invited out for a meal, having a child stay at someone’s house, or just want to buy a special something for a special someone, Yom Tov is a time when people are looking to buy gifts.
Kettle & Cord has brought in a wide range of beautiful dishes, bowls and platters, and decorated them with chocolates, nuts and candies making for the perfect Yom Tov gift. Give the gift of a beautiful dish and delicious chocolates all in one.
Local delivery is available for online or over the phone orders. See all gift packages and prices at kettleandcord.com
Knife Sharpening: Having a sharp set of knives will make all your Yom Tov cooking that much easier. Stop by Kettle & Cord on Wednesday and have your knives sharpened by the professionals from The Brooklyn Kitchen.
Friendship Circle Honey Dishes: Support an important local institution and beautify your Yom Tov table! The Friendship Circle members painted gorgeous honey dishes at The Art Café and will be selling them at the Kettle & Cord store.
Kettle in Elul: Kettle & Cord’s Instagram page has been hosting a series of entertaining and educational takeovers leading up to Yom Tov. From delicious Yom Tov recipes to table decorating ideas and makeup styling tips, Kettle in Elul is a perfect resource to help get you ready for Yom Tov. See the complete Kettle in Elul program at kettleandcord.com//kettle-in-elul
Pre-Sukkos Wine & Dine: Do your Sukkos shopping while enjoying the finest of Eber’s wines and Benz’s delicacies. Find something you love and place an order in store. This event will take place on Thursday, Sept. 20 at 7:30 pm.
To follow all of Kettle & Cord’s programs, follow them on social media at @kettleandcord