Welcome to the Vintage Kitchen shop. Here you'll find an ever-evolving assortment of curated vintage and antique kitchenware dating from the 1800s to the 1970s.
We are a small but mighty shop determined to tell interesting stories about items that make your space come alive. With a nod towards classic design and colorful character, you'll discover timeless pieces that float flawlessly between decades making them eternally stylish no matter what the time period.
Here in the Vintage Kitchen, we are story lovers (and suspect that you might be too). Each item offered in the shop tells a unique tale from time highlighting both its place and importance in history.
New items added weekly! Gift cards available here.
Happy Harvest Season!
All the beautiful bounty of the late summer garden harvest deserves some unique and creative meal-making experiences this month. Stop by the Vintage Recipes section on the blog and explore heirloom recipes from around the world that will highlight all your home-grown goodness.
A NEW BATCH OF OLD COOKBOOKS
All summer, we were hard at work scouting new batches of old cookbooks for the shop. See them all roll out one by one, story by story, throughout the autumn season.
Featured Recipe: St Hubert Steak Sandwiches
Named after the patron saint of hunting, this sirloin steak sandwich is made with locally sourced grass-fed beef that bathes in a unique marinade for 24 hours in the fridge before cooking. A lovely (and delicious) break from summertime's grilled hamburgers, this vintage 1960s recipe arrives just in time for fall football season, tailgate parties and cool-weather cookouts. It's also easy to pack up and take on the road for autumn picnic adventures and fall foliage trips.
Featured Restaurant: The Four Seasons (1959-2019)
The Four Seasons was an iconic restaurant located in midtown Manhattan from 1959-2019. Its heyday years were really the 1960s, but throughout its run the restaurant was known as much for its everchanging seasonal decor as much as its menu. In autumn, colorful fall foliage trees flanked the dining room setting the stage for fall menu items that included popular dishes like Farmhouse Duckling au Poivre, Squash Bisque, Oyster and Mushroom Tartlets and Green Spinach Crepes. After nearly a sixty year run, the restaurant closed permanently in 2019. Fortunately, their 1971 cookbook featuring the restaurant's most popular season by season specialties preserves their moment in time and brings the glamour and elegance of 20th century fine dining in New York City home to your kitchen today.