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Kitchen Stuff Plus

2287 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON, M4P 2C6

416-544-0515

Kitchen Stuff Plus is a discount retailer dealing housewares throughout the GTA.

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What:

Store Type | Home Furnishings & Accessories
Payment | Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Visa

Where:

Neighbourhood | Toronto
Getting There | Eglinton station
Cross Street | Yonge and Eglinton

When:

Mon-Fri 10AM-9PM, Sat 10AM-7PM, Sun 11AM-6PM

Profile Last Updated: October 23, 2007

From the Flea Market to Metropolis
Kitchen Stuff Plus is a leading discount retailer in housewares and home décor that first opened their doors in 1987. Company founder Mark Halpern began his venture as a 10’ by 10’ booth in a Pickering flea market selling inexpensive ceramics and kitchen gadgets. After the first store opened at Yonge and Bloor in 1993, the chain boomed and expanded throughout the GTA. Now customers will find eight stores including downtown locations, suburban superstores and a clearance warehouse outlet with bargains galore.

Kitchen, Living and Dining Stuff Plus
The main categories of goods at Kitchen Stuff Plus include cooking, serving, decorating and living. The first two categories include all the traditional and gourmet cooking and baking supplies, such as electrical appliances, cookware, ceramics, dinnerware, flatware and glassware. For decorating the home, the chain offers rugs, candles, draperies, picture frames and more, and “living” items include a wide mix of knapsacks, office supplies, bathroom goods, furniture and tons of games and gadgets.

Baking Bargains
Providing bargains is part of the Kitchen Stuff Plus mandate, so they guarantee the lowest prices around. If you find a lower price elsewhere, they will beat it by 10 per cent. They also have frequent seasonal and warehouse sales, so be sure to check their website and flyers. The Housewares Club program allows customers to earn points for every dollar they spend in the store, which can be redeemed towards the purchase of additional goods.