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Boston Shaker and Other Bar Supplies in Durham, NC

BryanZ | Jan 16, 200810:40 AM     18

I left all my barware at home and need to pick up some new stuff. I know Crate and Barrel has your basic bar set, and William Sonoma has your overpriced bar set ($50 for a Boston shaker), but I'm looking for somewhere that offers both quality and decent prices. That means places like Target or TJ Maxx/HomeGoods are out. Any ideas here?

Looking for a Boston shaker, couple jiggers, long bar spoon, nice ice bucket. I'm cool with a set if the quality and price are right. Am I just better off ordering online.

Thanks for the help.

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