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Kitchen retailer to open in North Hills

Posted January 5, 2015

Sur La Table

— The popular kitchen store Sur La Table announced plans Monday to open a location in Raleigh's North Hills shopping area. 

The Seattle-based retailer offers cooking tools and in-store classes. 

Sur La Table will be located in the Lassiter District of the North Hills, near Total Wine and Lululemon Athletica, according to Kane Realty. The 5,800 square-foot store is set to open in the summer. 

Sur La Table opened its first store in 1972 and currently has 100 locations throughout the country, including one at Durham's Streets of Southpoint mall. There are also locations in Greensboro and Charlotte.

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  • Flyfisher69 Jan 5, 2015

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    And that's a place he/she will never know

  • Ginger Lynn Jan 5, 2015
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    I can afford it. However, I do not need to throw my money away on such nonsense. That is why we have over 1 million in our savings accounts. We don't waste money on ridiculous overpriced non-necessities.

  • Tammy Rush Jan 5, 2015
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    Gee, I thought the bible said the poor were blessed...

  • Bill of Rights Jan 5, 2015

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    "Luxury" and "North Hills" don't appear in the same sentence unless the latest cheap Made-in-China junk is your definition of "luxury". North Hills is just another worthless suburban shopping center stuck in the middle of vinyl-sided suburban nothingness.

  • sinenomine Jan 5, 2015

    I live near North Hills and go to certain places there regularly - Target and Penney's for instance.

    The myriad shops that will gladly sell you $60.00 t-shirts and the two story Harris-Teeter not so much.

    I drove through there just last night and there was a lot of empty space at the Lassiter adjunct - what used to be called the service plaza in a simpler time. Something, or more probably two or three big somethings, had closed there but I don't know what because I never shopped at them.

    I wish they had the old Woolworth's back that used to be there - that at least was something useful.

  • Obama-in-2016 Jan 5, 2015

    If you can't afford it then make yourself better so that you can.

  • Pack Girl Jan 5, 2015

    It is a wonderful store and we are lucky to have it in Raleigh, finally!

  • Simply Hans Jan 5, 2015

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    We in North Hills can afford such luxury. Let the rest of you eat cake!

  • Ginger Lynn Jan 5, 2015
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    Exactly, as is everything at North Hills except for JCPenney, Target and Chik-fil-a

  • Olenc Native Jan 5, 2015
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    They are way overpriced on nearly everything. The only reason to shop there is for duck fat and truffle oil, which are hard to find anywhere else.