Bargain Fair is a kitchen paradise… and a shopper’s dream since the new store opened its doors at 4635 W. Pico Blvd., across from Midtown Crossing shopping complex.
Martini glasses to Cuisinarts, classic white dinner plates, stemware and brightly colored cloth napkins fill the shelves. There are Dutch ovens, woks and more cookware, coffee makers and microwaves.
Home cooks rub elbows with chefs and restaurateurs in its roomy 5,500 square feet.
Owners Sheida and Jack Pourat found the new space after losing their lease at the smaller, original store, which is still open at Fairfax and Beverly.
It is scheduled to close at the end of the year. Sheida’s father founded the store 38 years ago; she took over the reins two decades ago.
The new shop is across from Lowe’s Home Improvement and Ross Dress-For-Less; the neighborhood includes many families and is up-and-coming, says Pourat.
But the best part of the new shop is the ample parking lot out front, she adds.