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    Question for the pros.

    So I was hoping someone could give me some links to a place online to buy cool plates and all that front of house stuff like glasses, forks etc...

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    Check Libby.com for the usual glassware. You can buy that brand all over the web. For Asian plates I buy at Korin.com. They have a bunch of Asian serviceware and detail stuff. I buy my high end wine glasses from one of my wine distributors. I'm not crazy about having them shipped.

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    Thanks Salty

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    For what it's worth, I think Stolzle makes some really nice unleaded stemware that really resists breakage quite well. I have some very thin-walled glasses and I think I lost just one over the last five years or so. That's way better than most of the other brands I've used.

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    I usually go etundra.com for all my supplies. Its one of the cheapest I have found.

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    I have a rep from Edward Don that hooks me up with bulk orders on flatware, plates, glasses etc. Maybe JB prince is an option as well?
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    Thanks guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    For what it's worth, I think Stolzle makes some really nice unleaded stemware that really resists breakage quite well. I have some very thin-walled glasses and I think I lost just one over the last five years or so. That's way better than most of the other brands I've used.
    That's what we use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salty dog View Post
    That's what we use.
    Good choice. Your daughter knows what she's doing.

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    I use Libby's for our every day stuff but use Mikasa for our nicer stuff...I think we have enough for a small restaurant lol.

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