This cramped and crowded temple to cookware is where Julia Child shopped, which might surprise you given how no-frills it is. Creaky floorboards, bad lighting and a basement haphazardly crammed with copper pots and pans is hardly a Williams-Sonoma. But the nearly 200-year-old E. Dehillerin wasn't created for dilettantes; chefs, students of Le Cordon Bleu and other restaurant pros come here to buy everything from cast-iron Dutch ovens to sauté pans to kitchen utensils. Want a cheap souvenir? Pick up a bright green (like the facade) E. Dehillerin apron for 20 euro.