Food52 Dinnerware, by Jono Pandolfi
+ $ shipping surcharge
Expected back in stock .
Notify me when it's back
Thanks! We'll email you when it's available again.
Plate like a pro.
Made-to-order. Ships out in 10 business days.
For the first-ever Food52 dinnerware line, we weren’t going to settle for ordinary. Instead, we asked Jono Pandolfi—star ceramicist for chefs at eateries like the NoMad Hotel, Tosca, and Gramercy Tavern—to design a line that would only be available at Food52. His excitement for the project carried through to the results: a custom 4-piece dinnerware collection featuring a dinner plate, salad plate, pasta bowl, and rice bowl, in creamy tan clay with a smooth, food-safe white glaze on the interior.
Anything but dainty, Jono’s designs are substantial and smooth, unfinished on the exterior and bearing the marks of having been made by careful hands. Working with a team of artisans to ensure that every piece comes out perfectly, Jono then glazes every single plate and bowl by hand for the highest quality finish—a silky, even surface for easy cleaning. It’s the perfect marriage of rugged craftsmanship and elegance, made for elevating your everyday meals to something restaurant-worthy.
Please note this item is subject to a 10% restocking fee for returns.
Photography by Bobbi Lin, Alpha Smoot, Rocky Luten and James Ransom
Details & Materials -
Union City, New Jersey
Stoneware with food-safe glaze
Sets of 4. Full place setting includes 1 dinner plate, 1 salad plate, 1 pasta bowl, and 1 rice bowl. Dinner plate (11" in diameter x 1" deep); salad plate (8.5" in diameter x 1" deep); pasta bowl (8" in diameter x 2" deep); and rice bowl (5" in diameter x 2.25" deep).
Care & Notes -
Dishwasher and microwave safe.
Meet the Maker
Union City, NJ
New Jersey-based ceramicist Jono Pandolfi, whose handmade plates, bowls, and mugs grace the tables of restaurants like Eleven Madison Park and the Nomad Hotel, is the designer behind Food52’s first-ever dinnerware line. Hand-hewn shapes cast in a light tan clay and white glaze, the pieces are restaurant quality but made for the home table.View Full Profile
Our Tips & Stories
How we'd use this beauty in our own homes.
Say cheese (or meat, or fruit, or...).
No, it's not the microwave.
And more importantly—is it *good*?
A Similar Style
Elsewhere on Food52
Today’s Top Story
So Hot Right Now