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Food Network™ 3-pc. Tiered Plate Server

Sale $39.99

Regular $59.99

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This Food Network three-tier serving platter keeps every event elegant. Makes a great wedding or housewarming gift.

Why We Love It:

  • Durable and sturdy porcelain with wrought-iron stand.
  • Plates are microwave- and dishwasher-safe.

Product Features:

  • Platters hold appetizers, desserts and more.
  • Sleek lines add a contemporary touch to any table.
  • Three-tier metal serving rack lends eye-catching appeal.
  • Collapsible design promises space-saving storage.

What's Included:

  • Three platters: 15 1/4"L x 8"W (each)
  • Serving rack: 9"H x 13"W

Product Construction & Care:

  • Porcelain/wrought iron
  • Platters: dishwasher & microwave safe
  • Rack: wipe clean

What The Pros Know:

  • Hors d' oeuvres should be small enough that your guests can polish each off in two bites; any more gets messy.
  • Hot food is best served on warmed plates – place these in a warm oven before plating food.

Our hassle-free return policy means worry-free shopping.

  • Return any item, anytime, for any reason.
  • No receipt? No problem. We'll take care of you.
  • Yes, you can return it in store (even if you bought it online!).

View our full return policy here.


Rated 4 out of 5 by Great for Parties Other than the styrofoam getting everywhere when I was assembling the server, I found it quite easy to put together. The process was pretty intuitive. I bought the product for the sole purpose of using it during get togethers or parties. In the three times that I have used the server, I have had no trouble with it. The plates are sturdy and they hold a good amount of food. The feature that I love the most is how I can swivel the stand and plates to give it a great look and to fit any space on my dining table. It is my plan to buy more to give to friends during the holidays. 10/04/2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by Very disappointed! I am extremely disappointed in this product. The first one I bought didn't sit level and one of the pegs broke off. In addition, one of the holes that the "ring" fits into was blocked. My husband returned it for me and the second one wasn't much better. The plates don't sit right into the rings so they are unstable and rock. I expected a lot more from a product with the Food Network name on it. It certainly doesn't make me anxious to try any of their other stuff. Too bad, because the look of the products are fantastic! 11/15/2010
Rated 2 out of 5 by Poor Design When I saw this serving piece in the store ad, I remembered attending a party where the hostess served her buffet in a similar stand/dish combination. The idea is a good one as it conserves space on the buffet table. Unfortunately, the rack is unstable, moves, cannot be assembled properly. There is no way to fix the rack to remain steady and secure. The most negative feature is the fact that the dishes do not fit the rack holders. The one saving grace is the dishes themselves. I will be able to use them as serving dishes, although they are very shallow, lacking depth. Forget the rack, it's useless. Would not recommend this item. Great idea, poorly executed design. Since this was a Food Network product, it's their responsibility to check their products before boxing them up and sending them to Kohls. I'm sure the department store depends on them for quality control. 12/28/2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Very Disappointed I wished I would have read the review from 11/15/10. Just purchased for the upcoming holidays hoping to add to my other lovely food netwook items. The frame is very wobbly, and the plates do not sit correctly on the frame. I would not even attempt to sit this out with any type of food items as I would be afraid it would collaspe as my guests are serving themselves. Not worth the money even on sale. 11/23/2010
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