From Our Editors
With more than 1,000 different types of cheese made within its borders, France is known as the cheese capital of the world. So naturally, it's the country from which The Cheese Course imports most of its inventory. The selection includes brie de meaux, fromager d'affinois truffles, and Roquefort, one of France's oldest cheeses and one that is still ripened in the same cool, damp caves of Combalou.
Of course, France isn't the only region represented at The Cheese Course. The European-style cheese shop introduces patrons to upwards of 75 artisanal cheeses, depending on the location, imported from dairy farms all over the world. Most of the cheese makers use the same cheese-making methods that have been passed down through their families for generations. The house cheesemonger guides patrons through the cheese-selection process and teaches them how best to serve each one.
The shop also shows off its wares in various bistro sandwiches, including gourmet grilled cheese and the popular 14-month-aged prosciutto.
Adventure through artisanal, handcrafted cheeses from dairy farms from all around the world. Bite into flavorful sandwiches and fresh salads. Sip up savory soups and divine drinks. We are a European-style bistro and cheese market that will bring you the taste of tradition.