Cheese Emporium

Mt. Pleasant

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In a Nutshell

Assortment of cheese showcases different varieties including artisanal blue cheese and aged cheddar

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Nov 30, 2012. Amount paid never expires. May buy multiple; valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Like the most dashing party guests, cheese often comes from a different country and always compliments the wine. Chow down on gallantry with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $20 for a three-cheese package, which includes 150 grams of French truffle brie, 12-year-aged Quebec cheddar, and cabrales, a Spanish artisanal blue cheese (a $40 value)
  • $28 for a four-cheese package, which includes the above package and 200 grams of creamy fontina (a $56 value)

Cheese Emporium

Named one of the best cheese shops in the city by blogTO, Cheese Emporium curates cheeses from at least a dozen different countries, celebrating the unique cheese-making character and tradition found in each locale. French and Italian cheeses dominate the dairy cases in the shop, whose selection Toronto Life describes as “defiantly European.” Pungent and creamy Delice de Bourgogne fills a cheese plate alongside one of three Roqueforts, and Italian offerings such as Sardinian goat cheese and buffalo mozzarella mingle with swiss gruyere. More local cheeses stroll over from other provinces and the USA, including a 12-year Quebec white cheddar and a smoky Oregon blue. Toronto Life also describes an “extensive olive bar” from which customers can harvest a wide variety of googly eyes for the sandwiches at their next business lunch.

Cheese Emporium

Named one of the best cheese shops in the city by blogTO, Cheese Emporium curates cheeses from at least a dozen different countries, celebrating the unique cheese-making character and tradition found in each locale. French and Italian cheeses dominate the dairy cases in the shop, whose selection Toronto Life describes as “defiantly European.” Pungent and creamy Delice de Bourgogne fills a cheese plate alongside one of three Roqueforts, and Italian offerings such as Sardinian goat cheese and buffalo mozzarella mingle with swiss gruyere. More local cheeses stroll over from other provinces and the USA, including a 12-year Quebec white cheddar and a smoky Oregon blue. Toronto Life also describes an “extensive olive bar” from which customers can harvest a wide variety of googly eyes for the sandwiches at their next business lunch.

Customer Reviews

Excellent selection, friendly and warm atmosphere, and the owner was knowledgeable and delightful to engage with.
Kyra K. · January 7, 2013
Excellent customer service. Will definitely go again.
Ssnch · January 5, 2013
Cheese was great, I will shop again for parties.
Gary A. · January 4, 2013

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