The Cheese Store Beverly Hills
419 N Beverly Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Phone: (310) 278-2888
Phone: (310) 278-3429
Fax: (310) 278-3429
TollFree: (800) 547-1515
Cheese Store Of Beverly Hills
The Cheese Store of Beverly Hills
The La Fromagerie Cheese Store
The Cheese Store Beverly Hills, Inc.
Bike Parking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
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08/29/2011Provided by Citysearch -
It?s easy to drop major cash at The Cheese Store of Beverly Hills. This purveyor has been providing some of the finest international cheeses to chefs, caterers, and regular folks alike for over 40 years. It imports cheeses from all over France, Italy, and over one dozen other countries. In addition to selling some of the rarest artisanal cheeses in the world, The Cheese Store offers one of the largest selections of goats? and sheeps? milk cheese in the United States. Be warned that the sight of so many beautiful cheese wheels and the nutty aroma they give off can be hypnotic, if not overwhelming, especially for first time cheese buyers. Luckily, the friendly staff is more than willing to help you pick the perfect assortment of cheeses for your party or family dinner.
The Cheese Store also boasts a large selection of imported pantry items, including salts, confits, and honeys. It even offers a few store-made products, including briny Stuffed Peppers. And, of course, it sells freshly baked crusty bread to spread your purchases on.
06/04/2010Provided by Citysearch -
The Cheese Store is the best place in town to buy cheeses from around the world. They have an amazing selection of top quality cheeses from France, Italy, Spain, Holland, Switzerland... they know very well their products and always advice you very well if you want to try something new (you can even sample some of the cheeses before buying).
I find there the best raclette cheese (melting cheese) to make french raclette.
I just feel like I want to buy and try everything when I go there!
Every time I visit The Cheese Store of Beverly Hills, I see something new I want to buy/try. Tony Princiotta turned me on to Walnut Oil and gave me a recipe off the top of his head for a vineagrette to go with their Fondue for Two, which is the new crowd pleaser at my house. While I do buy cheese here, I am finding that lately I buy more gourmet items to cook with. And I am always impressed with the number of languages spoken by the different staff persons, who are all specialists of some sort. If you didn't catch Norbert, the owner on The History Channel's Modern Marvels, check out his podcast on iTunes, it's entertaining, informative and funny.
Cheese, my favorite food group. I never met a cheese I didn't like, and this place has introduced me to many new ones to love. Their wine/cheese pairing events are not to be missed. If you ever had a question about cheese, they would be the people to ask, everyone is so knowledgable there, and they never seem to mind answering questions or making food/wine pairing recommendations. Worth the drive if you don't live nearby!
06/01/2006Provided by Citysearch -
i never really like eating cheese...with wine ...but when my sister pushed me to go to this cheese store i began to like it...love it in fact...
i love the guys there..they are soo friendly, nice and they give you samples..loads of em :d .....they are sooo generous and helpful..friendly...:D
i just went there today....and i feel like it's about time for me to write the review.
of course some of the cheeses are quite expensive..but it's really good!!
they also have a good wine.,,.desert wine..yummm
02/22/2004Provided by Citysearch -
we went for their cheese and wine tasting event, our first time and we cant wait till the next one! i almost dont want to write this because well never be able to get into the next event once people start to realize how cool this is. we went to the brie and syrah tasting. amazing. theres no other words for it. oh, and the store is really cool too. im ready to have my own wine and cheese tasting with my friends at home, a good excuse to drink lots of good wine and eat some of the best cheeses around.
08/28/2003Provided by Citysearch -
The staff is usually knowledgeable, seems to enjoy to sell the products they offer. They do not hesitate to push you to the crime, by offering many samples of their cheese (unfortunately, some people abuse the sampling session & have other customers waiting longer than necessary). I would go more often if the prices were not so high (....and if cheeses had less calories!).