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The Milk Pail Market

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(2 Reviews)

2585 California St, Mountain View, CA 94040

(650) 941-2505

OPEN NOW
Today: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
46
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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General Info
Established in 1974, Milk Pail Market provides dairy products to its customers. Located in Mountain View, Calif., the company provides an array of products, such as pasteurized milk, cheese, butter, cream and yogurt. It also offers French cheese of various brands, including Reblochon, Crottins, Gaperon, Belle Des and Champs. The Milk Pail Market features over 300 cheese varieties, breads from Berkeley, rolled oats from Oregon and produce from local farmers. Milk Pail Market was recognized as 'Best of Silicon Valley' by Metro in 1996.
Hours

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Phone: (650) 941-2103

Fax: (650) 941-2103

Services/Products
  • Cheese
Payment method
all major credit cards
Neighborhoods
San Antonio, The Crossings
Categories
Cheese, Wholesale Dairy Products, Grocery Stores
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Private

Bike Parking: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: No

Price Range : Below Average

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Epicuring

05/16/2012

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
Cheap Cheese for Your Euro Party

Before you die, visit the Milk Pail market and fill up on low priced cheeses from around the world, locally made pastries, discounted chocolates, & everything Euro. Worth a drive.

davidknowshow

07/04/2006

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Overall
Good produce but doesn't meet hype

The staff at the Four Seasons told us that this market was THE place for produce. apparently, people flew into the Silicon Valley to get produce here because it's the freshest. True, the produce was very fresh and in good condition, but I cannot see any truth to the fact that people fly here just for the produce. In any case, the fruits were very fresh and they also had a large crate of cherries in which people could pick their own. I was also pleased with their selection of asian veggies. The cheese selection was mediocre, herb stock was poor (I guess I was picking from the bottom of the barrel), and it was very crowded. I'd only return if I were driving in the area.. other than that... Safeway would suffice just fine.

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