Bottom Line: Already into its sixth day, the buzz was a little quieter than previous events at the French Cheese Board, but the carving of the cheese sculpture was an amazing treat, and then of course, there were the hors d’œuvres. Yummy.
Review: Beautiful weather on a Friday just screams for a stroll in SoHo, but what could be better than also shopping for delicious French cheese? No one is more aware of this than the organizers at the French Cheese Board, whose new concept store south of Houston Street has turned into a small lab, a boutique and meeting spot, where cheese-lovers all converge in search for the next big idea.
Started in 2014 as a mission to promote French cheeses in the U.S., it has now transitioned into a concept store, bringing a little more quirkiness and creativity into savoring cheese. From experimental labs, classes, tastings and showcases, the French Cheese Board is taking it to the next level: cheese as a lifestyle rather than just sustenance.
Like a gastronomic gallery, visitors come to enjoy the frequent events, marvel at the displays and maybe sip the odd glass of wine, before buying some delicious cheeses on their way out.
Check out the French Cheese Board for upcoming events.