Date(s) - 06/28/2016
11:00 am - 2:00 pm
French Cheese Board
What’s up? French Cheese Experts La Ligue des Fromagers Extraordinaires invite you to a very special tasting event at the French Cheese Board.
Damage? Free with RSVP
Why you should go. The French Cheese Board has been known for its pop-up cheese shops, food art expos and meet-and-mingle soirées. It’s new concept store in SoHo, however, feels almost like a gallery, reading room and cheese lab piled into a space.
Its mission is to draw the American public into the French cheese industry, with excitement and innovation. If you haven’t checked out the French Cheese Board before, you’re in for a treat.
- RSVP asap. Limited space available
- Attire: Business or casual works
- With friends or alone? Either or.
- Business cards are a must.
- An extra tote bag wouldn’t go a miss. Plenty of shopping in the area.
- Nearby spots? There are plenty.
- Ceci Cela – 55 Spring Street by Lafayette, French Bakery – if you get some cheese, this place still sells great baguettes and croissants.
- Dean &Deluca – Broadway (between Spring & Prince) – upscale groceries with plenty of stuff to accompany your cheese.
- Despaña SoHo East of Lafayette, 410 Broome St, New York, NY 10013 (212) 219-1550 – a Spanish gourmet shop & café with loads of samples to taste. They’ve also got a wine shop next door.
- Harney & Sons by Broome and Crosby Sts., tea & scones café and tea wholesaler. Hosts tea-related events.
- Moma Shop, West of Lafayette, 81 Spring St. New York, Ny, 10012 – a nice place to browse.
- Nolita Wine Merchants 227 Mulberry St. You got cheese, bread, now for the wine. This small boutique has a great selection for your essential cheese kit.
- Nyona, if you’re feeling hungry, this is a Malaysian-Southeast Asian fusion quick grub, which can never go wrong.
- Pegu Club Houston by W. Broadway, 2nd floor, a great simple, but impressive cocktail & wine bar with the coolest ambience. The staff are awesome, and everyone gets the 4-star treatment. This is also the perfect date spot.