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Best Cheese Shops in New England?

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What are some of the best shops in New England for a cheese lover? I like a few places that are near where I live (including the terrific Formaggio Kitchen in Cambridge) and I discovered a great place for cheese in Woodstock, VT, called Sugarbush Farm, but would like to know of some others. Any suggestions? Thanks! [Go here to post a reply.]
(Posted on 9/5/08 by hiddenboston)

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Ed wrote:
The selection of cheese is likely very similar, but you still might want to check out South End Formaggio (Formaggio Kitchen's sister store). It certainly wouldn't be a long trip for you, and even if you don't find anything, I'm sure it will still be an enjoyable new experience.
(Posted on 12/31/08)

DMG wrote:
There is a nice shop on the Mass. R.I. border in Tiverton, R.I. Called Milk and Honey Bazaar.
(Posted on 3/12/09)

Brokenbil wrote:
The only place near me that I'm aware of selling fine cheeses is Public House Provisions on Beacon St. in Brookline, MA.
(Posted on 7/26/09)

@willowdaisy wrote:
I adore Formaggio's in Cambridge! I've missed it loads since I've moved. I really enjoy Whole Foods, the staff is friendly, knowledgeable and not skimpy with the samples.
(Posted on 7/26/09)

MAF wrote:
Wasik's Cheese Shop in Wellesley is great.
(Posted on 7/27/09)

SB wrote:
Don Otto's Market on Tremont has great locally-sourced cheeses!
(Posted on 8/1/10)

NLH wrote:
Concord Cheese Shop in Concord, MA has some wonderful cheeses, and a great set of people working there, too. The staff is polite, kind, knowledgeable. There's a nice selection of chocolate and other goodies there as well.
(Posted on 8/1/10)

marc wrote:
Vin Bin in marlboro does a great job with their cheeses.......and wine.
(Posted on 8/2/10)

Technodad wrote:
+1 on Wasic's in Wellesley. Great selection, friendly and knowledgeable staff.
(Posted on 8/2/10)

@KATE wrote:
Wasik's in Wellesley!! Love, love, love and NO pretense.
(Posted on 8/2/10)

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