Toast Post: Manhattan Cheese Trail

American Farmstead Cheese on Lower East Side window- by Tad Seaborn

Rather than repeat myself less eloquently in regards to my cheese-a-thon in NYC, I thought I would post  a link to today’s Travel Section in the Globe and Mail where I write about chasing the cheese (thanks Julie!) in New York.  If you would like some ideas on where to go, or just want to get your mouth watering please take a look.

If you have the paper, then you will see the above picture (which truly sums it all up) and some other beauties, plus a map of Manhattan showing all the cheese stops I made. Enjoy!  I certainly did.

Purchasing snacks at Saxelby Cheese, Essex Street market.


Filed under Cheese/Cheese Related, Restaurants and Products, Travel and Food, Uncategorized

8 responses to “Toast Post: Manhattan Cheese Trail

  1. Ive been lucky enough to attend cheese classes at Murrays Cheese on 2 recent trips to NYC. Took a class on Beer and Cheese and another class on Cheese and Mixology. Both classes were amazing.

    • Oh, that is great. They were sold out the weekend I went though I did take a class at Artisanal which was excellent. I have to book further in advance next time. Cheese and Mixology sounds very interesting!

  2. Irv

    Can Tad come take pictures of our cheese?

  3. I loved all of your “cheesy” Manhattan tips. They were perfectly timed for my recent visit there. However I also wanted to share with you The Bedford Cheese Shop which is in Brooklyn. I happened upon it and fell inlove, small, friendly, knowledgeable and great selection. Plus they have a monthly cheese newsletter which I just signed up for.
    Oh, and thanks for the Planet Donut tip, the PB & Banana was delish!

  4. Hi–I was told about The Bedford Cheese shop and am glad to hear a good review. I couldn’t squeeze it all in. I know, Donut Plant rules. And I had the PB and Jam. YUM. Thanks for the note!

  5. Cathy Doyle

    Sue, the link to the Globe article seems to have expired. Any possibility of posting its contents here? (I am going to New York in October)

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