56 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·
Why locals recommend it
The people who run it are completely entrenched in the cheese world, from the farm to the cheesemaking to cooking and retail. Selections change daily, and they have a beautiful hand-carved bar. It’s a great place to meet a friend because you can linger like you’re at a coffee shop, except they serve wine and cheese. If you’re in the mood for more than just cheese, try their mac and cheese with a crispy bread-crumb topping.
Tips from locals
“Everything is so delicious” at this “cute” Mission fromagerie – from the “exceptional” American cheeses to the “awesome” pressed sandwiches to the “amazing” mac 'n' cheese – and the staff is “super-knowledgeable” about wine pairings, too; while “compact”, it's “low-key” enough that “you can…
Wine, cheese, trendy bites in San Francisco’s up-and-coming, trendy Mission district. 15 mins drive.
Great selection of wine, beer, and cheese - very friendly and knowledgable staff. Light menu (can be a meal), indoor and outdoor seating, and perfect for people watching.
They have a great selection of american cheeses from all over the country. You can enjoy a cheese sampler and drink some wine there or even ask to try a few cheeses and buy some to go! Very friendly staff!
Lovely cheeses, sandwiches and salads. Wine & beer. Sidewalk seating is great for people watching.
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