City Guide: Paris
A vast collection of European cheeses not too terribly far from the Tour Eiffel.
Incredible French cheeses—aged Charolais goat cheese, nutty Comté, gooey raw milk Mont d’Or in its wooden casing, Roquefort, and Brie—share space with a vast selection of international cheeses from across Europe and beyond, including English Stilton, Greek Feta, Italian Parmigiano, and Portuguese Queijo Serra da Estrella. Anne-Marie Cantin and her husband Antoine Dias also offer tasting sessions to learn about styles of cheese, their history, and how they are made, along with tips for selecting, keeping, and serving pairings.
Historic Shop / Cheese Lovers
Hours: Mondays 2 p.m.-7:30 p.m.; Tue-Sat 8:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m.; Sundays 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
Location: 7th Arrondissement
Address: 12, rue du Champs de Mars
Phone: 01 45 50 43 94
- Metro: Ecole Militaire / Tour Maubourg
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