If you’re like us, you like cheese with just about anything. So does The Cheese Course, a combination artisanal shop and bistro in Mizner Park stocked with more than 100 different wedges from around the world along with paired wines and other accompaniments.
Find your perfect party cheese by region (Italy, France, Spain and more) or type (fresh, bloomy rind, washed rind, blue, hard or semi-hard), or skip the shopping entirely and sit for a sampling. We enjoyed the American trio of creamy Humboldt Fog goat cheese, Rogue River Blue and triple-cream Mt. Tam (made from organic cow's milk), served with a homemade tomato pesto and sweet fig spread. The bistro menu also includes a variety of specialty salads and sandwiches—all dominantly flavored with cheeses, of course—that makes the place a favorite local dining haunt.
In addition, The Cheese Course places an emphasis on education. Cheese labels include detailed descriptions, and the shop hosts regular tasting classes. With all these offerings, we can’t help but smile and say cheese. (561-395-4354, thecheesecourse.com)