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Free self-guided and guided tours, free cheese samples; café, sandwiches, wraps, soups, salads, desserts and gluten free options. Peet's Coffees and Teas espresso bar, ice cream, gift shop and picnic area. Cheese, wine, gourmet food gifts. Fun, hands-on exhibits - dress like a cheesemaker, see the 'big cheese" and watch the "mooovie". Famous cheese chowder soup, cream cheese brownies and cheese pie - tastier than cheese cake. Banquet area with event catering for receptions, showers, family reunions, and parties. Visitor Center Open Mon.-Sat. 7 am-7 pm; Sunday 7 am-5 pm. Easy 4 miles off Hwy 99 in Turlock
My husband and I both ordered the ham and cheese sandwich on a pretzel roll. I can't remember what they called it but it was really good. The cashier was very friendly and of course, I left with a variety of cheeses too.
We bragged to our Texas relatives about the Cheese Company but today, when we took them for lunch there, it was a little bit of a disappointment. As usual, the facility was delightful, but our dining experience didn’t go well. First, service was slow, although...More
We took the grandkids here for the ice cream tour. It was really good. They had different stations for the kids to learn stuff about cows and cheese making. Then they got to shake and make ice cream.
We also had lunch a nice lunch...More
Visited here on the drive from San Fran to Yosemite. We had a turkey and apple sandwich and a bacon with avocado flatbread, both with cheese chowder, which I'd recommend, though my partner's was of a thicker and less pleasant consistency than mine. Took a...More
I've been here a few times but don't think I've ever reviewed it. They have a good varitey of lunches to choose from. Many cheeses to pruchase, some from other cheese makers. My favorites are still their very own produced there.
As the title says, what more could you ask for---than good food at a small cafe, cheese samples, attentive service, and a fun gift selection. Before we ate, our tour group even got an informative tour around part of the company's grounds.
Sadly on the day we visited, most of the exhibit was closed as it was undergoing maintenance work, and we couldn't go upstairs to see the giant cheese. The shop was nice and there were lots of samples to try, but it was a shame...More
If you like cheese this is your kind of place for free samples of all kinds of cheeses! Also a nice presentation on milk and cheese production. The cafe in the visitor center has some fantastic offerings for lunch, and of course mostly with cheese....More