My husband and I went to lunch at The Cheese Course today, taking advantage of a BOGO sandwich promotion we had found in a local "coupon clipper" publication.The food is amazing. My husband had the Albacore White Tuna Melt--tuna salad with melted gruyere cheese and topped with shredded carrots and greens. I had the Tuscan Roast Vegetable sandwich--roasted eggplant zucchini, and yellow squash topped with incredibly delicious melted Pecorino Toscano cheese, red onion, and sundried tomato pesto. We both had our sandwiches on fresh whole wheat demi-baguettes. (They actually ASK when you order if you would prefer white or whole wheat, unlike most places where you have to drag it out of them that whole wheat is an option, even when it is.) Mmmmmm...!
The restaurant portion of The Cheese Course in very small, comprising the southernmost wall paralleling the service counter. The chairs are not designed for being sat in for an extensive period of time. The atmosphere is that of a European cheese shop/bistro. Most of TCC is a retail store selling upscale cheeses and wine.The cheeses all seemed way beyond my budget, but the restaurant section was actually quite reasonable considering the quality of the food and size of the sandwiches.
I can't wait to come back here again--maybe one evening for a wine and cheese course Highly recommended.
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