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C’est Cheese Shop Reopens

C’est Cheese has moved back into their old cheese shop in downtown Santa Barbara.  “As you all know, it’s been quite a haul & we are so thrilled to be in the final stretch of our big expansion project,” owners Michael and Kathryn Graham comment. The new shelves are filled with all kinds of great new artisan food products and the meat and wine sections offer the highest quality selection.



C’est Cheese carries over 120 different types of cheese sourced from all over the world. Also on hand is an impressive array of cured meats. From Spanish Jamon Iberico, to Mole Salame from Salumi Artisan Cured Meats in Seattle, to their own house-cured Pancetta and roast beef made from American Kobe beef.

Quality artisan foods, including local jams, truffle pates from Italy, buttery caramels from Montana, and their popular house-made marinated olive assortment are ready for you to take home and enjoy.

The wine selection is sourced from premier wine importers such as Kermit Lynch, as well as local wines from the surrounding wine country.



The new Catering Brochure includes all sorts of new delicious platters.  In addition to cheese & salumi,  other tasty options include a Mediterranean Platter with house made hummus & tzatkiki, an incredible Smoked Salmon platter as well as Tea Sandwiches.  The platters are the perfect fit for wedding & baby showers, open house receptions & cocktail parties. Click here for catering information.



“We are thrilled to announce that we will be starting up our beloved cheese classes again in September,” Michael and Kathryn state.  Classes will be held on Sunday afternoons as well as Monday evenings. The first class will focus on the incredible cheeses of the Loire Valley in France. Classes will be held in the spacious dining room of the café and afterwards you’ll be able to wander over to the cheese shop to purchase any cheeses or wines you may have particularly enjoyed during the class.  Gather up some friends for a fun evening of cheese! click here to purchase tickets



Try the chilled gazpacho made with heirloom tomatoes from the farmers’ market or a burrata salad.  Served over a bed of lightly dressed arugula, this salad highlights those same delicious heirloom tomatoes, creamy burrata cheese drizzled in Pasolivo EV olive oil & finished with a garlic crostini.

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