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  • alex

    mercato has a great cheese plate. they match each cheese with a different condiment. love it.

  • http://citypaper.net/mealticket felicia

    Southwark’s Farmhouse Platter with cured meats, cheeses, honey, accompaniments like mostards and sliced fruit and bread is sooo good with a big, bitter Manhattan.

  • http://citypaper.net/mealticket felicia

    “mostardA” pardon me

  • matt

    i came here to say what Felicia said!

  • Herb

    Chicks is great, as is southwark. Even for pete’s sake has a great cheese plate. I still feel Ansil had one of the best.

  • Christian

    It was also great at the Cook/Solo/O’Shea Marigold Kitchen. Haven’t gotten a chance to get over for the new incarnation.

  • Novellamarie

    Chick’s! I love to mix and match cheese and chartucerie options

  • Michelle C.

    Sycamore in Lansdowne has great cheese, charcuterie and farmer’s plates as well!

  • Paul

    James always has the most lovely pairings with their cheese and excellent, often farmhouse cheese choices. The candied fennel with just about any goat is sublime.
    Belgian cafe makes a good go if it too.

    Ansill cheese plates sure did rock though:(

  • kelley

    Cheese plates are a definite order when on a menu for me, and I vote for Swift Half as the best.