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Cheese in Glendale and Northridge

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I want to pick up some nice cheeses, a prosciutto/cheese log, yummy bread loaves, etc, along with a few bottles of sparkling cider and wine. Stuff to bring with me to people's houses on Thanksgiving.

I live in Glendale and I work in Northridge. Any good places I can go?

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  1. In Northridge, Whole Foods at Rinaldi and Tampa has a large selection of good cheeses. Gelson's on Plummer between Tampa and Corbin also has good cheeses, but not as large of a selection as Whole Foods.

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    1. re: brandygirl

      Every cheese I've gotten at that whole Foods has been old and spoiled. I think the temp in the cooler is off.

      1. re: Diana

        I've never had a cheese problem at the Whole Foods in Glendale...then again, I always ask for a taste of the piece they cut for me. Just be nice, polite, and considerate and any cheese dude will be happy to help you with cheese.

        1. re: tatertotsrock

          it's true, many WF will let you taste. A good policy!

    2. Kinda on the high end budget-wise, but there's the Cheese Store of Silver Lake and Say Cheese, both Glendale-adjacent.

      And, of course, there's always Trader Joe's.

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      Say Cheese
      2800 Hyperion Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027

      Cheese Store of Silver Lake
      3926 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90029

      Trader Joe's
      2730 Hyperion Ave, Los Angeles, CA

      Trader Joe's
      130 N Glendale Ave, Glendale, CA

      1. Artisan Chees in Studio City is good. They have an EXCELLENT and unique toasted cheese there as well ......
        More info:
        http://artisancheesegallery.com/
        http://foodieuniverse.blogspot.com/20...

        1. Have you tried Trader Joes? They have some great cheeses and the prices are great, and they also carry artisan breads and a great selection of wines.