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DTW- Restaurant with good cheese selection?

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dewardav Feb 4, 2010 01:41 PM

I was recently in New York and ate at a wine and Cheese bar. They had a great assortment of cheeses to choose from (and other foods but the cheese was the star). It was a great time for my wife and I.

Does anyone know a place in metro Detroit that would offer a good cheese list that we could do sorta small plates style?

  1. JanPrimus Feb 4, 2010 05:39 PM

    While I have yet to find a place that would satisfy my cheese flight needs (although I am gonna be hitting "Enoteca" soon)....

    I did have the Butchers Snack Board at Jolly Pumpkin and was presented with three great cheeses that are on rotation along with the Charcuterie that is coming from the upcoming Corridor Sausage Company.

    http://www.modeldmedia.com/devnews/co...

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    1. re: JanPrimus
      momskitchen Feb 8, 2010 05:23 AM

      In Ann Arbor - Zingerman's Roadhouse ... and Grange.

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      xman887 Feb 4, 2010 05:36 PM

      vinotecca in royal oak - wine bar with a small cheese assortment on their menu

      http://www.vinotecca.com/index.html

      1. rainsux Feb 4, 2010 03:24 PM

        I don't *know*. I have a hunch that if you could find 4-6 couples sharing this interest, that
        Modern Food & Spirits in Keego might consider doing something for you.

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          Jim M Feb 4, 2010 03:20 PM

          Enoteca in Detroit does this. You can get cheese "flights." Quite expensive but decent. Sort of hip atmosphere with techno music. Outdoor seating in warmer weather.

          http://www.enotecadetroit.com/

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