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Friday, November 7, 2014

Texas Cheese Cellar on the Way Via GauchoGourmet

Posted By on Fri, Nov 7, 2014 at 2:24 PM

click image The staff celebrates the announcement of The Texas Cheese Cellar. - COURTESY GAUCHOGOURMET
  • Courtesy GauchoGourmet
  • The staff celebrates the announcement of The Texas Cheese Cellar.

We'll be working on our Night Cheese really soon, fellow Liz Lemon fans. The folks behind GauchoGourmet (935 Isom) announced a new project on Friday afternoon. The Texas Cheese Cellar will open at 401 Pearl Pkwy inside the same complex as Stay Golden Social Social House and the upcoming Panzanella Pizzeria. 

Luciano Ciorciari, one of the owners of GauchoGourmet, said the shop will feature everything and anything involving cheeses from around the globe, the U.S. and Texas. Patrons can expect to find some wines by the glass, some beers, cheese samplers, charcuterie plates and fromage classes. 
"The architect asked what I want to see on the walls, I said cheese," Ciorciari laughed.

They hope to open The Texas Cheese Cellar (and are already shopping for a second location) by early 2015. Needless to say, we're pumped. This will be us, forever and ever: 


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