Wanna take your charcuterie board from grate to un-brie-lievably delicious? We’ve got you covered — with a little help from some local spots, of course. Whether it’s for a family picnic, a get together with friends, or a date night — these six businesses have everything you need to craft an unforgettable charcuterie board.
The Mousetrap, 3323 Tates Creek Rd. | What to find there: Jams, jellies, pickled goods, crackers, and other specialty groceries.
Boone Creek Creamery, 2416 Palumbo Dr., Ste. 110 | What to find there: Cheeses and pre-made cheese platters.
Wine + Market, 486 W. Second St. | What to find there: Meats, cheeses, wine, olives, pickled goods, nuts, and other specialty groceries.
Kroger, Multiple locations | What to find there: Meats, cheeses, jams, jellies, crackers, nuts, pickled goods, olives, bread, and wine.
Stuarto’s Olive Oil Company, Multiple locations | What to find there: Olive oils and vinegars, olives, spices, and seasonings.
Fable Charcuterie + Wine, Order online | What to find there: Order a pre-made charcuterie board if you don’t have time to make one yourself.
- Dazzle your guests with this charcuterie board set that has everything you need for easy serving.
- A set of gold cheese knives.
- A set of colorful ceramic bowls for nuts, pickles, jams, and jellies.
- Don’t forget the wine. Head to one of these local spots to grab a bottle or two: Vine & Branch, Corner Wine, or a local vineyard.
If you’re a first-timer to charcuterie construction, worry not. Check out these tips on how to assemble the perfect charcuterie board.