Cheese Culture

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Fort Lauderdale’s New Cheese Temple

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The wine bar: always reliable on date night.

The cheese shop: always good for picnic prep.

The wine bar/cheese shop combo: brimming with limitless potential for both.

Welcome to Cheese Culture, a European-influenced market packed with charcuterie, wine, 90 cheeses and basically any other picnicking provisions you may require—now open on Las Olas.

First of all, yes, this is in Broward. But you’ve always felt your Fort Lauderdale excursions could use less tiki bar time and more... calcium. Plus, it’s housed in a bright and airy spot that might remind you of that summer you spent lounging in the Hamptons. (Here, you’ll stay fully clothed. Probably.)

Game plan: guide that beer koozie heiress you’ve been courting to a pair of stools at the wooden bar opposite the cheese and charcuterie counter. You’ll be in good hands, as the husband-wife owners studied at the Cheese School of San Francisco (the Harvard of cheese) and consulted with members of the American Cheese Society before opening the joint. So feel free to lean on them for picks like the Barely Buzzed, an American cheese rubbed with espresso and lavender, paired with a Cigar City Maduro Brown Ale.

Beer: it’s the new wine.


Cheese Culture
813 E Las Olas Blvd
Fort Lauderdale, FL, 33031


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