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7 Places In San Francisco To Get A Charcuterie Board This Easter Sunday

Sam MacKinnon | March 29, 2021 | Food & Drink Feature

These seven San Francisco shops have the perfect ingredients to make a beautiful charcuterie board that will elevate your Easter plans.

San Francisco Wine & Cheese Shop

This pinnacle of locally-sourced wine and cheese opened up back in 2016, and their selection of wines and cheeses will wow you with top-notch charcuterie. Take a seat on their back patio and enjoy a charcuterie board that is made to order this Easter Sunday; capping off the meal with a scoop of Fiorella’s Gelato will never disappoint. 141 Gough St.,

La Fromagerie Cheese Shop

A quintessentially French cheese shop is essential when discussing some of the best charcuterie in San Francisco. La Fromagerie’s extensive selection of meats, cheeses, pates and more will create an unforgettable charcuterie board. With the options to create your own or purchase a premade board, this Easter will be made all the better with La Fromagerie’s charcuterie. 101 Montgomery St.,

Union Larder

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This wine bar on Hyde Street is a charcuterie lover’s dream; their extravagant menu includes a scrumptious ghost pepper salami, rabbit terrine and a mouthwatering burrata. Dine in or order takeout from Union Larder to cultivate the ultimate Easter Sunday experience with charcuterie that you will remember for years to come. 1945 Hyde St.,

Cowgirl Creamery

Cowgirl’s enormous selection of locally crafted, handmade cheeses are what sets this shop apart from the rest. Pair one of their signature cheeses (their Mt. Tam is delectable) with a bottle of wine and a block of Olympia Provisions Loukanika to craft your own charcuterie board this Sunday. Sometimes, the joy of charcuterie comes during the process of making it, and Cowgirl Creamery provides all of the necessary goods. 1 Ferry Building No. 19,

Fatted Calf

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For all the meat lovers out there, Fatted Calf is the perfect place to craft a meat-centric charcuterie board this Easter Sunday. With a plethora of salamis, pates and confits, this shop is a perfect stop for those who focus on the meats rather than the cheese and crackers. Their duck confit paired with a Salame Toscano is better than anything you could find in an Easter egg. 320 Fell St.,

Etcetera Wine Bar

This trendy wine bar on Valencia Street has the perfect blend of ambiance and an incredible selection of wines and charcuterie boards. For anyone looking to elevate their Easter Sunday by spending it indulging on charcuterie and sipping wine in the Mission, then look no further than Etcetera. Who needs an Easter egg hunt when the day could be spent eating copious amounts of prosciutto? 795 Valencia St.,

Mission Cheese

Cheese flights, charcuterie boards and homemade pickles galore; Mission Cheese offers an incredible assortment of products that will make for a delicious Easter charcuterie board. Their Salami Plate and Chicken Liver Mousse are favorites amongst locals, and for good reason. Spend your Sunday kicking back with a local cheese and immaculate vibes. 736 Valencia St.,

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