Cheese stores in San Francisco


La Fromagerie

More than 50 varieties of cheese from all around Europe and especially from France are sold in this typical French 'fromagerie' (cheese store) located in the Dogpatch. 

They also have fresh bread, charcuterie products, Italian pastas... 

2425 3rd street, San Francisco

101 Montgomery Street

La Fromagerie




An incredible and fantastic cheese cellar like no other in San Francisco. Every cheese you can find in an authentic cheese store in France is for sale here, not to mention some excellent American farm cheese. And if you need an advice for your cheese board, ask Laurent the friendly owner, he is a real cheese passionate who knows the ingredients and provenance of every single cheese in the cellar. 

141 Gough street, SF

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Cheese Plus.

Very good cheese from the US and around the world. You will also find charcuterie, condiments, oils & vinegars, chocolate, wine...

Monday - Saturday 10am-7 :30pm, Sunday 10am-7pm.

2001 Polk Street @ Pacific Av. Russian Hill.

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Say Cheese.

A small store right in the heart of Cole Valley. Top quality cheese, bread, wine, olives, charcuterie... You could be in France or Italy! 

Monday - Saturday 10am-7pm, Sunday 10am-5pm.

856 Cole street, Cole Valley.

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24th Street Cheese Co.

Landmark on 24th Street for Chesse-afficionados. You can even rent a raclette machine (same story at Say Cheese on Cole).

3893 24th Street

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Cowgirl Creamery Artisan Cheese.

Delicious organic cheese produced in Pont Reyes, North of San Francisco + a selection of artisan cheese from the US and Europe. 

1 Ferry building, Shop #17, Embarcadero.

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Haight Street Market

Excellent choice for local and non-local kinds of cheese. It is a real treasure on Haight Street. Don'T forget to mention you're from the neighborhood.

1530 Haight Street (between Clayton & Ashbury)

And now Gus's Community Market 2111 Harrison Street

Plus d'infos.




Great choice on both locations (18th Street and Divisadero). Everything looks, smells, is good at Bi-Rite!

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Don't forget the cheese counters of some supermarkets. Our favorite : Whole Foods (larger choice at Potrero Hills' Whole Foods), Andronicos (the woman at the Cheese department on Irving is an expert! And she is facing an amazing wines cellar!) and Trader Joe’s for easy and simple stuff and some good surprises (emmental, gruyère and they used to have raclette imported from France and Switzerland. Let's hope they will again sometimes).