The Cheese Store of Beverly Hills, an LA institution and one of the most historic cheese stores in the country, is officially relocating and expanding to a new, 5,000-square-foot space, just a few blocks away on Santa Monica Boulevard, after 50 years at its original Beverly Drive location.  

In addition to more cheeses than the 600 already in stock and specialty products, the new location will, for the first time ever, offer a take-away menu featuring an array of sandwiches, salads and sides, as well as an expanded section that’s exclusively dedicated to Domenico’s Foods, owner Dominick DiBartolomeo’s, imported Italian specialty foods brand, which was launched at the pungent little shop years ago with the debut of homemade, sun-dried tomatoes.  

Expect fresh pastas, sauces, spreads, tapenades and other items prepared fresh on-site on display in the mezzanine section of the expansive space designed by noted architect Nicolò Bini.

“When I acquired The Cheese Store of Beverly Hills from Norbert Wabnig, my longtime mentor and the store’s previous owner, my vision was to pay homage to everything he built over the years,”  DiBartolomeo said in a statement. “This new location allows me to do just that, combining the best of the Cheese Store with the best of what the Domenico’s brand offers to create a truly unrivaled marketplace that will amaze our current customers and attract new ones. The new location will offer so much more to the community that’s supported us since day one.”

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Interior rendering (Courtesy Cheese Store of Beverly Hills)





































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