The 7 tastiest (and most Instagram-worthy) cheese and charcuterie boards.
300 East Tremont St.
Dilworth Tasting Room opened earlier this year in a former dry goods building. Jaffer Kovic (owner) has created a welcoming, European-inspired neighborhood spot with a modern twist. They are known for their small plates and a well-curated selection of wine.
Cheese and salumi options change based on local availability (all are chosen by Chef Brett Levan).
Typical salumi offerings include prosciutto di parma, speck, chorizo, sopressata, bresaola; while cheeses categories range from soft and spreadable, semi soft and pliable, firm and hard. Charcuterie offerings come in four sizes and prices:
Small: 1 cheese, 1 salumi ($20)
Medium: 2 cheese, 2 salumi ($28)
Large: 3 cheese, 3 salumi ($40)
Grande: 4 cheese, 4 salumi ($50)
Bonus: There’s a nice koi pond on their outside patio where you can enjoy your small plates while being surrounded by greenery. Hello, relaxation.