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West Village »

Roughly 20 students learned the math and science of cheese making on their day off.

Prospect Heights »

The Prospect Heights shop, Riverdel, will also sell sandwiches, snacks and condiments, its owner said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Amy Scherber opened a shop that sells locally sourced delicacies that complement her famous bread.

Carroll Gardens »

Meatball classes, a cheese tasting and a noodle shop are heading to Court Tree Collective in January.

Midtown »

Melt Shop is opening a site at 52nd Street and 8th Avenue, just a few blocks from its other Midtown hub.

Clinton Hill »

From a barking deer to grazing goats, the city is full of curious (and cute) creatures.

Long Island City »

Dozens of cheese experts will face off this weekend at the 5th Annual Cheesemonger Invitational.

Park Slope »

Cheeses like halloumi can handle high temperatures directly on the grill without melting.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The spot, originally set to close in September, will shut down May 24.

Ditmars »

The craft beer and cheese shop will open a second store at 35-11 Ditmars Blvd. in March.

Forest Hills »

The courses are part of a fundraiser for the Compost Collective.  

Cobble Hill »

Bullet-shaped cufflinks and Dutch gouda are just a few great gifts to buy on Smith Street.

Long Island City »

Artisanal Brands will open in the Falchi Building owned by Chelsea Market developer Jamestown Properties.

Upper East Side »

Lucy's Whey will be located at 1417 Lexington Ave, at East 93rd Street. 

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The popular wine bar and market is set to leave its home at the end of September.