The hottest trend is charcuterie boards – they are visually appealing, healthy, shareable, and make the perfect quick, light meal. Build your own boards or try our list of go-to spots for charcuterie boards in Dallas.
Whether you’re looking for a beautiful spread for your next party, the perfect snack for a girls’ night, or just want to treat yourself, we’ve got you covered.
Amor Y Queso
At Amor Y Queso snacks are a love language. Whether you have a small group of people to feed or a group of 25, Amor Y Queso customizes your board with a variety of meats, cheeses, fresh and dried fruits, vegetables, olives, nuts, a spread (such as honey, jam, or garlic), chocolate or sweets, and crackers or bread. You can find Amor Y Queso at local events such as the Cool Thursday Concerts at the Arboretum.
Peace Love Cheese
Charcuterie boards in Dallas have become an artful way to display food and Peace Love Cheese creations will be the centerpiece of your next gathering. They can set up larger grazing tables or stations to accommodate your event no matter what the size as well as the ingredients for those with any food sensitivities. Save time and let Peace Love Cheese put together your next charcuterie board.
Thyme & Date
If you are looking for custom event charcuterie boards in Dallas, Thyme & Date can meet all your needs. Their aesthetically pleasing and delicious boards use locally resourced meat, cheese, fruit, and goodies. Their boards are available for delivery, and pickup, or can be built on location for a large grazing table for any event that looks picture perfect.
Sixty Vines is inspired by the wine country and an open kitchen. Their menu choices are eclectic and the suggested wine pairings make it a memorable, feel-good place to dine. If you are looking for something extra as charcuterie boards in Dallas go, Sixty Vines fits the bill. They have a menu of charcuterie board options with locally resourced meats and cheeses and even scratch-made cheese spreads made in-house. For a special date night or to share with your team, Sixty Vines is a treat.
Leela's Wine Bar
In Lower Greenville tonight? Head over to Leela’s Wine Bar for wines on tap, and some of the most unique charcuterie boards in Dallas. The vibe and ambiance are exactly what you need to unwind at the end of your day. Grab your crew or meet up with a new friend to experience a special connection over wine, charcuterie boards, and laughter. Note: if you don’t finish your wine bottle, they’ll cork it for you to take home.
When you think of Texas food and drinks Haywire is at the top of our list. Haywire’s Texas sourced foods down to their laser stamped cocktail ice cubes are created in Texas, by Texans. To start your dining experience, we recommend their charcuterie board filled with wild game sausages, local cheeses, seasonal house preserves, honeycomb, and crisp pickled veggies. A unique find among charcuterie boards in Texas.
In the Knox neighborhood of Dallas, Chelsea Corner has a storied history that dates back to 1926 when its building was constructed on the iconic corner of McKinney Avenue and Monticello. On their shareable menu, their charcuterie board is piled with a selection of artisan meats, cheeses, and dried fruits to feed the entire table. We also recommend the boozy brunch every weekend from 10:00am to 3:00pm with extra special craft cocktails and carafes.
Fount Board & Table
Fount is raising the bar for charcuterie boards in Dallas. Fount Board & Table is a destination eatery that specializes in grazing tables and edible experiences while also being dedicated to the local food systems. Their shop in Uptown Dallas focuses on rare and wild edibles with storied goods. Make it a special evening or book them for your event for rave reviews.
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