Dairy-free people, this one’s not for you. DTLA Cheese in Grand Central Market celebrates everyone’s favorite milk product with salads and sandwiches, but our favorite thing to do is chat with the insanely helpful staff. They’ll help you navigate their wide selection, hopefully give you more free samples than you needed to make a decision, and send you home with all the necessities to put together a cheese board that will make you feel very adult.
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