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It’s the cheese store to end all cheese stores. A proper Hollywood legend, rivalring the likes of John Wayne, Audrey Hepburn, and the 12-foot-tall Kermit the Frog statue at Jim Henson on La Brea we can’t seem to get enough of. Open since 1967, this Beverly Hills institution is stocked with 300-500 different types of cheese (depending on the time of year), plus tons of wines, charcuterie, caviar, and truffles - many of which are sourced from local California purveyors. Have we accidentally spent $50 on a single piece of brie here, much to the shock and horror of both the shop owner and our boyfriend of the time? We’ll never tell… (absolutely yes, and we’d do it again). The Cheese Store of Beverly Hills is open for takeout-only right now. Head to their website to place an order.

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