If you love the French experience of dining al fresco with fresh baguettes, wine, and all things dairy this is the place you need to go to when visiting the Seattle area.
The Cheesemonger’s Table, an artisan deli, specializes in charcuterie boards, wine, and local beer. They also sell all of the fine ingredients— local and imported— that constitute their tasty recipes: truffle oil, fig jelly, olives, balsamic oils, and capers.
You can dine on their beautifully landscaped and mosaic-encircled patio in the heart of walkable downtown Edmonds. Enjoy eating at a shaded bistro table while the shifting breeze carries the smell of saltwater to you.
There’s something satisfying about the charcuterie boards of the Cheesemonger’s Table— the thin slices of cheese, the baguette, and salami. A dollop of spreadable fig jelly.
There’s the undeniable tactile pleasure of pairing curated meats and cheeses into exciting and palate-pleasing combinations. All meals come with a side of the restaurant's signature in-house popcorn coated in savory truffle oil.
All boards come with fig jam and Marcona almonds from Spain, crusty soft bread, and (so the restaurant's literature promises) happiness. What more could you expect from a meal?
The Cheesemonger’s Table is within walking stance of Milltown Nails, Otherworlds (a boutique offering art and books), the Salish Sea Brewing Company, and Salt & Iron.
A trip to the restaurant pairs well with the nearby Cascadia Art Museum or a ride on the Edmonds ferry.