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Cheese shop provides gouda adventure | The Daily Texan

Austin is becoming a great little foodie city – the Daily Texan reviews a new cheese and wine establishment, Henri’s. Excerpt:

Let me preface this week’s column by admitting a potential bias that could color this week’s review: I love cheese. And wine, tangentially. But mostly cheese. From caramel-colored and creamy to sharp and a little stinky, they all invigorate my palate and excite my taste buds.

With that out of the way, let’s take a peek into Henri’s, a new cheese, wine and charcuterie shop on South Lamar Boulevard. Nestled between the highly acclaimed Barley Swine and the artisan ice cream shop Lick, Henri’s couldn’t have settled in a better location. While waiting for a table at Barley Swine, diners can wander next door and enjoy a glass of wine and sample a few cheeses, priming themselves for a night of gastronomic indulgence

full review via Cheese shop provides gouda adventure | The Daily Texan.



Marisa Vasquez | Daily Texan Staff


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