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The Cheese Store of Beverly Hills’ Norbert Wabnig – Los Angeles magazine

Photograph by Anya Wabnig

“Nobert Wabnig is the man behind The Cheese Store of Beverly Hills, which one could (and many do) argue is the best place to get your fromage fix in Los Angeles. Beyond a world-class cheese selection, this Beverly Hills mainstay evokes sophistication, offering a plethora of gourmet treats without the snobby air you might expect from somewhere so seemingly upscale. I still remember my first visit to the shop, when I was still a young culinary school student, and Norbert couldn’t have been more gracious with his time, knowledge, and OMG THE SAMPLES OF EVERYTHING. Now, almost a decade later, I reached out to learn a little more about the things that make his Austrian stomach happy.”

Read the conversation with Norbert via Dishing on L.A.: The Cheese Store of Beverly Hills’ Norbert Wabnig – Digest – Los Angeles magazine.

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