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A cheese shop grows in Brooklyn

Photographs: Clara Inés Schuhmacher

Photographs: Clara Inés Schuhmacher

Alana and her sister Erin hail from the Florida panhandle, near Alabama, but they’ve lived on Lorimer Street in Williamsburg for over 10 years. A little under a month ago, they opened Campbell Cheese & Grocery. The corner store, with its blue awnings and white tile, is a beautiful shop whose offerings reflect where the Campbell sisters come from, where they’ve made their home, and the places they’ve been in between.

“We’ve always wanted to open a business together, and we love food, and we felt like this is what the neighborhood needed,” noted Alana. “We’ve talked about [opening a business] our whole lives—we played store when we were little, and here we are!” She gestured down the block and laughed, “I can actually see the store from my window!”

via Campbell Cheese & Grocery Opens in Williamsburg, Selling Brooklyn and Southern Specialties | Serious Eats : New York.

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